A38) CBS-CB86045 / CBS-Sony-25AP-1581 Turn The World Around
1977, 33 rpm LP

Vocals: Harry Belafonte
Duet with Falumi Prince (8)
Musical Director & Keyboard, Dom Salvador
Guitar: Keith Loving , Scott Kuney, Jorge Renan
Percussion: Thelmo M. Porto, Nana, Dom-Um Romao
Conga/Bongo: Steve Thornton
Keyboard: Brian Moore
Drums: Michael Tobas
Bass: Francisco Centeno
Harp: Gloria Agostini
Flute/Alto Sax: Mauricio Smith, Hal Archer
Trombone: Leopoldo Pineda, Jose Rodrigues
Tuba: Howard Johnson
Trumpet: Danny Cahn, Fred Jacobs
Alto Sax: Babe Clarke
Singers:
Larry Campbell, Vivian C. Cherry, Melvin Edmonston, Babi B. Floyd, Frank Floyd,
Lani Groves, Milton Grayson, Hilda Harris, Pamela Kordon, Yvonne Lewis,
Yolanda Mc Collough, Randy Peyton, Albertine Robinson, Maeretha A. Stewart,
Gloria Turner, Betty Volenec, Arthur Williams
Soloist / Percussion: Falumi Prince
Vocal Arrangements: Coldridg-Taylor Perkinson
Sound Engineer: Kurt Munkacsi
Mixer: Vishek Woszczyk
Photos: Eric Meola / Design: Ed Lee
Producer: Harry Belafonte

01) Marching To The Fair (5:44)
02) Auntie Mary (4:32)
03) Olga (3:48)
04) Goin' Down Jordan (5:34)
05) Sunbird (4:05)
06) New York Taxi (5:38)
07) Can't Cross Over (4:44)
08) A Hole In The Bucket (8:46)
09) Turn The World Around (4:28)


Note:-
I will be forever grateful to my good friend Jan Ejlertsen for making his spare copy of Turn The World Around available to me. This album was recorded in the USA but for the overseas market. Consequently many of us in North America only became aware of its existence when it was already out of print.

A39. Columbia-FC-37489 Loving You Is Where I Belong
1981, 33 rpm LP

Vocals: Harry Belafonte
Executive Producer: Harry Belafonte
Producers: John Cartwright, Bob Freedman
Musical Director: Richard Cummings
Recording and Mixing Engineer: David Belafonte
Assisted by Edmund Orsorio, Wayne Yurhelum
Recorded at Soundworks, New York and Powerstation, New York
Basic Arrangements: Harry Belafonte and Richard Cummings
Orchestrations by Richard Cummings, Bob Freedman
Concert Masters: Gene Orloff, David Nadien
Solos by:
Don Brooks, Harmonica
Ross Levinson, Violin
John Beal, Acoustic Bass
Arthur Williams, Vocals
Photography: Les Underhill
Design: Phyllis H. B.

01) Something To Hold Onto (3:55)
02) Mary Makes Magic (5:58)
03) The Rose (4:20)
04) I Told You (4:05)
05) Streets Of London (5:03)
06) Loving You Is Where I Belong (4:25)
07) Forever Young / Jabulani (4:16)
08) I Don't Need Her (5:03)
09) Did You Know (3:44)
10) Genuine Imitation Life (4:35)

Musician Credits:

1) Acoustic Piano and Strings: Richard Cummings
Guitars: Dan Carillo, Jay Berliner
Acoustic Bass: John Beal
Drums: Brian Brake

2) Keyboards: Richard Cummings
Guitars: Dan Carillo, Jay Berliner
Bass: Francisco Centano
Drums: Chris Parker
Vocal Duet: Arthur Williams
Vocal Arrangement: Carl Maultsby
Violin Solo: Ross Levinson
Harmonica Solo: Don Brooks

3) Keyboard and Vocal Arrangement: Richard Cummings
Guitars: Dan Carillo, Jay Berliner
Acoustic Bass: John Beal
Drums: Brian Brake

4) Acoustic Piano: Richard Cummings
Guitars: Dan Carillo, Gene Bertoncini
Cavaquingo: Jose Neto
Bass: John Cartwright
Drums: Chris Parker
Concertmaster: David Nadien
Strings: Bob Freedman

5) Acoustic Piano: Richard Cummings
Guitars: Dan Carillo, Jay Berliner
Acoustic Bass: John Cartwright
Drums: Chris Parker
Concertmaster: David Nadien
Strings and Vocals, Vocal Arrangement: Bob Freedman

6) Acoustic Piano and Strings: Richard Cummings
Guitars: Jay McGeehan, Jose Neto
Bass: Sal Cuevas
Drums: Chris Parker
Concertmaster: Gene Orloff
Vocal Arrangement: Caiphus Semenya

