Lift Every Voice And Sing. SH 707. John Barfield With The Truth Ensemble. John Barfield With The Truth Ensemble - The Blacks (7").
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Barfield With Ensemble. The. B –The Truth Ensemble. The Blacks Music By – James Weldon JohnsonWritten-By – Stuart Silbar. Lift Every Voice And Sing Written-By – James Weldon Johnson. John Barfield With The Truth Ensemble - The Blacks (7", Promo).
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|A||–John Barfield With The Truth Ensemble||The Blacks
Music By [Background Music Is "Lift Every Voice And Sing"] – James Weldon JohnsonWritten-By – Stuart Silbar
|B||–The Truth Ensemble||Lift Every Voice And Sing
Written-By – James Weldon Johnson
- Producer – E. Herbert
NotesLemco Music/Market Square Music Bmi
|SH 707||John Barfield With The Truth Ensemble||John Barfield With The Truth Ensemble - The Blacks (7", Promo)||Shakat Records||SH 707||US||1974|