CD Soul of the Movement: Meditations on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. [Digipak] * (CD 7006321),
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Soul of the Movement: Meditations on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. [Digipak] *


  • 1. There is a Balm in Gilead
    2. Amen
    3. Emmett Till (Bobo)
    4. Black Cab
    5. Fables of Faubus
    6. We Shall Overcome
    7. Trouble on the Bus (Freedom Rides)
    8. Birmingham (Project C)
    9. Go Tell It on the Mountain
    10. We're a Winner
    11. Memphis (I Am A Man)
    12. Take My Hand Precious Lord
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 14069

  • Credits
    ProducerEric Moffat; Marcus Shelby
    EngineerMatt Boudreau; Eric Moffat; Adam Munoz

    Personnel: Jeff Marrs (vocals, drums, percussion); Jeannine Anderson (vocals); Evan Francis (flute, tenor saxophone); Sheldon Brown (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Howard Wiley (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Gabe Eaton, Marcus Stephens (alto saxophone); Scott Englebright, Darren Johnston, Mark Wright, Louis Fasman, Mike Olmos (trumpet); Rob Ewing, Joel Behrman, Mike Rinta (trombone); Sista Kee, Adam Shulman (piano); Matt Clark (Hammond b-3 organ).
    Audio Mixers: Eric Moffat; Marcus Shelby.
    Liner Note Authors: Dr. Adam Green; Marcus Shelby.
    Recording information: Broken Radio Studios, San Francisco, CA (06/29/2010-06/30/2010); Closer Studios, San Francisco (06/29/2010-06/30/2010); Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA (06/29/2010-06/30/2010); Broken Radio Studios, San Francisco, CA (07/14/2010); Closer Studios, San Francisco (07/14/2010); Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA (07/14/2010); Broken Radio Studios, San Francisco, CA (07/22/2010); Closer Studios, San Francisco (07/22/2010); Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA (07/22/2010).
    Photographers: John T. Bledsoe ; Warren K. Leffler; Marcus Shelby; Paul Waters.
    Arranger: Marcus Shelby.

  • Critic Reviews
    Down Beat (p.49) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Through spirituals, original compositions and bluesy arrangements of an era's anthems, bassist Marcus Shelby weaves a narrative of hope into a musical retelling of the civil rights movement."
    JazzTimes (p.59) - "The opening 'There Is a Balm in Gilead,' sung by operatic soprano Jeannine Anderson, is one of the album's most beautiful pieces and an ideal tonesetter."
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