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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Various Artist - Malcolm X (1992)

1. Revolution by Arrested Development
2. Roll 'em Pete by Joe Turner
3. Flying Home by Lionel Hampton
4. My Prayer by The Ink Spots
5. Big Stuff by Billie Holiday
6. Don't Cry Baby by Erskine Hawkins
7. Beans And Cornbread by Louis Jordan
8. Azure by Ella Fitzgerald
9. Alabama by John Coltrane
10. That Lucky Old Sun Just Rolls Aound Heaven by Ray Charles
11. Arabesque Cookie by Duke Ellington
12. Shotgun by Jr Walker And The All-Stars
13. Someday We'll All Be Free by Aretha Franklin

Thanks to Hip-Hop Is Read

Link to soundtrack review
Terence Blanchard - Malcolm X [Original Score] (1992)

Link to m
ovie review
Spike Lee - Malcolm X (1992)


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