Lincoln Tatem | A Voice, a Hope, & a Drum

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A Voice, a Hope, & a Drum

by Lincoln Tatem

A deftly arranged, boldly performed and highly original genre-defying musical exploration of themes of hope and despair, drawing heavily on the words and images of African-American Spirituals.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Where the Sugarcane Grows
7:02 $1.29
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2. Walk In Jerusalem Just Like John
3:52 $1.29
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3. Steal Away
5:39 $1.29
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4. Blind Man
2:53 $1.29
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5. Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray
7:03 $1.29
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6. Waiting For Daylight
5:46 $1.29
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7. Change My Name
5:34 $1.29
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8. Signed My Name
3:56 $1.29
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9. This Is How We Do
7:46 $1.29
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10. Babylon's Falling
6:15 $1.29
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11. The Colour Of Me
6:32 $1.29
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12. Foot Follows Foot
4:54 $1.29
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13. Ain't No Grave
8:54 album only
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Album Notes
In the unlikely event that the Coen Brothers should die and then return from the dead and decide to make a film about Che Guevara joining forces with Shaka Zulu to attack a sweat lodge wherein Dietrich Bonhoffer, Coretta Scott King, Paul Klee, Gil-Scott Heron and the prophet Isaiah were signifying about life, love, joy, sorrow, and the existence of God over red wine and cheese canapes with hot sauce, he probably ought to consider using this album as a soundtrack.

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