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Paul Robeson

Paul Robeson excelled as an athlete, actor, singer, and activist, qualifying him as a contemporary renaissance man. His early accomplishments as a professional football player, Columbia law school graduate, and an actor on Broadway in the 1920s seemed but a prologue to even greater achievements to come. Involvement with the political left in the 1940s, however, led to a confrontation with the House of Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) in the late 1940s. He was blacklisted, his passport was revoked, and his career came to a halt.

Robeson was born on April 9, 1898 in Princeton, New Jersey. His father had been a runaway slave who became a Methodist minister, and his mother died from a stove-fire accident when he was six. At the age of 17, Robeson became the third African American to enter Rutgers College (now University) where he made All-American in football and lettered in four varsity sports. Many of these achievements were nonetheless overshadowed by racism: his teammates often harassed him and he was barred from the school's glee club. After Rutgers, he played professional football on the weekends to support his studies in law at Columbia University. Following graduation he obtained work at a New York law firm, but quit when a stenographer refused to copy a memo, telling him, "I never take diction from a n**ger."

Since Robeson already had experience in theater, his wife, Eslanda Cardozo Goode, encouraged him to pursue acting. In 1922 he appeared on Broadway, playing Jim in Jim H. Harris' Taboo, and then traveled to England where he revised the role. He joined Eugene O'Neill's Greenwich Village Provincetown Players on his return, and appeared in All God's Chillun Got Wings. He also won critical acclaim for his starring role in The Emperor Jones in 1925. Robeson toured England and the United States over the next three years, signing black spirituals and creating a sensation with his role as Joe in Showboat.

For the next ten years, Robeson lived abroad, avoiding the simmering racial conflicts in the United States. He appeared in Othello and The Hairy Ape, toured Europe, and even visited Russia, where he was well-received. In the late 1930s he also reexamined his passive stance toward political issues. After singing for the opponents of Franco in Spain, he embraced communism and decided to return to America to fight racism. Stateside, Robeson busied himself with protesting against lynching, picketing the White House, and refusing to perform for segregated audiences.

Even with his awakened interest in politics, Robeson maintained a busy acting and singing schedule in the early 1940s, first appearing in a radio performance of Ballad for Americans and later in the first American version of Othello to include an African American in the lead role. His controversial political positions, including a suggestion that blacks should refuse to fight if the United States went to war with Russia, soon caused repercussions. When appearing before HUAC, the Committee asked him why he didn't relocate to Russia. He replied: "Because my father was a slave, and my people died to build this country, and I am going to stay right here and have a part of it just like you."

The U.S. State Department revoked Robeson's passport in 1950, which meant he would be forced to remain in the United States, where he was blacklisted. When he completed his autobiography in 1958, even the New York Times and the New York Herald-Tribune chose not to review it. After his passport was reinstated in 1958, he traveled once again to Britain and Russia, where he remained popular. Following stage work in Europe and Australia, Robeson returned to the United States in 1963 due to declining health.

Isolated from many former friends and supporters, Robeson attempted to commit suicide twice. He also suffered a number of breakdowns and became dependent on psychotropic drugs. It was ironic to many that throughout the '60s and '70s, as African Americans began to actively fight for racial equality in the United States, Robeson, an outspoken advocate of these issues, remained withdrawn and on the sidelines. Americans, however, didn't forget him. On April 15, 1973, admirers gathered at New York's Carnegie Hall to celebrate his 75th birthday. Robeson was admitted to Presbyterian University Hospital in Philadelphia on December 28, 1975 following a massive stroke. He died on January 23, 1976. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr.
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Love Song

1. My Old Kentucky

2. Love Song

3. Joshua Fit De Battle of Jericho

4. Ol' Man River

5. Song of Freedom

6. Deep River

7. Rockin Chair

8. Shenandoah

9. Ma Curly Headed Baby

10. Trees

11. Land of My Father

12. Water Boy

13. Swing Low Sweet Chariot

14. It Ain't Necessarily So

15. Mighty Laka Rose

16. Canoe Song

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Track List: Voice Of The People

1. Ol' Man River (From "Showboat")

2. Canoe Song (From "Sanders Of The River")

3. All God's Chillun Got Wings

4. Shortnin' Bread

5. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

6. Lazy Bones

7. All Through The Night

8. Land Of My Fathers

9. River Stay Away From My Door

10. When It's Sleepy-Time Down South

11. Killing Song (From "Sanders Of The River")

12. Congo Lullaby (From "Sanders Of The River")

13. I Still Suits Me (Duet From "Showboat")

14. Lonesome Road

15. Rockin' Chair

16. Carry Me Back To Green Pastures

17. Old Folks At Home (Swanee River)

18. Song Of The Volga Boatmen

19. Joshua Fit De Battle Ob Jericho

20. Shenandoah

21. Mighty Lak' A Rose

22. It Ain't Necessarily So

23. Water Boy

24. David Of The White Rock

25. The Black Emperor (Song Of Freedom)

26. Ma Curly-Headed Baby

27. Deep River

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Track List: Songs Of Struggle (& More)

1. Joe Hill

2. John Henry

4. Kevin Barry

5. The Four Insurgent Generals

7. From Border To Border

10. Native Land

11. Song Of The Plains (Red Army Song)

13. Passing By

14. Thora

15. Love At My Heart

19. Just A-Wearyin' For You

20. St. Louis Blues

23. Swing Low Sweet Chariot

24. Ol' Man River (From "Showboat")

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Track List: "Greatest Rarities" Archive '56-'57

1. The Four Rivers

2. Hassidic Chant

3. The Minstrel Boy

4. Jerusalem

5. The House I Live In

6. Song Of The Warsaw Ghetto

7. There’s A Man Going ‘Round Taking Names

8. Sleep Baby

9. Witness

10. Night

11. Passing By

12. Welcoming Speech By President Of South Wales Miners (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957)

13. Reply To Welcoming Speech By Paul Robeson (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957)

14. Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957)

15. All Through The Night (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957)

16. This Little Night Of Mine (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957)

17. All Men Are Brothers (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957)

18. Schubert’s Lullaby (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957)

19. Y Delyn Aur (The Golden Harp) (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957)

20. (A) Land Of My Fathers (Excerpt) (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957) (B) We’ll Keep A Welcome In The Hillside (From ’Transatlantic Exchange’, 1957)

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Track List: Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child (Original Recordings)

1. Carry Me Back to Green Pastures

2. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

3. The Banjo Song

4. Round the Bend of the Road

5. Take Me Away from the River

6. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child

7. Song of Freedom

8. Sea Fever

9. Mary Had a Baby, Yes Lord

10. We Are Climbing Jacob's Ladder

11. Ol' Man River

12. Danny Boy

13. By and By

14. An Eriskay Love Lilt

15. John Henry

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Track List: A B.B.C. Home Service Programme Broadcast On Sunday 4 October, 1959

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Track List: Paul Robeson (2012)

1. Deep River

2. Hammer Song

3. Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel

4. John Brown's Body

5. No More

6. Ol' Man River

7. Scandalize My Name

8. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child

9. There's A Man Going Round Taking Names

10. Water Boy

11. We Are Climbing Jacob's Ladder

12. Witness

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Track List: Spirituals

1. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

2. Mary Had A Baby, Yes Lord

3. Joshua Fit De Battle Ob Jericho (Feat. Lawrence Brown)

4. I'm Goin' To Tell God All O' My Troubles

5. Hear The Lambs A-Cryin' (Feat. Lawrence Brown)

6. Witness (Feat. Lawrence Brown)

7. Weepin' Mary

8. Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen

9. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?

10. Ezekiel Saw The Wheel (Feat. Lawrence Brown)

11. Bye An' Bye (Feat. Lawrence Brown)

12. On Mah Journey

13. I Got A Home In That Rock

14. Steal Away

15. Water Boy

16. Deep River

17. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child/Minstrel Man

18. Git On Board, L'il Children/Dere's No Hidin' Place

19. Go Down Moses

20. Bear De Burden/All God's Chillun Got Wings

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Track List: Legends Of Music Collection

