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Soldiers Of The Marshes - Paul Robeson - Songs Sung By Paul Robeson (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Paul Robeson had an unusual voice: a bass with baritone colorations, huge and powerful, with what can best be described as a mellow urgency. If that description confuses, then you'll just have to get this album and hear for yourself what I mean. Robeson championed the cause of the working man through his music.5/5(1).
  2. While well known as a political activist and actor, Paul Robeson the singer also had a commanding presence, achieved through the quality of his baritone and the feeling he brought to the songs he chose to sing. This collection represents a true cross-section of his repertoire: folk songs, work songs.
  3. Entertainer and activist Paul Robeson's political philosophies and outspoken views about domestic and international Communist countries and movements were the subject of great concern to the western mass media and the United States Government, during the Cold gestsoulucurfeicompprettherstertemptawars.coinfo views also caused controversy within the ranks of black organizations and the entertainment industry.
  4. Paul Robeson Paul Leroy Robeson (/ˈroʊbsən/ ROHB-sən April 9, – January 23, ) was an American singer and actor who was a political activist for the Civil Rights Movement. Although Robeson achieved artistic and financial success, the Spanish Civil War effectuated his deprecation of his commercial career in order to proselytize.
  5. on Paul Robeson: The Complete EMI Sessions Plantation Songs (Part 2): Away Down South in Dixie - Poor Old Joe - Oh, Susanna - My Old Kentucky Home on Paul Robeson: The Complete EMI Sessions
  6. An English version of Polushko Poluye (Song of the Plains) sung by Paul Robeson. Robeson sticks to the original Russian text in the refrain but sings the verses in English. Robeson was a lawyer, athlete, activist, actor, and singer. His alleged communist sympathies (not irrelevant in the making of this recording) and fascination with Soviet.
  7. Jul 02,  · The walls held huge photos of Paul Robeson: in his football helmet on the field at Rutgers [University]; on a concert stage, his mouth open in song; marching on a picket line. These were the.
  8. Paul Robeson was an American born musician, most famous for his political views. He was a communist, and sang the English version of the National Anthem of the Soviet Union.

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