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performed by Corliss Lamont, 1902-1995; in Corliss Lamont Sings for His Family and Friends a Medley of Favorite Hit Songs from American Musicals (Folkways Records, 1977), 1 min

Corliss Lamont is remembered as a humanist, a Marxist philosopher, and a fighter for civil liberties and international peace; he also was a professor at Columbia, Cornell, Harvard and the New School for Social Research. On this album he reveals another interest and talent: singing hit tunes from American musicals....

performed by Corliss Lamont, 1902-1995; in Corliss Lamont Sings for His Family and Friends a Medley of Favorite Hit Songs from American Musicals (Folkways Records, 1977), 1 min
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written by Shalom Asch, 1880-1957 (Folkways Records, 1977), 1 hour 19 mins
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What if I am a Woman?, Vol. 1: Black Women's Speeches
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produced by Mical Whitaker, 1941- (Folkways Records, 1977), 1 hour 3 mins

This collection of speeches written by influential 19th century African-American women’s rights activists presents views of equality, tolerance, action, and strength propagated by some of the people in American history who struggled the hardest to fight the prejudices and injustices of their time, and who refuse...

produced by Mical Whitaker, 1941- (Folkways Records, 1977), 1 hour 3 mins
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Enhancing Psychic Energy
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produced by Lee Rabinowitz Steiner, fl. 1977 (Folkways Records, 1977), 26 mins
produced by Lee Rabinowitz Steiner, fl. 1977 (Folkways Records, 1977), 26 mins
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Sounds of Steam Locomotives, No. 5: The Stack Music Spectacular
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produced by Vinton Wight, fl. 1956 (Folkways Records, 1976), 38 mins

This “spectacular” collection of sounds of Steam Locomotives was recorded in 1976 by Vinton Wight. Unlike the previous volumes in this series, this compilation seeks to capture unusual sounds produced by the locomotives: “They are spectacular because of the unusual situation, the condition of the terrain, or...

produced by Vinton Wight, fl. 1956 (Folkways Records, 1976), 38 mins
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The Reason I Like Chocolate
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written by Nikki Giovanni, 1943- (Folkways Records, 1976), 20 mins

Nikki Giovanni reads her poems for children, many of which carry a child-like sensibility. These are sure to delight, with titles like "Parents Never Understand" and "James Shell’s Snowball Stand."

written by Nikki Giovanni, 1943- (Folkways Records, 1976), 20 mins
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