The Social Power Of Music

The Social Power Of Music
VARIOUS ARTISTS
The Social Power Of Music
4 CD + 124page Book
Smithsonian Folkways
Release datum: 22 februari 2019
€ 75

Disc: 1

  1. We Shall Overcome – The Freedom Singers
  2. This Land Is Your Land- Woody Guthrie
  3. De Colores ([made] Of Colors)- Baldemar Velásquez, Aguila Negra
  4. Union Maid- Bobbie Mcgee
  5. If I Had A Hammer- Pete Seeger
  6. Reclaim The Night-Peggy Seeger
  7. Estoy Aquí (I Am Here)-Quetzal
  8. Deportees (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos)-Sammy Walker
  9. We Are The Children-Chris Kando IIjima, Joanne Nobuko Miyamoto, Charlie Chin
  10. I Woke Up This Morning-Fannie Lou Hamer
  11. I Feel Like I’m Fixin’ To Die-Country Joe Mcdonald
  12. El Pobre Sigue Sufriendo (The Poor Keep On Suffering)-Andrés Jiménez
  13. Ballad Of The Era-Kristin Lems
  14. Where Have All The Flowers Gone?-Pete Seeger
  15. Blowing In The Wind-The New World Singers
  16. Quihubo Raza (What’s Happening, People)-Agustín Lira And Alma
  17. Solidarity Forever-Joe Glazer
  18. Joe Hill-Paul Robeson
  19. Joaquin Murrieta-Rumel Fuentes
  20. Which Side Are You On?-The Almanac Singers
  21. Legal/Illegal-Ewan Maccoll, Peggy Seeger
  22. It Isn’t Nice-Barbara Dane, The Chambers Brothers

Disc: 2

  1. Amazing Grace-The Old Regular Baptists
  2. Come By Here-Barbara Dane, The Chambers Brothers
  3. Will The Circle Be Unbroken-The Strange Creek Singers
  4. Peace In The Valley-The Paramount Singers
  5. Many Eagle Set Sun Dance Song-The Pembina Chippewa Singers
  6. Zuni Rain Dance-Members Of Zuni Pueblo
  7. Calvary-Shape-Note Singers At Stewart’s Chapel
  8. Northfield-The Old Harp Singers Of Eastern Tennessee
  9. The Call To Prayer / Adhan-Ahmad Al Alawi
  10. Zikr (Excerpt)-Sheikh Xhemail Shehu, Members Of The Prizren Rifa’i Tekke
  11. Buddhist Chants And Prayers-Tu Huyen, Hai Phat, Tam Thu, Hai Dat
  12. Kol Nidre-Cantor Abraham Brun
  13. Dayeinu-Raasche, Alan Mills
  14. Night Chant-Sandoval Begay
  15. Hark, Hark-Carolers From The Black Bull, Ecclesfield, Uk
  16. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot-The Princely Players
  17. The Old Rugged Cross-The Paschall Brothers
  18. Madre De Dolores (Mother Of Sorrows)-Hermanos De La Morada De Nuestra Señora De Dolores Del Alto
  19. San Miguel (Saint Michael)-Francia Reyes
  20. I’ll Fly Away-Rose Maddox

Disc: 3

  1. Party Down At The Blue Angel Club-Clifton Chenier And His Red Hot Louisiana Band
  2. San Antonio Rose-Los Reyes De Albuquerque
  3. Jolie Blonde (Pretty Blonde)-Austin Pitre
  4. Shake Your Moneymaker-John Littlejohn
  5. Beer-Drinking Polka-Flaco Jiménez, Max Baca
  6. In Heaven There Is No Beer-The Goose Island Ramblers
  7. Sam (Get Down)-Sam Brothers Five
  8. Olden Slippers / The Butterfly Whirl-Lester Bradley And Friends
  9. Sligo Indians / Paddy Clancy’s / Larry Redican’s / The Rambling Pitchfork-Tony Demarco
  10. La Entrega De Los Novios (The Delivery Of The Newlyweds)-Lorenzo Martínez
  11. Rock Dance Song (Cree/Metis)-The Pembina Chippewa Singers
  12. Pow Wow Song-Chippewa Nation
  13. Mary Mack-Lilly’s Chapel School, Alabama
  14. Johnny Cuckoo-Janie Hunter And Children At Home
  15. Rooster Call-John Henry Mealing And Group
  16. Joy To The World-Elizabeth Mitchell
  17. Oylupnuv Obrutch (The Broken Hoop Song) -The Golden Gate Gypsy Orchestra
  18. Liberty Funeral March-The Liberty Brass Band
  19. Junkanoos #1-Key West Junkanoo Band
  20. The Star Spangled Banner-Unknown Orchestra
  21. Mardi Gras Medley (Excerpt)-Rebirth Jazz Band

Disc: 4

  1. Viva La Quince Brigada (Long Live The 15th Brigade)-Pete Seeger
  2. Bella Ciao (Goodbye Beautiful) -Singers Of The “bella Ciao” Production Of Spoleto
  3. A Desalambrar (Tear Down The Fences)-Expresión Joven
  4. Muato Mua N’gola (Women Of Angola)-Lilly Tchiumba
  5. Un Gigante Que Despierta (An Awakening Giant)-Luis Godoy, Grupo Mancotal
  6. Hasret (Longing)-Melike Demira 11f
  7. Prisioneros Somos (We Are All Prisoners) -Suni Paz
  8. Funeral Do Lavrador (Funeral Of A Worker) -Zelia Barbosa
  9. Izakunyatheli Afrika Verwoerd (Africa Is Going To Trample On You, Verwoerd)-South African Refugees In Tanganyika
  10. The Boy With The Sunlit Smile-Mikis Theodorakis
  11. Hidup Di Bui (Life In Jail)-Gambang Kromong Slendang Betawi, Kwi Ap
  12. Man And Buffalo (Kon Gap Kwai)-Caravan
  13. Why Need We Cry?-Cantor Abraham Brun
  14. El Palomo (The Dove)-Grupo Raíz
  15. Hvem Sidder Dér Bag Skærmen (The Roadmaker)-Inger Nielsen
  16. Mon’ Etu Ua Kassule-Musician Supporters Of The Mpla
  17. Le Temps Des Cerises (Cherry Blossom Time) -Yves Montand
  18. Chongsun Arirang-Singer From Central Korea
  19. The Passport-Marcel Khalifé
  20. Inno Della Resistenza (Hymn Of The Resistance)-Choir Of Fln Fighters

 

Music has the power to bring people together from parties to protests to prayer, music is a powerful catalyst for celebration, for change, and for a sense of community. Through making music together, we become bigger than ourselves. Whether singing with our families and friends or with thousands of strangers in an arena, music transforms lives, engages individuals, and connects local and global communities. The social power of music chronicles the vivid, impassioned, and myriad ways in which music binds, incites, memorializes, and moves groups of people. This richly illustrated 124-page book, with 80+ tracks on 4 CD’s, invites listeners into musical practices, episodes, and movements throughout the USA And beyond. These songs of struggle, devotion, celebration, and migration remind us that music has the potential to change our world. The social power of music looks at this music through four different perspectives.: Disc 1: Songs of struggle channels the visceral power of the fight for civil rights. Disc 2: Sacred sounds, presents music from many religions and spiritual practices. Disc 3: Social songs and gatherings shows how we use music to come together, often in celebration Disc 4: Global movements looks to the use of roots music in key political movements around the world, tapping into anti-fascist verses, odes to the working class, and polemics against governmental corruption and violence.