7) Keyboards: Richard Cummings
Guitar: Hyram Bullock
Drums: Brian Brake
Saxophone and Pennywhistles: Morris Goldberg
Vocals by: Caiphus Semenya
Percussion: Steve Thornton
Vocal Arrangement: Bob Freedman

8) Acoustic Piano: Richard Cummings
Guitars: Dan Carillo, Gene Bertoncini
Bass: John Cartwright
Drums: Chris Parker
Concertmaster: David Nadien
Strings, Horns and Vocals: Bob Freedman

9) Acoustic Piano: Richard Cummings
Guitar: Dan Carillo
Bass: John Cartwright
Concertmaster: David Nadien
Strings: Bob Freedman

10) Synthesizer: Richard Cummings
Guitars: Dan Carillo, Gene Bertoncini
Bass: John Cartwright
Drums: Chris Parker
Percussion: Steve Thornton

A40. EMI Capitol-EI-46971 Paradise In Gazankulu
1988, 33 rpm LP

Vocals: Harry Belafonte
Executive Producer: Harry Belafonte
Produced by Hilton Rosenthal
Arranged and Conducted by Richard Cummings
Backing Tracks Recorded at Powerhouse Studios, Johannesburg
Engineer: Peter Thwaites
Assistant Engineer: Fernando Perdigao, Bobby Summerfield
Linn Drum Programming: Hilton Rosenthal and Bobby Summerfield
Synthesizer Programming: Bobby Summerfield
Overdubs Recorded at Capitol Studios, L.A., Evergreen Studios, N.Y., MRC Studios, N.Y.
Engineers: Charlie Paakkari, David Belafonte, Bobby Summerfield,
Stefan Ben-Ben, Hahn, Billy Straus, Scott Ansell
Assistant Engineers: Larry Walsh, Chris Rudy, Tom Lewis, Ellen Fitton
Mixed at Capitol Studios, L.A.
Engineers: Bobby Summerfield, Charlie Paakkari
Assistant Engineer: Peter Doell
Mastered at / by Bernie Grundman
Art Direction: Henry Marquez
Design: Carol Chen
Photography: Chris Callis
South African Photography: Suzette Abbot

01) We Are The Wave (3:32)
02) Paradise In Gazankulu (4:29)
03) Skin To Skin (4:26)
04) Amandla (4:05)
05) Kwela (Listen To The Man) (3:53)
06) Monday To Monday (4:14)
07) Global Carnival (3:42)
08) Capetown (3:59)
09) Sisiwami (Sweet Sister) (4:49)
10) Move It (4:56)

Musician Credits:

1) with The Soul Brothers
Keyboards: Moses "Crocodile" Ngwenya, Hilton Rosenthal
Guitar: Maxwell "China" Mngadi
Drums: Bongani Nxele
Bass Guitar: Sicelo Ndlela
Saxophones: Lemmy "Special" Mabaso
Backing Vocals: David Masondo & The Angels: Marilyn Nokwe, Tu Nokwe, and Jean Madubane
Percussion: Youssou Ndour, Babakar Meaye, Assane Thiam, Alex Acuna

2) with Obed Ngobeni
Keyboards: Hilton Rosenthal, Richard Cummings
Guitar: Obed Ngobeni, Jose Neto
Percussion: Babakar Mbaye, Neil Clarke, Chi Sharpe
Bass Guitar: Thembile Michael, Masoka
Saxophones: Morris Goldberg
Backing Vocals: Grace Ngobeni, John Cartwright, Jane Ngobeni, Sharon Brooks,
Selina Khosa, Deborah Sharp, Ronnie Martin, Debbie Malone, and Ty Stevens
Conducted by John Cartwright

3) Duet with Jennifer Warnes
Keyboards: Richard Cummings
Bass Guitar: Denny Laloutte
Guitar: Alistair Coakley
Percussion: Alex Acuna

4) with Abakwenyana
Keyboards: Mduduzi Mlangeni, Richard Cummings
Guitar: "Stompie" Themba Dlamini
Bass Guitar: Christopher Dlathu
Percussion: Youssou Ndour, Babakar Mbaye, Assane Thiam

5) Featuring the Makgona Tshole Band
Keyboards: Richard Cummings
Lead Guitar: Marks Makwane, Jose Neto
Bass Guitar: Joseph Mokwela
Rhythm Guitar: V. Mkhize
Acoustic Guitar: Hilton Rosenthal
Backing Vocals: The Angels: Marilyn Nokwe, Tu Nokwe, and Jean Madubane,
Sharon Brooks, Deborah Sharp, Debbie Malone and Ty Stevens
Pennywhistles: West Nkosi
Percussion: Alex Acuna, Neil Clarke, Chi Sharpe
Conducted by John Cartwright

