Bob & Marcia: Young Gifted & Black

Bob & Marcia SKU: 42578833
Bob & Marcia: Young Gifted & Black

Bob & Marcia: Young Gifted & Black

Bob & Marcia SKU: 42578833

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Young Gifted & Black
Artist: Bob & Marcia
Label: Trojan Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 4050538691450
Genre: Reggae

Vinyl LP pressing. Leading reggae label Trojan Records have delved back in time to express their ongoing support for the most profound universal movement this year, the Black Lives Matter campaign. Recalling Black musicians and artists that defined history, the record label is celebrating 50 years since Bob and Marcia's hit record Young, Gifted and Black peaked at number 5 in the UK chart by launching a new website showcasing Black excellence. Originally recorded and released by Nina Simone in 1969, the song's powerful message struck a chord with Black communities across the globe and contributed to US history as an anthem of the Civil Rights Movement. Writing the song with poet Weldon Irvine, Nina Simone told him that she wanted to lyrics that would "make Black children all over the world feel good about themselves forever".

1.1 To Be Young Gifted and Black
1.2 Private Number
1.3 United We Stand
1.4 We've Got to Get Ourselves Together
1.5 Peace in Your Mind (Peace of Mind) - By Bob Andy
1.6 It's a Rockin' Good Way
2.1 It Ain't Me Babe
2.2 Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing
2.3 Put a Little Love In Your Heart - By Marcia Griffiths
2.4 The Onion Song
2.5 Gee Baby Ain't I Good to You
2.6 Keep the Customer Satisfied
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