Martin Luther King, Jr.; Clayborne Carson; Peter Holloran; Kris Shepard; Hachette Audio (Firm); BBC Audiobooks America.
Release date supplied by publisher.
Recording originally produced by Hachette Audio, p2010.
In container (17 cm.).
|描述：||15 sound discs (16 hr., 16 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|内容：||Discs 1-7: A call to conscience. Introduction (written and read by Andrew Young) --
The address to the first Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA) mass meeting (introduction written by Rosa Louise Parks and read by Mrs. Coretta Scott King) --
The birth of a new nation (introduction written and read by Reverend Leon H. Sullivan) --
Give us the ballot (introduction written and read by the Honorable Walter E. Fauntroy) --
Address at the Freedom Hall rally in Cobo Hall (introduction written by Aretha and Erma Franklin and read by Yolanda King) --
I have a dream (introduction written and read by Dr. Dorothy I. Height) --
Eulogy for the young victims of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing (introduction written and read by the Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth) --
Acceptance address for the Nobel Peace Prize (introduction written by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and read by Martin Luther King III) --
Address at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery march (introduction written and read by Representative John Lewis) --
Beyond Vietnam (introduction written and read by Ambassador George McGovern) --
Where do we go from here? (introduction written and read by Senator Edward M. Kennedy) --
I've been to the mountaintop (introduction written and read by Andrew Young).
|其他题名：||Essential box set
Landmark speeches and sermons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
|责任：||edited by Clayborne Carson, Peter Holloran, and Kris Shepard.|
For the first time ever, twenty-four original recordings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., from his iconic "I Have A Dream" speech to his stirring sermon "A Knock At Midnight," are collected together in this treasured set. His landmark speeches that echoed around the world and the more intimate sermons from the churches where he carried out his ministry are just as moving and meaningful today as they were when the great orator first expressed them.