|A1||Message To The Ancestors||10:14|
|A2||Blessing From The Rain Forest||6:16|
|B1||The Soul Is The Music||7:46|
|B2||The Substance Of The Vision||7:07|
|B3||Call And Response||6:13|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – IPS (2)
- Drum [Osi Drum], Timpani [Tympani], Bongos, Vocals [Phonetics, Words, Mnemonics], Goblet Drum [Darabukkeh], Whistle, Gong [Gongs], Performer [Galloping, Foot Rhythms, Antiphonal Caller With Audience], Cymbal [Cymbals], Balafon, Agogô [Agogo Bells], Bells, Tambourine, Shekere, Talking Drum [African Talking Drum], Producer – Milford Graves
- Engineer – Fred Seibert
- Photography By – Bob Alpert, Marten Derksen
- Tom Tom, Gong [Gongs], Whistle [Whistles], Handclaps [Hand Clapping], Vocals [Words, Phonetics], Timpani [Tympani], Drum [Osi Drum], Cymbal [Cymbals], Castanets, Temple Block [Temple Blocks], Agogô [Agogo Bells], Chimes, Performer [Foot Rhythms, Drum Responses With Audience], Producer – Andrew Cyrille
Acknowledgement should also be made to pianist, composer, Cecil Taylor whose program for the musical arts in New York City during January 1974 at Columbia University's Wollman Auditorium, aided in the realization of this recording.
Additional acknowledgements to Nick Moy of Bonitza Melodies Production Company and Fred Seibert for his engineering assistance.
Cover photo donated by the Ishangi Razak Institute of African Sciences.
Rimyth Film Co. made a video tape of this concert and provided the audio equipment from which the master lacquer for this record was made.