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Soul Of The Movement: Meditations On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Soul Of The Movement: Meditations On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Marcus Shelby
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Marcus Shelby

Label: Porto Franco Records
Released: 2011
Views: 994

Track Listing

There is a Balm in Gilead; Amen; Emmett Til (Bobo); Black Cab; Fables of Faubus; We Shall Overcome; Trouble on the Bus (Freedom Ride); Birmingham (Project C); Go Tell It On The Mountain; We're A Winner; Memphis (I am a Man); Take My Hand Precious Lord.


Personnel

Marcus Shelby
bass, acoustic

Additional Personnel / Information

Marcus Shelby: acoustic bass, conductor; Gabe Eaton: alto saxophone; Marcus Stephens: alto saxophone; Sheldon Brown: clarinet, tenor saxophone; Evan Francis: flute, tenor saxophone; Fil Lorenz: baritone saxophone; Joel Behrman: trombone; Rob Ewing: trombone; Mike Rinta: trombone; Louis Fasman: trumpet; Scott Englebright: trumpet; Mike Olmos: trumpet; Darren Johnston: trumpet; Mark Wright: trumpet; Adam Shulman: piano; Sista Kee: piano; Matt Clark: B3 organ; Jeff Marrs: drums, percussion, vocals; Faye Carol: vocals; Jeanine Anderson: vocals; Kenny Washington: vocals; Howard Wiley: soprano saxophone (11), tenor saxophone (10, 12).


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