Freedom Highway is a 1965 album by The Staple Singers (Epic LN24163/ BN26163). The title song referred to the murder of Emmett Till at Tallahatchie River. The lyrics begin March up freedom's highway, March, each and every day. and continue Made up my mind, And I won't turn around.
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New Album Releases – download full albums, daily updates! . Tracklist: 01 – Intro by Pops Staples (Live) 02 – When the Saints Go Marching In (Live) 03 – The Funeral (Live) 04 – Build on That Shore (Live) 05 – We Shall Overcome (Live) 06 – Freedom Highway (Live) 07 – What You Gonna Do (Live) 08 – Precious Lord, Take My Hand (Live) 09 – When I’m Gone (Live) 10 – Help Me Jesus (Live) 11 – Rev – Hopkins Offering (Live).
Produced by Billy Sherrill. Album Freedom Highway. Freedom Highway Lyrics. March for freedom's highway March each and every day Made up my mind and I won't turn around Made up my mind and I won't turn around There is just one thing I can't understand my friend Why some folk think freedom Was not designed for all men. Yes I think I voted for the right man Said we would overcome. Freedom Highway" Track Info. Written By Pops Staples. Cover By. Freedom Highway by Rhiannon Giddens (Ft. Bhi Bhiman).
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