6) Duet with Brenda Fassie with Abakwenyana
Keyboards: Dumisane Ngubeni, Richard Cummings
Guitar: "Stompie" Themba Dlamini, Jose Alves
Bass Guitar: Bakithi Khumalo
Percussion: Alex Acuna

7) Keyboards: Richard Cummings
Guitar: Alistair Coakley
Bass Guitar: Denny Laloutte
Trumpets : Victor Paz, Wilmer Wize, Francis Bonny
Percussion: Alex Acuna
Backing Vocals: The Angels: Marilyn Nokwe, Tu Nokwe, and Jean Madubane
Conducted by John Cartwright

8) with the Makgona Tshole Band
Keyboards: Richard Cummings, Hilton Rosenthal
Guitar: Marks Makwane
Bass Guitar: Bakithi Khumalo
Rhythm Guitar: V. Mkhize
Drums: Lucky Monomo
Alto/Soprano Sax, Pennywhistles: Morris Goldberg
Percussion: Neil Clark; Timbales: Alex Acuna
Backing Vocals: Brenda Fassie

9) with The Soul Brothers
Keyboards: Richard Cummings
Guitars: Maxwell "China" Mngadi
Saxophones: Lemmy "Special" Mabaso
Trumpets : Victor Paz, Wilmer Wize, Francis Bonny
Trombone: Dick Griffin
Percussion: Youssou Ndour, Assane Thiam, Babakar Mbaye, Neil Clarke
Conducted by John Cartwright

10) with Theta
Keyboards: Richard Cummings, Richie Marrero
Guitar: Laurence Matshiza
Bass Guitar: Bakithi Khumalo
Drums: Vusi Khumalo
Trumpets : Victor Paz, Wilmer Wize, Francis Bonny
Alto Sax: Carlos Ward
Tenor Sax: Ricky Ford; Trombone: Dick Griffin
Backing Vocals: Vusi Khumalo, Laurence Matshiza, Richard Cummings, Brenda Fassie,
John Cartwright, Jake Holmes, Richie Marrero, Bobby Allende, Ralph Irizarry
Conducted by John Cartwright

A41. EMI Electrola-198-7924441 Belafonte In Germany '89
1989, 33 rpm LP (Live, 2 record set)

Vocals: Harry Belafonte
Duet with Diana Reeves (4)
Background Solo Voice, Demetrius Harvey (7)
Produced by Harry Belafonte and Richard Cummings
Assistant Producers: David Belafonte and Bob Burnham
Recording Engineer: Bob Burnham
Mixing Engineer: David Belafonte
Mixing :
Dierks Studio, Stommeln, Germany- Assistant Engineer, Uli Baronowski
Can Am Studios, Tarzana, C.A.- Assistant Engineer, Toby Wright, John Jackson
Secret Sound, Woodland Hills, C.A.- Assistant Engineer, Daren Chadwick
Recorded Live in Ravensburg, Germany, Nov. 29 and 30, 1988
Richard Cummings, Conductor-Arranger, Keyboards, Piano
Jose Neto, Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Angus Nunes, Fretless and Fretted Electric Bass
Neil Clarke & Chi Sharpe, African and Latin Percussion
Sipho Kunene, Drums
Benny Russell, Sax, Flute, Pennywhistle
Backing Vocals: Sharon Brooks, Deborah Sharpe, Ty Stephens
Session Vocals: Cheryl Carter, Dwight Twiddle, Johan Beckles,
Renee Crutcher, Demetrius Harvey
Photos: Esser / Strauss
Liner-notes: Harry Belafonte

01) We Are The Wave (4:22)
02) Kwela (6:36)
03) Island In The Sun (5:04)
04) Skin To Skin (4:50)
05) Paradise In Gazankulu (8:30)
06) Jamaica Farewell (5:49)
07) Try To Remember (4:36)
08) Sing For The Song (4 :20)
09) Matilda, Matilda (8:46)
10) Martin Luther King (6:46)
11) Global Carnival (5:32)
12) We Make Love (4:20)
13) Hava Nageela (3:49)
14) Did You Know (4:45)
15) Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) (5:35)

A42. Hallmark - 295 XPR 9708 The Tradition Of Christmas
1991,  33 rpm LP

"A Collection of Timeless Christmas Music"
Featuring :
Harry Belafonte (1, 4, 6, 8, 10)
Jennifer Warnes (2, 9, 11)
The American Boychoir (3, 5, 7, 12)
With The London Symphony Orchestra
Produced by Carter Co.'s Inc.
Executive Producer, Dick Carter
Musical Director, Fred Salem
Arranger-Producers :
Oscar Castro-Neves for Mr. Belafonte
Steve Barber and Bill Ginn for Ms. Warnes
Don Bagley for the American Boychoir
Mixers, Don Murray and David Belafonte
Jacket Design, Susan Hayes
Liner-notes : by Hallmark Cards, Inc.

