This vibrant soundtrack pulls together various blues and gospel artists, contemporary and legendary, to assemble a one of a kind album.
"BOYCOTT" dramatizes the events triggered in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955, when Rosa Parks defiantly refused to give up her seat in a "Whites Only" section of a municipal bus. A young minister named Martin Luther King Jr. organized a boycott of the Montgomery bus system that lasted 381 days, drew worldwide attention, and ultimately led the Supreme Court to rule the city's bus laws unconstitutional, the genesis of the modern-day Civil Rights movement with Dr. King as its shepherd.
1. King - Clark-Sheard, Karen / Hobbs, Darwin
2. Gotta Serve Somebody - Crawford, Beverly / Potter's House Mass Choir
3. Walkin' My Baby Back Home - Cole, Nat King
4. Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac - Gillespie, Dizzy
5. Revolution - Franklin, Kirk
6. Rain - Darrett, Kirk
7. Smokey Jack - Smokey Jack Blues Band
8. Blind Man - Hobbs, Darwin / Johnson, Molly
9. What a Time - Lawrence, Donald & the Tri City Singers / Murrill-Crooms, Arnetta
10. Issues - Darrett, Montrell
11. Ella's Song - Neville, Aaron / Sweet Hoeny In The Rock
12. Jesus Children of America - Sonder, Stevie / Winans, BeBe / Winans, Marvin L
13. United We Stand [*] - Jones, Brent & T.P Mobb / Katinas
CD is factory sealed with sticker on back cover.