SOMEDAY WE'LL ALL BE FREE

Latest update on 29/01/2014

Artist: Donny Hathaway
Author: Donny Hathaway/Edward Howard
Label: Atlantic
Year: 1973

Covers:

1975:

Sergio Mendes

1977:

Ben E. King & The Average White Band

1985:

Bobby Womack

1989:

Regina Belle

1989:

James Ingram [in medley with Save The Children]

1991:

B.E.F. feat. Chaka Khan

1992:

Aretha Franklin [in film Malcolm X]

1993:

Millie Jackson

1995:

Puff Johnson

1995:

Diane Schuur

1999:

Tom Browne [vocal: Dianne Reeves]

2001:

Alicia Keys [on A Tribute To Heroes]

2001:

Everything But The Girl

2002:

Take 6 feat. Lalah Hathaway

2004:

Keb' Mo'

2007:

Deniece Williams

2008:

Roachford

2009:

George Benson

2010:

Kirk Whalum

2012:

Elkie Brooks

Martin Luther King's dream became Malcolm X's nightmare, but their conclusion was unanimous: "someday we'll all be free". The diversity of the all Afro-American Malcolm X soundtrack inspired director Spike Lee to gasp veinly: "May we all look forward to the day when Black Radio is as diverse as the music you're listening to here".

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