01) Mary's Little Boy Child (4:29)
02) O Little Town Of Bethlehem (3 :43)
03) Joy To The World (2:26)
04) The First Noel (4:07)
05) We'll Sing You A Christmastime (4:13)
06) I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day (3:31)
07) Deck The Halls (2:39)
08) What Child Is This (2:40)
09) God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (5:46)
10) The Baby Boy (3:27)
11) I'll Be Home For Christmas (2:44)
12) The Twelve Days Of Christmas (4:42)

A43. Island-314-524384-2 An Evening With Belafonte And Friends
1997, Compact Disc (Live)

Vocals:
Harry Belafonte (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13)
Richard Bona (6, 11)
Produced by David Belafonte
Executive Producer: Harry Belafonte
Produced in Association with Jim Brown, Ginger Brown, Ginger Group Productions, Inc.
Recorded by Record Plant Remote
Recording Engineers: David Belafonte, Kooster McCallister
Mixed by David Belafonte at Belafonte Enterprises Inc., New York City
Digitally Mastered by Alan Silverman at Arf! Lounge, N.Y.C.
Photography: Joanne Savio, Michael Halsband
Design: Red Herring Design
Liner-notes: Harry Belafonte

01) We Are The Wave (4:52)
02) Turn The World Around (6:13)
03) Island In The Sun (4:37)
04) Skin To Skin (4:44)
05) Kwela (Listen To The Man) (5:32)
06) Eyala (3:47)
07) Matilda, Matilda (9:50)
08) Dangerous Times (4:50)
09) Try To Remember (4:28)
10) Paradise In Gazankulu (7:15)
11) Eyando (3:02)
12) Jamaica Farewell (6:44)
13) Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) (7:42)

A44. Buddha/BMG-99756 The Long Road To Freedom, An Anthology Of Black Music
2001, Boxed Set (5 Compact Discs, 1 DVD & Companion Book)

All recordings in this set made between 1961 and 1971.
Produced by: Harry Belafonte, David Belafonte, Albert C. Pryor and Leonard de Paur
Executive Producers: Harry Belafonte, David Belafonte for Belafonte Enterprise Inc. and
                                         Alex Miller for Buddha Records/BMG
Musical Contributions:
Guitars- Ernie Calabria, Brownie McGhee, Water Raim, Al Shackman
Banjo- Danny Barker
Piano- Herman Foster
Fiddles- Rupert Moore, Ray Nance
Percussion- Danny Barrajanos, Ralph MacDonald, Mossi Mians
Harmonica- Sonny Terry
Penny Whistle- Herbert Levy
Washtub Base- Bob Harris
Liner-notes: Harry Belafonte (forward), Mari Evans (extended essay)
Cover Art and Drawings: Charles White

DISC 1 -

THE ROOTS
-THE LEGENDS-
01) Ose Yie (Ashanti war chant, Ghana) (2:16)
       Asafoiatse Nettey
02) Sakadougou (Malinke ballad) (4:58)
       Kandia
-THE WORK SONGS-
03) Ake (Yoruba work chant, Nigeria) (1:47)
04) Kufidi M'Pala Bituta (Baluba, Congo) (2:02)
       Toko Mzobe
05) Ayilongo (Ghenya boatmen, Congo) - Emanuel N'Suba (1:20)
-FESTIVAL CEREMONIES-
06) Oba Oba (Homage to a king, Yoruba, Nigeria) (1:29)
07) Oaikoi (Harvest ceremony, Ga, Ghana) (1:20)
-CHILDREN'S SONGS-
08) Ashiee Tatale (Ga play song, Ghana) (1:04)
       Betty Clotty, African Children's Chorus
       Collected, Arranged and Adapted by
       Beatrice Otoo and Virginia Kodjo
09) Aja Aja O (Yoruba fable, Nigeria) (2:07)
       Betty Clotty, African Children's Chorus
-CONVERSION-
10) Falle-well Shisha Maley (Transitional hymn) (1:50)
11) Amazing Grace and The Sermon (5:34)
       Bessie Jones, Leader/Sorrell Booke, Preacher

