Various, Moses Moon - Movement Soul, Sounds Of The Freedom Movement In The South, 1963-1964 album
Title: Movement Soul, Sounds Of The Freedom Movement In The South, 1963-1964
Date of release: 1980
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Size FLAC: 1478 mb
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Songs played a large role in the movement to close the racial divide in America during the 1960s, and prayers, chants, sermons, and shouts were also fundamental to this task. This album features clips of these cries for freedom heard across the southern states of Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and the District of Columbia.
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Songs played a large role in the movement to close the racial divide in America during the 1960s, and prayers, chants, sermons, and shouts were also fundamental to this task.
Alabama Christian Movement Human Rights Birmingham Movement Assasination of Jonathan Daniels Freedom Rides, 1961 Lowndes County Freedom Organization (LCFO) Jimmy Lee Jackson Murdered Autherine Lucy vs University of Alabama Viola Luizzo Murder Montgomery Bus Boycott Rosa Parks Selma Voting Rights Campaign & March to Montgomery Fred Shuttlesworth Tuskegee Merchant Boycott. Art Depicting the Freedom Movement See Freedom Movement Related Art. Atlanta Movement. Atlanta Sit-ins, 1960 (CRMVet) SNCC Meets Kenyan Freedom Fighter in Atlanta, 1963 (CRMVet) Atlanta Sit-ins & Mass Arrests, 1964 (CRMVet). Atlanta in the Civil Rights Movement (Atlanta Higher Education) Atlanta University District (National Park Service) Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States (New Georgia Encyclopedia) Sit-ins: Atlanta, Ga.
Movement Soul (LP, 180). Movement Soul - Live Recordings Of Songs And Sayings From The Freedom Movement In The Deep South (LP, Album).
Undoubtedly, the sounds most closely identified with the Civil Rights Movement are those of people singing-in the face of fear, in the face of uncertainty, and in the face of triumph. Singing rang out as the unifying chord of the Movement. However, chants, sermons, and meetings were just as unifying as freedom songs. Moses Moon, formerly Alan Ribback, a self-proclaimed "audio man" must have understood this. In 1962, he left his post as owner of the Chicago folk club, The Gate of Horn, and went south to record the revolutionary activity he encountered. Accompanying Student Nonviolent.
The Free Speech Movement (FSM) was a massive, long-lasting student protest which took place during the 1964–65 academic year on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley. The Movement was informally under the central leadership of Berkeley graduate student Mario Savio. Other student leaders include Jack Weinberg, Michael Rossman, George Barton, Brian Turner, Bettina Aptheker, Steve Weissman, Michael Teal, Art Goldberg, Jackie Goldberg, and others.
|A1||Songs, Sermons, Shouts, Prayers, Testimony||21:04|
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