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Alika Hope and The Ray of Hope Project | Hope for a Motherless Child

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Folk: Traditional Folk Spoken Word: Educational Moods: Spiritual
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Hope for a Motherless Child

by Alika Hope and The Ray of Hope Project

Original, multi-genre renditions of American Spirituals and Historical Readings, bookended by new jazz arrangements. A tour of history through jazz, opera, rap, and gospel.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. In the Beginning... (A Jam)
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2. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
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3. No Compromise with the Evil of Slavery
2:09 $0.99
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4. Go Down Moses
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5. Wade in the Water
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6. The Hypocrisy of American Slavery
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7. Follow the Drinking Gourd
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8. Ain't I a Woman
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9. The Gettysburg Address
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10. Ain't Gonna Study War No More (feat. John Henry Langley)
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11. This Little Light of Mine
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12. And so It Ends... (A Jam)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Mom’s Choice Awards® has named “Hope For A Motherless Child” with the Gold Award for Audio Experiences-Ages 9-12. Each year Mom’s Choice honors the best in family-friendly media, products and services. The album was chosen for its presentation of history through jazz, opera, rap, and gospel, as well as readings of famous American speeches by Sojourner Truth, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and William Lloyd Garrison to expose today's children to stories from the past.

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