Features vocal contributions from-
Sorrell Booke, Betty Clotty, Solomon Gbadegesin Hori, Bessie Jones, 
Kandia Toko Mzobe, Asafoiatse Nettey, and Emanuel N'Suba.
Ghana Choir: 
E. K. Acquaye, Nii Amon Kotey, Francis A. Boschway, Ernest A. Plange, 
Henry Noye-Nortey, Randy Larsen, James Nee-Lartey, George Thompson, 
Richard Netty, Benny Annum, Gideon Arkorful, Wentworth Ofyatey-Kodjoe, 
Yaw Gyebi, Leo Mensah, Thomas Mensah, Kwabena Brown, George Darkeh, 
Joe Welsing, and Veronica Otoo
Kenya Choir: 
(Previously shown as Guinea Choir. Refer to "Guest Book" entry for Feb 6, 2004)
David Nzomo, Frederick Musyoka, Vincent Mbirika, Francis Getao, Gideon Kioko, 
Vitalis Ojwang, Thomas Owuor, Ruth Ntheketha, Nyaboke Okari, and Melen Ojenge
Nigeria Choir: 
Garvin Masseau, Sonny Morgan, Taiwo Duvall, Robert Whitley, Al Humphrey, 
Moses Mianns, Adetunji A. Joda, James Folami, Solomon Ilori, Adegboyega Ilori, 
Olatunji Oyefuga, Tundi Ajayi, Emiko Amoye, Solomon Deji Adeyoyin, 
Daniel Olusegun, Simon Jiboku, Jemie Samson, Abby Ekwonna, Flora Etomi, 
Oluremi Okediji, Mosunmola Ilori, Eyo Okodi, Hugh Masekela (S. Africa), 
Jonas Gwangwa (S. Africa), Sunku Mofokeng (S. Africa), Doreen Faulkner (S. Africa), 
David Chikosi (Rhodesia), Assad Kelada (Egypt), Nadia Kelada (Egypt), 
Emanuel N'Suba (Congo), Sherman Sneed (vocal contractor) (U.S.A.), 
Carolin Mandara (Tanganyika), Mariam Ali (Zanzibar), and Willy Kiwanuka (Uganda)

SHOUTS AND EARLY SPIRITUALS
12) How Do You Do Ev'rybody? (Greeting shout) (3:22)
       Erzalene Jenkins, Nannie McNeil
       Collected by Penn Community Service
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
13) O, Lord, I'm Waitin' On You (Spiritual) (2:31)
       Valentine Pringle
       Collected by Leonard de Paur and Valentine Pringle
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
14) Prayer (Spiritual) (4:41)
       Bessie Jones
15) Kneebone Bend (Prayer Shout) (4:09)
       Bessie Jones
16) Hark 'E Angel (Watcher's shout) (5:10)
       Harry Belafonte
       Collected and Arranged by Churchill McGimsey
       Creative Age Press
17) Yonder Comes Day (New Year shout) (3:17)
       Bessie Jones
18) Goodbye, Ev'rybody (Farewell shout) (2:25)
       Valentine Pringle

Features vocal contributions from-
Harry Belafonte, Erzalene Jenkins, Bessie Jones, Nannie McNeil and Valentine Pringle
Choir:
Leroy Brodwith, Jennifer Cathy Brown, Laurence Cartier, Barbara J. Cobb, Charles 
Colman, Joseph Crawford, Paul Douglas Franklin, Doris Galiber, Fileen Gilbert, 
J. Hamilton Grandison, Hugh Harrell, Hilda Harris, Pauline P. Hill, Norma lee Hooper, 
Jean La Guerra, Geraldine Overstreet, Eleanor Rogers, Irene E. Sherrock, Christine Spencer, 
Maeretha A. Stewart, and Ruth Gibbs Tyler

DISC 2 -

LOUISIANA CREOLE
01) Tombeau, Tombeau (2:35)
       Collected by H. Oster
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
02) Je M'en Vais Finir Mes Jours (3:51)
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
03) Dans Un Brigatoire (3:25)
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
-AU PLACE CONGO-
04) Pour La Belle Layotte (1:21)
       William "Billy" Eaton
05) Fomme La Dit, Mo Malheure (3:28)
       Collected by Harry Oster
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
06) Miche Banjo - bamboula (2:08)
       Robert Henson, vocalist/Danny Barker, banjo
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur

SLAVE CHRISTMAS
07) Good Mornin', Good Mornin' ("John Canoe" processional) (2:51)
       J. Hamilton Grandison
       Collected, Arranged and Adapted by Gracita F. Faulkner
08) All Roun' De Glory Manger (1:49)
       Erzalene Jenkins, Joseph Crawford
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
09) Mary, What You Call Yo' Baby? (3:04)
       Carrie Lee Suter
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
10) Wonderful Councillor (2:05)
       Harry Belafonte
       Collected, Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur

Features vocal contributions from-
Harry Belafonte, Joseph Crawford, William Eaton, J. Hamilton Grandison, 
Robert Henson, Erzaline Jenkins and Carrie Lee Suter
1962 Choir:
Marie M. Clegg, Emelda B. Dugais, Gracita F. Faulkner, Ruby M. Lee, Jean Benjamin, 
Edmond Hall, Louis J. Williams, Miriam Burton, Doris Galiber, Giselle Diamond, 
Pauline P. Hill, Charles Colman, William Eaton, Robert Henson, George A. Hill, 
Eugene Thamon, Millard J. Williams, Sherman Sneed (vocal contractor), and Howard Roberts
1968 Choir:
Leroy Brodwith, Jennifer Cathy Brown, Laurence Cartier, Barbara J. Cobb, Doris Galiber, 
Hilda Harris, Pauline P. Hill, Norma lee Hooper, Jean La Guerra, Geraldine Overstreet, 
Albertine H. Robinson, Eleanor Rogers, Irene E. Sherrock, Christine Spencer, 
Maeretha A. Stewart, and Ruth Gibbs Tyler

UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
11) Follow The Gourd (2:44)
       Leon Bibb
12) Steal Away To Jesus (3:28)
       Attributed to Nat Turner
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
13) There's a Meetin' Here Tonight (1:51)
       Joseph Crawford and unidentified vocalist
       Arranged by Ralph Hunter
14) Many Thousan' Gone (3:03)
       Arranged and Adapted by Howard A. Roberts and Ralph Hunter

THE WAR
15) The Colored Volunteer (3:29)
       Harry Belafonte
       Arranged by Ralph Hunter
16) We Look Like Men Of War (5:34)
       Earl Baker (possibly), Milt Grayson (possibly)
17) Song Of The First Arkansas Volunteers-Glory Hallelujah (4:52)
       Harry Belafonte
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
18) Free At Las'  (1:51)
       Joseph Crawford and unidentified vocalist

Features vocal contributions from-
Earl Baker, Harry Belafonte, Joseph Crawford, Carol Joy Dawkins, William Eaton, 
Milt Grayson, Nannie McNeil, Alfred Miller, Howard Roberts, Eugene Thamon, 
Ruth Gibbs Tyler, Millard Williams
Choir:
Laurence Cartier, Charles Colman, Joseph Crawford, Paul D. Franklin, William A. Glover, 
John P. Gonsalves,  J. Hamilton Grandison, Hugh Harrell, Robert Henson, George Hill, 
Melvin E. Jordan, Lawrence Marshall, Alfred Miller, Felix A. Morris, Jordan Poropat, 
Herbert Scott-Gibson, Sherman Sneed (vocal contractor), William Stewart, Eugene Thamon, 
Mervin B. Wallace, and Arthur William
Large Mixed Chorus:
First Tenor Voices-
George Adams, Joseph Crawford, Robert Henson, Charles Joiner, Howard Roberts, 
Rodester Timmons and Clyde Turner
Second Tenor Voices-
William Eaton, Ben Foster, Paul Jackson, John Patton, Arthur Williams and Ned Wright
Baritone Voices-
Irving Barns, Eugene Brige, Charles Colman, J. Hamilton Grandison, Alonzo Jones, 
George Marshall, and Sherman Sneed (vocal contractor)
Bass Voices-
Earl Baker, Laurence Cartier, Sidney Greenard, George Hill, Cullen Maiden, 
Eugene Thamon, and Millard Williams
Soprano Voices-
Carol Joy Dawkins, Carlotta Freeman, Bernice Hall, Hilda Harris, Lucia Hawkins, 
Juanita King, Joy McLean, June McMechen, Doris Galiber Robert, Christine Spencer, 
Maeretha A. Stewart, Catherine Van Buren, and Marie Young
Alto Voices-
Gale Gordon, Pauline Phelps, Ruth Reynolds, Albertine Robinson, Ruth Gibbs Tyler, 
Barbara Webb, and Gloria Wynder

Instrumentalists-
Garnett Brown, trombone
Burt Collins, trumpet, flugelhorn
Warren Covington, trombone
Raymond Crisara, trumpet, flugelhorn
Elayne Jones, field drums, snare drums
Hubert Laws, Jr., piccolo, flute
Jimmy Owens, trumpet
Harvey Phillips, tuba
Robert Rosengarden, snare drums
Warren J. Smith, bass drums
John Swallow, baritone horn
Joseph Venuto, field drums
Joseph Wilder, trumpet, flugelhorn

DISC 3 -

COUNTRY MOODS
01) Ol' Lady From Brewster (Children's song) (1:51)
       Vincent Esposito, Kevin Featherstone, Gregory L. Sneed, and Children's Chorus
       Collected by Bessie Jones
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
02) Hallie, Come On! (Woman's field holler) (1:11)
       Miriam Burton
03) Run Squirrel, Whoa Mule Game song) (1:30)
       Thelma Drayton
04) Fox Chase (Mouth organ) (3:18)
       Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee
05) Chickens Done Crowed (Sunrise holler) (1:36)
       Valentine Pringle
06) 'Way Go Lily (Children's song) (1:30)
       Children's Chorus
       Collected by Bessie Jones
       Adapted, Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
07) Shine On (Graveyard holler) (1:41)
       Ned Wright
08) Grey Goose (Ballad) (2:46)
       Bessie Jones
09) Pick A Bale O' Cotton (Hoedown) (5:08)
       Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee
10) Li'l Gal, Li'l Gal (Game song) (1:22)
       Bessie Jones
11) Go To Sleepy (Lullaby) (1:43)
       Harry Belafonte with Al Shackman on guitar

Features vocal contributions from-
Harry Belafonte, Miriam Burton, Thelma Drayton, Chas Featherstone, Ray Franklin, 
Bessie Jones, Brownie McGhee, Valentine Pringle, Sonny Terry, and Ned Wright
Children's Choir:
Irene (Escalera) Cara, Melanie Colman, Norma Lynn De Paur, Leonard De Paur, Robin L. 
DeSilva, Ivan Espinosa, Giancarlo Esposito, Vincent Esposito, Kevin Featherstone, Lisa 
Huggins, Gregory L. Sneed, Darryl Thomas, and Sherman Sneed (vocal contractor)

CITY MOODS
12) I Got 'Em (Street cry) (1:54)
       Valentine Pringle
       Collected, Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
13) Hambone, Hambone (Children's pattin) (2:41)
       Tyrone Cooper
14) Watermelon Man (Blues) (1:21)
       Ned Wright
15) Fare Thee Well, Oh Honey (Blues) (5:49)
       Gloria Lynne
16) Blackberry Woman (Street cry) (1:07)
       Lillian Hayman
17) Easy Rider (Blues) (5:27)
       Joe Williams with Al Shackman on guitar
18) Oh, Johnny Brown (Ring game) (1:51)
       Sharon G. Williams
19) I Got 'Em -  (Street Cry) (1:13)
       Valentine Pringle
20) Black Woman (Blues) (4:06)
       Brownie McGhee
21) Watermelon Man (Street Cry) (0:44)
       Ned Wright

Features vocal contributions from-
Tyrone Cooper, Lillian Hayman, Gloria Lynne, Brownie McGhee, Valentine Pringle, 
Joe Williams, Sharon G. Williams, and Ned Wright

DISC 4 -

BALLADS AND FROLICS
01) Let The Deal Go Down (4:16)
       Godfrey Cambridge, Joseph Crawford, Brownie McGhee, others
02) Betty And Dupree (6:44)
       Joe Williams with Brownie McGhee on guitar, Herman Foster on piano
03) Eas' Man (2:53)
       Leon Bibb
04) John Henry (3:27)
       Valentine Pringle
05) Boll Weevil (6:07)
       Harry Belafonte with Al Shackman on guitar

Features vocal contributions from-
Harry Belafonte, Leon Bibb, Walter P. Brown, Godfrey Cambridge, Joseph Crawford, 
Robert Henson, Jack Hodges, Brownie McGhee, Valentine Pringle, and Joe Williams

BAD MEN, BOOZE AND MINSTRELS
06) Stagolee (5:42)
       Cortez Franklin with Lennie Pogan on guitar
       Collected, Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
07) Joe Turner Blues (4:12)
       Gloria Lynne with Herman Foster on piano
08) Honey Take A Whiff On Me (3:39)
       Ben Carter with Lennie Pogan on guitar
       Collected and Adapted by Leonard de Paur and Benjamin Carter
     Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
-FOLK-MINSTREL SCENE-
09) Go 'Long Muley (3:35)
       Text collected from Folklore
       Tune by Leonard de Paur
10) My Baby In A Guinea Blue Gown (4:40)
       Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
11) Dat Liar (6:52)
       Milton Grayson
       Text and tune Collected and Adapted by Leonard de Paur
12) Finale (0:45)

Features vocal contributions from-
Harry Belafonte, Ben Carter, Charles Colman, Cortez Franklin, Milton Grayson, 
Robert Henson, Gloria Lynne, Larry Marshall, Gregory L. Sneed and Sherman Sneed

