Malcolm X - Words From The Frontlines: Excerpts From The Great Speeches Of Malcolm X download flac
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Words From The Frontlines' contains excerpts from some of Malcolm X's most stirring speeches, not complete speeches. Remastered at BMG studios, NYC, October 1992. Though not shown on the label, there is a ninth, untitled track that goes: "It's just like when you got some coffee that's too black, which mean's it's too strong.
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Words From The Frontlines: Excerpts From The Great Speeches Of Malcolm X. 9. mp. On his release Malcolm became a Muslim minister and follower of Elijah Muhammad; he later converted to Islam (Sunni), making a pilgrimage to Mecca and travelling throughout the world espousing unity, human rights and self-determination. Malcolm quickly became known as a powerful activist for Black freedom in the . He spoke forcefully against racist oppression in all its forms. While early on he targeted all whites as the enemy, he later came.
The most complete collection of Malcolm X speeches, debates and interviews ever assembled. Malcolm X. Martin luther king. The response to this collection of Malcolm X material has been overwhelming.
by Malcolm X. Released: January 1, 1992. 1. "We Want Complete Separation". 2. "You Got What's Know as 'White's Disease'".
Malcolm took us to the crossroads. In the end, we took the non-violent route. Today, here we stand. My hope is that you will have tons of young visitors and listeners to these recordings on this site. Savor the peace while it lasts. Words From the Frontlines download. Malcolm X - World Wide Revolution download. 64KBPS MP3 ZIP download.
|1||We Want Complete Separation||13:30|
|2||You Got What's Known As "White's Disease"||12:18|
|3||Keep That White Man's Claws Off Our Women||5:23|
|4||There's No Such Thing As A Non-Violent Revolution||4:23|
|5||I'm A Field Negro||8:34|
|6||... Stop Singin' And Start Swingin'||7:40|
|7||... By Any Means Necessary||14:00|
|8||You Can't Hate The Roots Of A Tree And Not Hate The Tree||5:52|
- Art Direction – Jacqueline Murphy*
- Concept By [Concept And Repertoire] – Lou Simon
- Design – Sean Smith*
- Other [Creative Consultant] – Dr. Betty Shabazz
- Remastered By, Technician [Audio Restoration] – Bill Lacey
- Supervised By [Audio Restoration Supervisor] – Paul Williams
- Supervised By [Executive Supervisor] – Skip Miller
Notes"The RCA Records Label has digitally restored the speeches to the highest standards possible."
Remastered at BMG studios, NYC, October 1992.
(c) 1992 Dr. Betty Shabazz under license authorized by Curtis Management Group. This compilation exclusively licensed to BMG Music. Manufactured and distributed by BMG Music, New York, NY. Printed in the U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7863-66132-2 2
- Other (ISBN): 1-882753-00-3
- Matrix / Runout (CD Inner Ring): W.O. 28239-1M 07863661322 DISC MFG. INC. (H)
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