Music Show #134 –1/18/2019 – Inspirational Lives: Episode 4 – Martin Luther King Jr.
A series dedicated to individuals who have lived inspirational lives.
Song #1 “One of These Days” – A song dedicated to Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, Pete Seeger and the Civil Right’s Movement. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kc3uu1SinsE&t=0s&list=PLOyRYerTUWm1wWx0rABevP5sOfMkRgmtp&index=7
Song #2 “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around” – A traditional song that was sung often as part of the Civil Rights Movement. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4ERLX3b3kE&list=PLOyRYerTUWm01EyFXwjCXqQiseHfEAHdk&index=5&t=5s
Song#3 “Going Down the Road (Feeling Good) ” – (new verses to a Woody Guthrie Depression Era song) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXvrQqXzPbs&index=5&t=0s&list=PLOyRYerTUWm1wWx0rABevP5sOfMkRgmtp
Song #4 “Freedom O’ Freedom” A song about freedom and the responsibility that goes along with it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U12XMr18GBs&t=0s&index=13&list=PLE97D99925458A2C2
Song #5 “This Little Light” – (Harry Dixon Loes ) The Civil Rights Movement was strengthened by people singing together wherever they gathered. This Little Light was one of the most popular songs of the movement.
Song #6 “Gonna Sing Until I’m Done” – A morale booster for those days when we’re having doubts about how we want to proceed in our lives’.
Song #7 “The Hammer Song” – (Lee Hays and Pete Seeger) Written in 1949 in support of the progressive movement, and was first recorded by The Weavers.
Song #8 “May You Rest in Peace” – A peaceful memorial song.
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