1. Balm In Gilead

2. Brother, Sing Your Country's Anthem

3. By An' By

4. By The Waters Of Babylon

5. A Perfect Day

6. A Woman Is A Sometime Thing

7. All God's Chillun Got Wings

8. All Through The Night (Ver 1)

9. All Through The Night (Ver 2)

10. At Dawning

11. Black Eyes (Dark Eyes)

12. Blue Prelude

13. Boris Gudunov (Mussorgsky)

14. Carry Me Back To Green Pastures

15. Mighty Lak' A Rose

16. Absent

17. A Motherless Child

18. Amazing Grace

19. Anthem Of The USSR

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Track List: Paul Robeson

Disc 1

3. Were You There? When They Crucified My Lord

4. Oh! Rock Me Julie / Oh! Didn't It Rain

5. Exhortation

6. Mary Had a Baby, Yes Lord

7. Bear De Burden / All God's Chillun Got Wings

9. By and By

10. Steal Away

12. Joshua Fit De Battle Ob Jericho

13. Dere's a Man Goin' Roun" Takin' Names

15. Scandalize My Name

16. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child / Minstrel Man

Disc 2

1. Canoe Song

2. Congo Lullaby

3. Love Song

4. Killing Song

5. Ol' Man River

6. I Still Suits Me

7. Sleepy River

8. Lonely Road

9. Song of Freedom

10. The Black Emperor

11. My Way

12. Golden River

13. Lazin'

16. Climbing Up

Disc 3

1. Mighty Like a Rose

2. My Old Kentucky Home

3. Passing By

4. No John No

5. Summertime

6. Song of the Volga Boatman

7. Trees

8. Songs My Mother Taught Me

10. The Rosary

11. The Cobbler's Song

12. Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal

13. All Through the Night

16. A Perfect Day

Disc 4

1. Mah Lindy Lou

2. Ma Curly Headed Baby

3. Round the Bend of the Road

4. Lazybones

5. Wagon Wheels

6. I Ain't Lazy, I'm Just Dreaming

7. Just a Wearyin' for You

8. Old Folks at Home

9. Carry Me Back to Green Pastures

10. So Shy

11. Rockin' Chair

13. It Ain't Necessarily So

14. An Eriskay Love-Lilt

15. Water Boy

16. Little Man, You've Had a Busy Day

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Track List: The Glorious Voice Of Paul Robeson (Remastered 2009)

1. At Dawning

2. Rockin' Chair

3. Mammy's Little Kinky Headed Boy

4. The Banjo Song

5. An Eriskay Love Lilt

6. River Stay 'Way From My Door

7. The Cobbler's Song

8. Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes

9. Lazy Bones

10. She Is Far From The Land

11. Gloomy Sunday

12. Honey (Dat's All)

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Track List: A Man And His Beliefs (Remastered)

1. Mammy

2. Nothin'

3. The Blind Ploughman

4. Snowball

5. Old Folks At Home

6. Poor Old Joe (Old Black Joe)

7. Lonesome Road

8. Dear Old Southland

9. When It's Sleepy-Time Down South

10. Loch Lomand

11. Roll Away Clouds

12. Ho Ho (Wagon Song)

13. Just Keepin' On

14. Climbing Up

15. Down De Lover's Lane

16. All Through The Night

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Track List: The Glorious Voice of Paul Robeson

1. Ballad For Americans

2. Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen

3. Lonesome Road

4. Nearer My God To Thee

5. Trees

6. All God's Chillun Got Wings

7. Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho

8. Mah Lindy Lou

9. Shortnin' Bread

10. By An' By

11. Ezekiel Saw The Wheel

12. Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel?

13. St Louis Blues

14. Just A-Wearyin' For You

15. Water Boy

16. Song Of The Plains

17. Rockin' Chair

18. Mighty Lak' A Rose

19. Song Of Freedom

20. Ol' Man River

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Track List: The Originals - Spirituals

1. Water Boy

2. Joshua Fit The Battle Ob Jericho

3. Shenandoah

4. Balm In Gilead

5. John Brown's Body

6. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child

7. Little Children, Get On Board

8. Deep River

9. Go Down Moses

10. John Henry

11. Bye An' Bye

12. Nobody Knows The Troubles I've Seen

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Track List: The Essential Paul Robeson - Vol. 1

1. Deep River

2. Joshua Fit De Battle Ob Jericho

3. Ol' Man River (From "Showboat")

4. Steal Away

5. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

6. Water Boy

7. Lonesome Road

8. Mighty Lak' A Rose

9. Carry Me Back To Green Pastures

10. Congo Lullaby

11. Lazy Bones

12. Mah Lindy Lou

13. My Curly-Headed Baby

14. When It's Sleepy-Time Down South

15. St. Louis Blues

16. Rockin' Chair

17. River, Stay 'Way From My Door

18. Little Man, You've Had A Busy Day

19. Just A-Wearyin' For You

20. It Ain't Necessarily So

21. I Still Suits Me

22. Canoe Song

23. Shenandoah

24. Song Of The Volga Boatmen

25. Summertime

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Track List: On My Journey: Paul Robeson's Independent Recordings

1. On My Journey: Mount Zion

2. Scandalize My Name

3. Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel?

