Malcolm X Soundtrack LP

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Soundtrack Featuring All-Star Line-Up On Vinyl LP!

This soundtrack features key artists’ material released during Malcolm X’s life including Big Joe Turner, Lionel Hampton, The Ink Spots, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, John Coltrane, Ray Charles, Duke Ellington and others. MALCOLM X is the 1992 Spike Lee-directed biopic featuring Denzel Washington and Angela Bassett with cameo appearances by Rev. Al Sharpton, Bobby Seale, and Nelson Mandela.

• Vinyl LP
• First time on vinyl in the U.S.

Side A:

1. Revolution - Arrested Development
2. Roll 'Em Pete - Joe Turner
3. Flying Home - Lionel Hampton
4. My Prayer - The Ink Spots
5. Big Stuff - Billie Holiday
6. Don't Cry Baby - Erskine Hawkins
7. Beans and Cornbread - Louis Jordan
8. Azure - Ella Fitzgerald
Side B:
1. Alabama - John Coltrane
2. That Lucky Old Sun Just Rolls Around Heaven - Ray Charles
3. Arabesque Cookie - Duke Ellington
4. Shotgun - Junior Walker & The All Stars
5. Someday We'll All Be Free - Aretha Franklin

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