Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ‎– ...Free At Last

Gordy ‎– GLP 929, Gordy ‎– 929, Gordy ‎– GM 929
Vinyl, LP


Ebenezer Baptist Church, February 4, 1968
A1 Drum Major Instinct Sermon
A2 Dr. King's Desired Eulogy
Memphis, Tennessee, April 3, 1968
B1 Welcome To Memphis
B2 I Wouldn't Stop There
B3 Something Is Happenin' In Our World
B4 A Good Samaritan
B5 The Dramatic Harlem Incident
B6 If I Had Sneezed
B7 Journey To Memphis
B8 I've Been To The Mountain Top
March On Washington, August 28, 1963
B9 I Have A Dream / Free At Last (Excerpts)

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The valuable help of Mrs. Coretta King and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference assisted greatly in the production of this album, the only officially authorized version.

Mono Only release
GLP 929- label
929- back and front cover
GM 929- spine

The first cover was a fold out cover with a pocket in one side for the record, later it was issued with a standard cover.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
5340ML Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ...Free At Last(LP, Album, RE) Motown 5340ML US 1985 Sell This Version
GLP 929 DJ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ...Free At Last(LP, Mono, Promo) Gordy GLP 929 DJ US 1968 Sell This Version
5340MC Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ...Free At Last(Cass, Album) Motown 5340MC US Unknown Sell This Version



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March 13, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
'Free At Last' is by far the most significant album of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s speeches ever produced. The intensive resonance of Dr. King's ringing eloquence combined with a theological vibrancy and philosophical depth is woven into the soulful fabric of the three speeches that make up this album.

"I've Been To The Mountain Top" delivered in Memphis, Tennessee, on the evening of April 3, the eve of Dr. King's assassination, is essentialy a sermon to the world in wich he admonishes his black brothers and sisters to... rise up with a greater readiness; stand with a greater determination, and let us move on!

"The Drum Major Instinct" sermon is a beautiful as it is moving, as profound as it is sacred. Before its conclusion, it etches an indelible impression on all people, the people for whom he toiled and for whose just cause he died.

The last and brief speech excerpt on this album is Dr. King's now world famous "I Have A Dream" speech delivered at the March on Washington, August 28, 1963

Admittedly, they have killed the dreamer, but they have NOT killed the dream.