4. Hassidic Chant: Kaddish

5. Jacob's Ladder

6. Songs My Mother Taught Me

7. The Minstrel Boy

8. The Orphan

9. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

10. Vi Azoi Lebt Der Keyser

11. Witness

12. Hammer Song (If I Had A Hammer)

13. Water Me From The Lime Rock

14. Let Us Break Bread Together On Our Knees

15. Amazing Grace

16. Shlof, Mein Kind (Sleep, My Child)

17. Skye Boat Song

18. Wanderer

19. I'm Gonna Let It Shine

20. Stand Still Jordan

21. Takin' Names

22. Dans Le Printemps De Mes Années

23. Passing By

24. Mistress Mine

25. Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal

26. Li'l Gal

27. Kevin Barry

28. Zot Nit Keynmol (Song Of The Warsaw Ghetto)

29. Joe Hill

30. Zvornost

31. Bear The Burden In The Heat Of The Day

32. No More Auction Block

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Track List: The Best Of Paul Robeson Volume 2

1. Summertime

2. I Still Suits Me

3. Short'nin' Bread

4. It Ain't Necessarily So

5. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

6. Rockin' Chair

7. Killing Song

8. Sleepy River

9. Lonesome Road

10. The Cobbler's Song

11. Carry Me Back To Green Pastures

12. Steal Away

13. Deep River

14. Love Song

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Track List: Live At Carnegie Hall, 1958

1. Every Time I Feel The Spirit

2. Balm In Gilead

3. Volga Boat Song

4. Monologue From Shakespeares Othello

5. O Thou Silent Night

6. Chinese Childrens Song

7. My Curley Headed Baby

8. Old Man River (Live) (Carnegie Hall, NY)

9. Going Home

10. Monologue From Boris Gudonov

11. The Orphan

12. Christ Lag In Todesbanden

13. Didnt My Lord Deliver Daniel

14. Lullaby

15. O No, John

16. Joe Hill (Live) (Carnegie Hall, NY)

17. Jacobs Ladder (Live) (Carnegie Hall, NY)

18. Chassidic Melody

19. Freedom

20. O Grieve You Now My Mother

21. This Is The Hammer

22. All Men Are Brothers

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Track List: The Great Paul Robeson

1. Round The Bend Of The Road

2. By And By

3. Canoe Song

4. Carry Me Back To Green Pastures (Remix)

5. Mood Indigo

6. Just A Wearyin' For You

7. Deep River

8. Songs My Mother Taught Me

9. Passing By

10. The Cobbler's Song

11. Song Of The Volga Boatmen

12. Oh ! No John

13. Just Dreaming

14. Lonely Road

15. So Shy

16. Little Man You've Just Had A Busy Day

17. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Remix)

18. A Dawning

19. Wagon Wheels Trees

20. Trees

21. Were You There

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Track List: Ol' Man River

1. Ol' Man River

2. Intro

3. Got The South In My Soul

4. St. Louis Blues

5. The Banjo Song

6. I Still Suits Me

7. Summertime

8. Just A Ewarin' For You

9. An Eriskay Love Lilt

10. Down The Lovers Lane

11. Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes

12. Sea Fever

13. Thora

14. Rehearsal Scene

15. Dear Old Southland

16. Jerusalem

17. Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal

18. Love At My Heart

19. King Joe

20. Mah Lindy Lou

21. Sylvia

22. Balm In Gilead

23. Goin' Home

24. Oh, No, John!

25. Joe Hill

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Track List: Ol' Man River - Best Of Paul Robeson

1. Ol' Man River (From "Showboat")

2. Steal Away

3. Joshua Fit De Battle Ob Jericho

4. Water Boy

5. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

6. Deep River

7. Lonesome Road

8. Mighty Lak' A Rose

9. River, Stay 'Way From My Door

10. Rockin' Chair

11. When It's Sleepy-Time Down South

12. Mah Lindy Lou

13. My Curly-Headed Baby

14. Carry Me Back To Green Pastures

15. Lazy Bones

16. St. Louis Blues

17. Congo Lullaby

18. Canoe Song

19. Shenandoah

20. I Still Suits Me

21. Summertime

22. It Ain't Necessarily So

23. Just A-Wearyin' For You

24. Song Of The Volga Boatmen

25. Little Man, You've Had A Busy Day

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Track List: Paul Robeson At The Peace Arch Park 1953 (Live)

