Various ‎– Soul To Soul (Music From The Original Soundtrack - Recorded Live In Ghana, West Africa)

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Atlantic ‎– SD 7207
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A1 Ike & Tina Turner Soul To Soul
Written-By – Bob Burchman, Neil Seidel
2:45
A2 The Voices Of East Harlem Run Shaker Life
Written-By – Richie Havens
3:20
A3 Eddie Harris & Les McCann With Amoa* Heyjorler
Percussion – Amoa AzangioWritten-By – Eddie Harris, Les McCann
6:41
A4 Roberta Flack Freedom Song
Arranged By – Roberta FlackWritten-By [Release Credit] – Traditional
2:57
A5 Roberta Flack Tryin' Times
Written-By – Donny Hathaway, Leroy Hutson
5:15
Medley 6:20
B1a The Staple Singers Are You Sure
Written-By – Ike Cargill
B1b The Staple Singers He's Alright
Written-By – Roebuck Staples*
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B2 Ike & Tina Turner I Smell Trouble
Written-By – Don Robey
6:50
B3 Wilson Pickett Funky Broadway
Written-By – Lester Christian*
2:25
B4 Wilson Pickett Land Of 1000 Dances
Written-By – Chris Kenner, Antoine (Fats) Domino*
3:15
B5 The Voices Of East Harlem Soul To Soul
Written-By – Bob Burchman, Neil Seidel
2:07

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Music from the original Soundtrack "Soul To Soul" by Denis Sanders. a Nigram-Aura Production in cooperation with the Ghana Arts Council.
Recorded at Black Star Square in Accra, on Ghana's 14th Independence Day; March 6, 1971 at the "Soul To Soul" Festival.
Roberta Flack's 'Freedom Song' was recorded in mono on a portable recording machine in the dungeons of the old slave fortress in Cape Coast, Ghana.

Gatefold Sleeve contains two reviews of the Festival with images.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): ST-A-712291 PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): ST-A-712292 PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ST-A-712291 AT/GP PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ST-A-712292 AT/GP PR

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