On March 6, 1971, some of the greatest artists in the history of popular music traveled from the United States of America to Ghana, West Africa, to take part in a 14-hour musical celebration entitled "Soul To Soul." Over 100,000 enthusiastic locals gathered to witness this unique exchange of cultures between two continents. This award-winning film, newly remastered and restored from the original 35mm negative by the GRAMMY Foundation, combines classic concert performances with scenes of the artists getting in touch with their roots as they return to the cultural motherland of Africa. Now available for the first time on DVD, Soul To Soul documents this historic event and is considered by many to be one of the greatest music films of all time. include:
Tracklisting: - Wilson Pickett: in the Midnight Hour, Land of 1000 Dances - Ike & Tina Turner: River Deep-mountain High, Soul to Soul, Ooh Poo Pah Doo, i Smell Trouble - