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This Land

The Staple Singers

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1
This Land
The Staple Singers
2:42
2
Old Time Religion
The Staple Singers
2:33
3
Blowin' In The Wind
The Staple Singers
2:29
4
Wish I Had Answered
The Staple Singers
2:50
5
Twelve Gates To The City
The Staple Singers
2:44
6
Gamblin' Man
The Staple Singers
2:44
7
Didn't It Rain
The Staple Singers
2:50
8
Swing Down, Chariot!
The Staple Singers
2:42
9
Let That Liar Alone
The Staple Singers
2:48
10
Cottonfields
The Staple Singers
2:08
11
Motherless Children
The Staple Singers
3:03
12
A Better Home
The Staple Singers
3:18
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    32:51
While the centrepiece of this 1963 release from the Staple Singers is a classic interpretation of Woody Guthrie's This Land Is Your Land, another notable cover here is Blowin' In The Wind, the first time an African-American group had ever recorded a Bob Dylan song. This Land is one of four gospel-based albums the Staple Singers issued on the Riverside label in the early 1960s.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Concord Music Group Studio Masters

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