DISC 5 -

MUSCLES AND SWEAT
01) Ho Boys, Cancha Line 'Em (2:56)
       Valentine Pringle
02) Good Ir'n (6:03)
       Harry Belafonte
       Collected and Arranged by Leonard de Paur and Harry Belafonte
03) Go On, Ol' Gator (3:00)
04) Doncha Hear Yo' Po' Mother Callin'? (3:42)
05) River Sounding Chant (3:17)
       Charles Colman, William Eaton
06) Nobody's Business, Lord, But Mine (4:24)
       Harry Belafonte
       Collected and Arranged by Leonard de Paur and Harry Belafonte

Features vocal contributions from-
Harry Belafonte, Charles Colman, William Eaton, Leonard Etienne, Bernice Hall, 
and Valentine Pringle
Choir:
Leroy Brodwith, Laurence Cartier, Charles Colman, Joseph Crawford, Paul D. Franklin, 
William A. Glover, John P. Gonsalves, Marvin Goodis, J. Hamilton Grandison, Hugh 
Harrell, Robert Henson, Lawrence Marshall, Alfred Miller, Jordan Poropat, Earl Rogers, 
Herbert Scott-Gibson, Cal Sexton, Sherman Sneed (vocal contractor), William Stewart, 
Eugene Thamon, Marvin B. Wallace, and Arthur Williams

MY GOD IS A ROCK
07) My God Is A Rock (3:03)
       Harry Belafonte
       Collected and Arranged by Leonard de Paur
08) We Are Climbin' Jacob's Ladder (2:44)
09) I Am So Glad (2:28)
       Harry Belafonte
       Collected, Directed, Arranged and Conducted by Leonard de Paur
10) I'll Never Turn Back, No Mo' (6:11)
       An excerpt from a speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
       Irving Barnes, vocalist
       Arranged by Hal Johnson
11) Lord, I Don't Feel Noways Tired (2:35)
       Howard Roberts
       Arranged by Hal Johnson

Features vocal contributions from-
Irving Barnes, Harry Belafonte, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Howard Roberts
Choir:
Ernest Barnard Alexander, Leroy Brodwith, Jennifer Cathy Brown, Mary Ellen Brown, 
Laurence Cartier, Barbara J. Cobb, Charles Colman, Mary Elizabeth Cook, Joseph 
Crawford, Paul Douglas Franklin, Doris Galiber, Eileen Gilbert,  J. Hamilton Grandison, 
Hugh Harrell, Hilda Harris, Robert Henson, George Hill, Pauline P. Hill, Norma Lee 
Hooper, Erzalene Jenkins, Jean La Guerra, Lawrence Marshall, Nannie McNeil, Alfred 
Miller, Jessie Pearl Miller, Asalee L. Mitchell, Felix A. Morris, Jr., Geraldine Overstreet, 
Jordan Poropat, Andrea Pamela Putter, Albertine H. Robinson, Eleanor Rogers, Herbert 
Scott-Gibson, Irene E. Sherrock, Sherman Sneed, Christine Spencer, Maeretha A. Stewart, 
Carrie Lee Suter, Laura Ann Taylor, Eugene Thamon, Ruth Gibbs Tyler, Fredericks 
Washington, Marvin B. Wallace, and Arthur Williams
Large Mixed Chorus on Tracks 10 and 11:
First Tenor Voices-
George Adams, Joseph Crawford, Robert Henson, Charles Joiner, Howard Roberts, 
Rodester Timmons and Clyde Turner
Second Tenor Voices-
William Eaton, Ben Foster, Paul Jackson, John Patton, Arthur Williams and Ned Wright
Baritone Voices-
Irving Barns, Eugene Brige, Charles Colman, J. Hamilton Grandison, Alonzo Jones, 
George Marshall, and Sherman Sneed (vocal contractor)
Bass Voices-
Earl Baker, Laurence Cartier, Sidney Greenard, George Hill, Cullen Maiden, 
Eugene Thamon, and Millard Williams
Soprano Voices-
Carol Joy Dawkins, Carlotta Freeman, Bernice Hall, Hilda Harris, Lucia Hawkins, 
Juanita King, Joy McLean, June McMechen, Doris Galiber Robert, Christine Spencer, 
Maeretha A. Stewart, Catherine Van Buren, and Marie Young
Alto Voices-
Gale Gordon, Pauline Phelps, Ruth Reynolds, Albertine Robinson, Ruth Gibbs Tyler, 
Barbara Webb, and Gloria Wynder

DISC 6
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(BONUS DVD)

FOOTSTEPS ON THE LONG ROAD TO FREEDOM:
THE MAKING OF THE ANTHOLOGY OF BLACK MUSIC

Harry Belafonte, the producers and the archivists discuss the genesis of the project
and its relevance today, as well as provide details on the discovery and restoration
of this musically rich masterpiece.

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