• LP + Download Code CRNBR16024£16.99
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  • 1. Driva' Man
  • 2. Freedom Day
  • 3. Triptych: Prayer, Protest, Peace
  • 4. All Africa
  • 5. Tears For Johannesburg

Classic Civil Rights-era album recorded by Max Roach in 1960, as a collaboration with lyricist Oscar Brown, Jr. Designed to coincide with the centenery of the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation, and featuring vocalist Abbey Lincoln, tenor saxman Coleman Hawkins and percussion from Olatunji.

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