1. Introduction (Live)

2. Speech At The Peace Arch Park (Live)

3. Without Thee (Live)

4. Scandaliz' My Name (Live)

5. Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel (Live)

6. Song Of The Four Rivers (Live)

7. We Are Climbing Jacobs Ladder (Live)

8. Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes (Live)

9. Go Down Moses (Live)

10. Joe Hill (Live)

11. Oh Thou Silent Autumn Night (Live)

12. Theme From Beethoven's 9th Symphony (Live)

13. Arise (Live)

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Track List: The Collector's Paul Robeson

2. Water Me From The Lime Rock

3. Scandalize My Name

4. Jacob's Ladder

5. Witness

6. Stand Still Jordan

8. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

9. Hassidic Chant (Kaddish)

10. Wanderer

12. Vi Azoi Lebt Der Keyser

13. The Minstrel Boy

16. Joe Hill

17. No More Auction Block

21. Let Us Break Bread Together On Our Knees

22. Amazing Grace

23. Skye Boat Song

25. Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal

28. Kevin Barry

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Track List: Ballad For Americans

1. Shenandoah (Vanguard Version)

2. Deep River (Vanguard Version)

3. Go Down, Moses

4. On My Journey

5. Water Boy (Vanguard Version)

6. The Minstrel Boy (Vanguard Version)

7. Londonderry Air (Danny Boy)

8. Loch Lomond

9. Joshua Fought The Battle Of Jericho

10. Get On Board Little Children

11. Scandalize My Name (Vanguard Version)

12. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child

13. Eriskay Love Lilt

14. Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal (Vanguard Version)

15. Mexican Lullaby

16. All Through The Night

17. Jerusalem

18. Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes

19. The Four Rivers

20. John Browns Body

21. The House I Live In

22. Ballad For Americans

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Track List: The Power And The Glory

1. By 'N' Bye

2. Sometimes I Fell Like A Motherless Child

3. John Henry

4. Waterboy

5. Go Down, Moses

6. Balm In Gilead

7. Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen

8. Joshua Fit De Battle Of Jericho

9. Swing Low,Sweet Chariot/ Every Time I Feel The Spirit

10. I Got A Home In Dat Rock/ Gimme Your Han'

11. No More Auction Block/ Great Gettin' Up Morning

12. Hear Da Lam's A Cryin'/ Going To Ride Up In De Chariot

13. I'll Hear De Trumpet/ Ezekial Saw De Wheel

14. Poor Wayfarin' Stranger/ Hammer Song

15. Dere's A Man Goin' Round / I Know De Lord

16. Git On Board, Little Chillun/ L'il David

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An amazing man, and an amazing talent!
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Please get Robeson's CD's from the 1940's and 50' and 60's; Proud Valley and The Odyssey of Paul Robeson would be good for starters.
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Amazing to watch him! Check him out on you tube he does an amazing rendition if I'm not mistaken of he Russian national anthem! Love it! Socialists have the best music!!
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Probably the best bass male singer Ive heard in my 87 years of life.
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I sing that on the stage
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I agree with Judith Saleby's comment!
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Wow he did so much despite all that was there to stop him and our kids today think its hard when today all u have to do is want it and go after it
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Robeson comes closest to the sound of what we would hear if G-d so sang.
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rmadany
Too bad such a sad life happened to such agifted man
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Ditto Danduke6 - my father is almost there; for all he's done for so many people and for all he's suffered for same yey he never complain - I may have to sing it myself. Now if I could just get this blame Pandora thing to play it. It says they have it and I created a station; I press de button and don' get nutttin'?
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Get the sense that Robeson was so unique it's hard to find other artists like him. I've been disappointed with almost all of the options so far. Can't reduce what he had to offer to a mathematical formula, perhaps...
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Surely would like to hear him do "Ol' Man River." My father
is long gone, but this song and this artist was one of his favrites.
He did not like P R's politics but he had great respect for his
singing.
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larryvine15
Create more biographical information. One of the greatest artists of the 20th centrury. a true renaissance man.

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