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In hour 1, we lay upon you several soulful and, and in some cases, slightly strange covers from Della Reese, Richie Havens, and Louis Armstrong, drop in on a New Orleans jazz funeral, and stretch out with Pharoah Sanders. In hour 2, we hear a rollicking version of Amazing Grace courtesy of Sam Cooke & the Soul Stirrers, tour the world with stops in Guinea Conakry, Nigeria, Brazil, and Trinidad, and hear a set hosted by late great WERU dj Charlie Oldham.
Joan Armatrading "Back to the Night"
Della Reese "It Was a Very Good Year"
King Curtis & The Noble Knights "Mr. Crow"
Bobby Marchan "Chickee Wah Wah"
Dyke & The Blazers "We Got More Soul"
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "Western Michigan University 12/18/63"
Geraldo Pino "Power to the People"
Richie Havens "Ooh Child"
Voices of Jordan "It's Getting Late"
Magnificent Sevenths Brass Band "Funeral Procession: Lead Me Savior"
Eskew Reeder "The Flu"
Louis Armstrong "Everybody's Talkin'"
The Meters "Pungee"
Richard Berry "Crazy Lover"
Pharoah Sanders "Kumba"
Erma Franklin "Don't Blame Me"
Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers "Amazing Grace"
Donnie Elbert "Wild Child"
Rockpile "If Sugar Was As Sweet As You"
O.v. Wright "Drowning on Dry Land"
Barrance Whitfield & the Savages "Caveman"
Omoba d'Eru Ri [Yoruba] "Tunji Oyelana"
Grandmaster Flash "The Message"
Erasmo Carlos "Maria Joana"
Lou Bond "That's The Way I Always Heard It Should Be"
Joan Armatrading "What Do You Want"
Bala & Ses Baladins "Moi Ca Ma Fout"
The Mighty Shadow "Poverty Is Hell"
Sam Cooke "Havin' a Party"