|A1||Every Time I Feel The Spirit|
|A2||Balm In Gilead|
|A3||Volga Boat Song|
|A4||Monologue From Shakespeares Othello|
|A5||O Thou Silent Night|
|A6||Chinese Children's Song|
|A7||My Curley Headed Baby|
|A8||Old Man River|
|B1||Monologue From Boris Gudonov|
|B3||Christ Lag In Todesbanden|
|B4||Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel|
|B6||O No John|
|VRS 9051||Paul Robeson||At Carnegie Hall (LP)||Vanguard||VRS 9051||Australia||1960|
|GL 5768||Paul Robeson||At Carnegie Hall (LP, Mono, RE)||Philips||GL 5768||UK||1960|
|R 01334, S/5424||Paul Robeson||At Carnegie Hall (LP, Club, RE)||World Record Club, World Record Club, Vanguard||R 01334, S/5424||Australia||1978|
|AVRS 9016||Paul Robeson||At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album)||Vanguard, Amadeo||AVRS 9016||Austria||Unknown|
|VRS-9051||Paul Robeson||At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album, Mono)||Vanguard||VRS-9051||US||1961|
Album · 2006 · 22 Songs. On My Journey: Paul Robeson's Independent Recordings. The Originals: Spirituals (Remastered). The Great Paul Robeson.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This album is a bit personal for me since not so very long ago my cat died of cancer. On the way back from the vet after putting her down "going home" came on the radio. I couldn't drive and had to pull over. I bought the album that evening. The rest of the tracks are good as well.
Style: pop. Album year: 2012. Paul Robeson - On My Journey 01:46. Paul Robeson - This is the Hammer 01:51. Paul Robeson - O Grieve You Now My Mother 02:17. Paul Robeson - Eriskay Love Lilt 02:43. Paul Robeson - The Minstrel Boy 01:55. Paul Robeson - Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal 02:14. Paul Robeson - Freedom 02:04. Paul Robeson - Patterns of Folk Song 02:50. Paul Robeson - Chassidic Chant of Levi Isaac 02:50. Paul Robeson - Scandalize My Name 01:54. Paul Robeson - Go Down Moses 02:04.
Live At Carnegie Hall, 1958, 2006. Live At Carnegie Hall, 1958, 2006. Balm In Gilead, 02:33. Volga Boat Song, 03:32.
At Carnegie Hall (1960). Album by Paul Robeson.
When Paul Robeson took the stage at Carnegie Hall in May of 1958, it had been 11 years since he had previously concertized freely in the United States. Blacklisted from the entertainment industry at home, and with the State Department unwilling to issue him a passport, he had fallen into eclipse as a singer and actor over the previous eight years. The concert recorded here, one of two at Carnegie Hall in May of 1958, marked his return. The performances on this record would also be his only stereo recordings - all were, naturally enough, the work of Vanguard Records, the New York-based record.