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Malcolm X (soundtrack)

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Malcolm X
Malcolm X Soundtrack.jpg
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
Released1992
RecordedVarious
GenreJazz, R&B, blues, soul, hip hop
Length49:09
LabelQwest Records/Reprise Records
ProducerQuincy Jones (exec.), Spike Lee (exec.)

Malcolm X is the soundtrack to the 1992 Spike Lee film, Malcolm X.

Notes by Spike Lee

The album inner sleeve contains the following note from director Spike Lee:

Many of the artists on this project were friends of Detroit Red/Malcolm Little. Malcolm loved to dance, and to be around the music. We have attempted to re-create that music, that sound - the distinct sound of the African-American experience.

The songs gathered here, from Big Joe Turner's "Roll 'Em Pete" to Arrested Development's rap anthem, "Revolution", all in some way reflect what it means to live, breathe, die and love, as the descendants of slaves.

May we look forward to the day when Black Radio is as diverse as the music you're listening to here.

—Spike Lee, Brooklyn, NY, September 1992

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Revolution" (Arrested Development)Todd "Speech" Thomas & Taree Aerle JonesSpeech4:49
2."Roll 'Em Pete" (Big Joe Turner)Pete Johnson & Big Joe Turner 3:44
3."Flying Home" (Lionel Hampton)Benny Goodman & Lionel Hampton 3:15
4."My Prayer" (The Ink Spots)Jimmy Kennedy & George Boulanger 3:16
5."Big Stuff" (Billie Holiday)Leonard Bernstein 2:29
6."Don't Cry Baby" (Erskine Hawkins)Jimmy Johnson, Stella Unger & Saul Bernie 3:21
7."Beans And Cornbread" (Louis Jordan)F. Clark & E. Moore 2:51
8."Azure" (Ella Fitzgerald)Duke Ellington 2:21
9."Alabama" (John Coltrane)John Coltrane 2:26
10."That Lucky Old Sun Just Rolls Around Heaven" (Ray Charles)Dizzy Gillespie & Beasley Smith 4:23
11."Arabesque Cookie" (Duke Ellington)Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky & Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn 5:46
12."Shotgun" (Junior Walker & the All Stars)Autry DeWalt 3:03
13."Someday We'll All Be Free" (Aretha Franklin)Donny Hathaway & Edward U. HowardArif Mardin8:21
14."A Change Is Gonna Come" (Sam Cooke)Sam CookeHugo & Luigi3:12
Total length:49:09

References


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