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Lift Every Voice And Sing

Max Roach

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Max Roach grew up in the church. His mother was a gospel singer. Few albums exhibit the church's lasting effect on his musical direction than Lift Every Voice and Sing. It's deeper than the album title. Roach invited the J.C. White Singers to accompany him along with tenor saxophonist Billy Harper's heart-wrenched solos. With all due respect to Roach -- who at the time of this recording was a legend and perhaps jazz's most impactful drummer to date -- Harper and the choir are the stars of this show. Listeners who aren't fans of gospel might not enjoy songs such as "Garden of Prayer" and "Troubled Waters," but make no mistake, this is a jazz album. The album's highlights, such as the dirge "Motherless Child," are accented, not dominated, by the gospel motif. Cecil Bridgewater turns in an inspired solo on "Let Thy People Go," an especially grooving tune propelled by Roach and pianist George Cables and lent an ominous heft from the J.C. White Singers. But it's the Elvin Jones/John Coltrane-esque interplay between Roach and Harper on "Joshua" that makes this album unforgettable -- every time the choir comes in, the emotion is enough to crumble the Wall of Jericho. ~ Vincent Thomas

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Lift Every Voice And Sing

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1
Motherless Child (LP Version) 00:07:21

Billy Harper, Tenor Saxophone - Ralph McDonald, Percussion - Traditional, Writer - Joel Dorn, Producer - George Cables, Piano - Max Roach, Arranger, Drums, MainArtist - Cecil Bridgewater, Trumpet - Eddie Mathias, Bass Guitar - JC White Singers, Additional Vocals - Ruby McClure, Lead Vocals

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

2
Garden of Prayer (LP Version) 00:02:47

Billy Harper, Tenor Saxophone - Ralph McDonald, Percussion - Joel Dorn, Producer - George Cables, Piano - Max Roach, Drums, Writer, MainArtist - Cecil Bridgewater, Trumpet - Eddie Mathias, Bass Guitar - JC White Singers, Additional Vocals - JC White, Lead Vocals - Patricia Curtis, Writer

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

3
Troubled Waters (LP Version) 00:07:00

Billy Harper, Tenor Saxophone - Ralph McDonald, Percussion - Traditional, Writer - Joel Dorn, Producer - George Cables, Piano - Abbey Lincoln, Arranger - Arrested Development, Drums - Max Roach, MainArtist - Cecil Bridgewater, Trumpet - Eddie Mathias, Bass Guitar - JC White Singers, Additional Vocals - Ruby McClure, Lead Vocals - Coleridge Pickerson, Arranger

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

4
Let Thy People Go (LP Version) 00:06:49

Billy Harper, Tenor Saxophone - Ralph McDonald, Percussion - Traditional, Writer - Joel Dorn, Producer - George Cables, Piano - Max Roach, Arranger, Drums, MainArtist - Cecil Bridgewater, Trumpet - Eddie Mathias, Bass Guitar - JC White Singers, Additional Vocals

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

5
Were You There When They Crucified My Lord (LP Version) 00:05:48

Billy Harper, Tenor Saxophone - Ralph McDonald, Percussion - Traditional, Writer - Joel Dorn, Producer - George Cables, Piano - Max Roach, Arranger, Drums, MainArtist - Cecil Bridgewater, Trumpet - Eddie Mathias, Bass Guitar - JC White Singers, Additional Vocals - William B. Williams, Arranger

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

6
Joshua (LP Version) 00:07:11

Billy Harper, Tenor Saxophone - Ralph McDonald, Percussion - Traditional, Writer - Joel Dorn, Producer - George Cables, Piano - Max Roach, Arranger, Drums, MainArtist - Cecil Bridgewater, Trumpet - Eddie Mathias, Bass Guitar - JC White Singers, Additional Vocals

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

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Max Roach grew up in the church. His mother was a gospel singer. Few albums exhibit the church's lasting effect on his musical direction than Lift Every Voice and Sing. It's deeper than the album title. Roach invited the J.C. White Singers to accompany him along with tenor saxophonist Billy Harper's heart-wrenched solos. With all due respect to Roach -- who at the time of this recording was a legend and perhaps jazz's most impactful drummer to date -- Harper and the choir are the stars of this show. Listeners who aren't fans of gospel might not enjoy songs such as "Garden of Prayer" and "Troubled Waters," but make no mistake, this is a jazz album. The album's highlights, such as the dirge "Motherless Child," are accented, not dominated, by the gospel motif. Cecil Bridgewater turns in an inspired solo on "Let Thy People Go," an especially grooving tune propelled by Roach and pianist George Cables and lent an ominous heft from the J.C. White Singers. But it's the Elvin Jones/John Coltrane-esque interplay between Roach and Harper on "Joshua" that makes this album unforgettable -- every time the choir comes in, the emotion is enough to crumble the Wall of Jericho. ~ Vincent Thomas

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