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Various Artists - Living the Dream: A Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. album mp3

Various Artists - Living the Dream: A Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. album mp3
Contemporary Gospel,Contemporary R&B,Gospel,Soul,Black Gospel,Club/Dance,New Jack Swing,Quiet Storm,Urban
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    Various Artists
  • Title:
    Living the Dream: A Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
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  • Style:
    Contemporary Gospel,Contemporary R&B,Gospel,Soul,Black Gospel,Club/Dance,New Jack Swing,Quiet Storm,Urban
  • Date of release:
    March 24, 1998
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    1694 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1568 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1417 megabytes
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6. It Was All a Dream.

Опубликовано: 13 окт. 2015 г. Provided to YouTube by CDBaby. I Have a Dream (Tribute to Martin Luther King, J. · Unu Mondo.

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I Have a Dream" is a public speech that was delivered by American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963, in which he called for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in the United States. Delivered to over 250,000 civil rights supporters from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, . the speech was a defining moment of the civil rights movement and among the most iconic speeches in American history.

Artists: D. Norwood & D. Mallory with The Norwood Singers & The . D. Norwood with The Norwood Singers & The . 0 Spirit - Holy Spirit 1:42 The Motivations & J. Kinchen A Musical Tribute To Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 0 The Motivations & J. Kinchen. The Motivations & J. Yes I Know Jesus 3:46 D. Harper & The . Mass Choir, F. Frierson A Musical Tribute To Dr. 0 Yes I Know Jesus 3:46 D. Kibble, Rev. Perry - A Tribute To Dr. b. Tribute ( Excerpts From The "I Have A Dream") 04:40. Rev. James Cleveland with The . Mass Choir - He That Believeth 04:03.

Producers: Full Force, . Moore, Robert Ford Jr. I've Been to the Mountain Top. Free at Last.

Larry Rowland as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Act I. It’s April 4, 1968. Dr. King has just been shot and is losing consciousness at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Memphis. Parker moves us through some motifs representative of various African-American musical traditions fluidly, accenting each with texts that might ring true of the eras they were inspired by, recalling the widely held perspective amongst free jazzers that we should equate the freedom of political expression and civil rights advocacy with afrocentric, free improvised music (a perspective, perhaps popularized by artists like the. Last Poets, Gil Scott Heron, Sun Ra and even Sonny Rollings and Billie Holiday).

Those words, delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963, continue to resonate 50 years after the death of the pastor and civil rights activist.

Nina Simone: ‘Why (The King Of Love Is Dead)’ (1968). We want to do a tune written for today, for this hour, for Dr Martin Luther King. James Taylor’s gentle and stirring tribute to King was inspired by his desire to honour a 20th-century titan. Taylor said: To me, King is really one of the central heroes, you know, just in our time, a real exceptional, rare person who contributed the right things at the right time. You know, I think my parents, they led me into an awareness of what was going on.


K. Anderson - Composer
Dave Atkinson - Composer, Producer
Erykah Badu - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Regina Belle - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Blackstreet - Performer, Primary Artist
Mary J. Blige - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
LaTonya Blige-DaCosta - Composer
Kevin Bond - Producer
Alain Boublil - Composer
The Boys Choir of Harlem - Performer, Primary Artist
Greg Brown - Composer
Jocelyn Brown - Composer
Juanita Carter - Composer
Dave Cintron - Producer
David Conley - Producer
Benny Diggs - Composer
Bill Esses - Producer
Fa Sho - Primary Artist
Aretha Franklin - Performer, Primary Artist, Producer
Kirk Franklin - Composer, Producer
God's Property - Performer, Primary Artist
Andy Goldmark - Associate Producer, Composer
Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez - Composer, Producer
Kathleen Hale - Compilation Producer
Kathleen Hale - Producer
Eric Hicks - Composer, Producer
L.T. Hutton - Composer, Producer
Immature - Performer, Primary Artist
Brion James - Composer
P. Jones - Composer
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Composer, Primary Artist
Herbert Kretzmer - Composer
Patti LaBelle - Executive Producer, Performer, Primary Artist
L.O. Life - Primary Artist
Mourou Jean Claude J. Lucchetti - Composer
Ty Macklin - Composer
Theresa Malham - Digital Compilation
Mark Middleton - Composer
Monifah - Performer, Primary Artist
Jean-Marc Natel - Composer
Nuyorican Soul - Performer, Primary Artist
Shaquille O'Neal - Performer, Primary Artist
Rahsaan Patterson - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
George R. "Golden Fingers" Pearson - Producer
Richard Perry - Producer
Les Pierce - Composer
Poke & Tone - Producer
Bob Power - Producer
Madeline Randolph - Executive Producer
Lionel Richie - Composer
Teddy Riley - Composer, Producer
Bruce Robert - Associate Producer
Bruce Roberts - Composer
Claude-Michel Schönberg - Composer
Tommy Sims - Composer, Producer
Ross Sloan - Composer
Chris Stokes - Composer
Little Louie Vega - Composer
Ken Wilson - Executive Producer
Bobby Wooten - Producer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I Have a Dream Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 0:44
2 Living the Dream L.T. Hutton Fa Sho 4:47
3 You Are the Only One Greg Brown / Kirk Franklin God's Property 6:47
4 Jesus Is Love Lionel Richie The Boys Choir of Harlem / Monifah 6:33
5 We Have Also Come to This Hallowed Spot... Martin Luther King, Jr. 1:04
6 It Was All a Dream Dave Atkinson / Ross Sloan Shaquille O'Neal 4:44
7 Happy Song (Tonite) K. Anderson / Mark Middleton / Teddy Riley / Tommy Sims Blackstreet 5:40
8 Keep Your Head LaTonya Blige-DaCosta / Mary J. Blige Mary J. Blige 3:49
9 Joy Rahsaan Patterson / Les Pierce Rahsaan Patterson 2:51
10 I Still Have a Dream... Martin Luther King, Jr. 1:40
11 It's Alright, I Feel It! Jocelyn Brown / Benny Diggs / Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez / Little Louie Vega Nuyorican Soul 3:25
12 Gotta Maintain P. Jones L.O. Life 3:57
13 Don't Ever Say Never Juanita Carter / Brion James / Chris Stokes Immature 4:22
14 With This Faith... Martin Luther King, Jr. 0:45
15 Oh, People Andy Goldmark / Bruce Roberts Patti LaBelle 4:23
16 So, Let Freedom Ring... Martin Luther King, Jr. 0:46
17 Drama Erykah Badu / Ty Macklin Erykah Badu 6:03
18 You Make Me Smile Regina Belle / Eric Hicks Regina Belle 4:06
19 When We Let Freedom Ring... Martin Luther King, Jr. 0:35
20 I Dreamed a Dream Alain Boublil / Herbert Kretzmer / Mourou Jean Claude J. Lucchetti / Jean-Marc Natel / Claude-Michel Schönberg Aretha Franklin 4:18