- Performer:Benjamin Milburn
- Title:You Can Be Free: A Song for America
- Date of release:2002
- Size FLAC version1833 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1996 megabytes
- Size WMA version1134 megabytes
- Formats:FLAC AHX AC3 MIDI MPC APE
Milburn was a polished pianist and performer and in 1946 attracted the attention of a woman who arranged a recording session with Aladdin Records in Los Angeles. Milburn's relationship with Aladdin lasted eight years, during which he recorded more than 75 sides. Milburn's final recording was for an album by Johnny Otis in 1972, after Milburn had been impaired by a stroke. Otis played the left-hand piano parts for his enfeebled old friend. Milburn had a second stroke, which caused circulatory problems resulting in the amputation of a leg. He died soon after, of a third stroke, at the age of 52.
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CreditsBenjamin Milburn - Primary Artist
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