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The Movement Revisited

Label: Mack Avenue Records
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Overture The Movement Revisited; Sister Rosa Prologue; Sister Rosa; Rosa Introduces Malcolm; Brother Malcolm Prologue; Brother Malcolm; Malcolm Introduces Ali; Ali Speaks; Rumble In The Jungle; Rosa Introduces MLK; Soldiers (I Have A Dream); A View From The Mountaintop; Apotheosis November 4th 2008.

Personnel

Steve Wilson
Steve Wilson

saxophone, alto

Todd Bashore
Todd Bashore

saxophone, alto

Ron Blake
Ron Blake

saxophone

Carl Maraghi
Carl Maraghi

saxophone, baritone

Michael Dease
Michael Dease

trombone

Steve Davis
Steve Davis

trombone

James Burton

trombone

Doug Purviance
Doug Purviance

trombone

Lew Soloff
Lew Soloff

trumpet

Ron Tooley

trumpet

Frank Greene

trumpet

Darryl Shaw

trumpet

Warren Wolf
Warren Wolf

vibraphone

Geoffrey Keezer
Geoffrey Keezer

keyboards

Additional Personnel / Information

J.D. Steele: lead vocals (9, 12); Alicia Olatuja: lead vocals (6); Sonia Sanchez: narration; Vondie Curtis-Hall: narration; Dion Graham: narration; Wendell Pierce: narration. Voices Of The Flame: Marvel Allen, Shani P. Baker, Jeffrey S. Bolding, Jeff Hamer, Susann Miles, Deborah Newallo, Eunice Newkirk, Claudine Rucker, Trevor Smith, Melissa Walker.


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