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Anti-War Jazz

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39 songs in this group




(What Did I Do to Be So) Black and Blue‎
(Louis Armstrong)
A Love Supreme
(John Coltrane)
Alabama
(John Coltrane)
All Africa
(Max Roach)
Amna
(Giulio Stocchi e Gaetano Liguori)
Cease the Bombing
(Grant Green)
Circus '68, '69
(Charlie Haden)
Come Sunday
(Duke Ellington)
Cry of My People
(Cal Massey)
Driva’ Man
(Max Roach)
Freedom
(Charles Mingus)
Freedom Day
(Max Roach)
George Gershwin: Summertime
(GLI EXTRA DELLE CCG / AWS EXTRAS / LES EXTRAS DES CCG)
Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah
(Pharoah Sanders)
Hymn to Freedom
(Oscar Peterson)
I cinquantatré giorni
(Giulio Stocchi e Gaetano Liguori)
Il piccolo Fadh
(Giulio Stocchi e Gaetano Liguori)
Kristallnacht
(John Zorn)
La madre
(Giulio Stocchi e Gaetano Liguori)
March on Selma
(Blue Mitchell)
Mendacity
(Max Roach)
Not In Our Name
(Charlie Haden)
Oh Lord, Dont Let Them Drop That Atomic Bomb On Me
(Charles Mingus)
Original Faubus Fables
(Charles Mingus)
Peace On Earth
(John Coltrane)
Peace Piece
(Bill Evans)
Rawalpindi Blues
(Carla Bley)
Remember Rockefeller at Attica
(Charles Mingus)
Song of the Underground Railroad
(John Coltrane)
Stop the War (the Cats Are Killing Themselves)‎
(Wingy Manone‎)
Strange Fruit
(Billie Holiday)
Tears for Johannesburg
(Max Roach)
The Black Liberation Movement Suite
(Cal Massey)
The Freedom Rider
(Art Blakey)
The Selma March
(Grant Green)
The Woe
(Steve Lacy)
Triptych: Prayer-Protest-Peace
(Max Roach)
Tutu
(Miles Davis)
War Orphans
(Ornette Coleman)




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