Across the Great Divide

Across the Great Divide – January 20, 2019

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Playlist

Music among friends. Folk and acoustic music. Singer/songwriters. Familiar songs and the New from home and across the sea. Stories of Life, Struggle, and Humor. Hosted by Kevin Vance.

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Kate WolfAcross The great DivideWeaver of VisionsRhino
Sweet Honey In The RockWe Who Believe In FreedomBreathsFlying Fish
Freedom SingersFreedom MedleyVoices of the Civil Rights MovementSmithsonian Folkways
Rhiannon GiddensAt The Purchasers OptionFreedom HighwayNonesuch
Betty Mae FikesIf You Miss Me From the back of the BusVoices of the Civil...Smithsonian Foilkways
Mavis StaplesDown In MississippiWe'll NeverTurn BackAnti-
Rhiannon GiddensBirmingham SundayFreedom HighwayNonesuch
SNCC Freedom Singers led by Emory HarrisWe'll Never Turn BackVoice of the Civil Rights MovementSmithsonian Folkways
Laura Love with Orville JohnsonWe Shall Not Be Moved / Stayed On FreedomThe Sweeter The JuiceOctoroon Biography
singers in Albany Georgia 1961-62Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me AroundSing For FreedomSmithsonian Folkways
Joss StoneEyes On The PrizeSoundtrack for a Revolution e one Blacksmith
Willie PeacockGet On Board ChildrenVoices of the Civil Rights MovementSmithsonian Folkways
Mavis Staples99 and 1/2 per cent won't doWe'll Never Turn BackAnti-
singers in Albany Georgia 1961-62I Woke Up This Morning With My Mind On FreedomSing For FreedomSmithsonian Folkways
Sweet Honey In The RockStudy War No MoreBreathsFlying Fish
Willie PeacockCalypso FreedomVoices of the Civil Rights MovementSmithsonian Folkways
Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritiage ChoirI'll Fly AwaySay Yo BusinessEarthBeat!
Rhiannon GiddensWe Could FlyFreedom HighwayNonesuch
Fannie Lou HamerGo Tell It On The MountainVoices of The Civil Rights MovementSmithsonian Folkways
Nina SimoneTo Be Young Gifted and BlackNina Simone: AnthologyRCA/BMG Heritiage
singers in Atlanta Georgia in 1964, recorded by Guy Carawan and Theo BikelBrown BabySing For FreedomSmithsonian Folkways
Mavis StaplesMy Own EyesWe'll Never Turn Backanti
OdettaAll The Pretty HorsesSay Yo BusinessEarthbeat!
singers in Atlanta Georgia in 1964, recorded by Guy Carawan and Theo BikelThis Little LightSing For FreedomSmithsonian Folkways
CORE Freedom SingersGet Your Rights JackVoices of the Civil Rights MovementSmithsonian
Nina SimoneMississippi GodamnNina Simone AnthologyRCA
Aretha FranklinRespectThe Very Best of A F the '60sThinoi

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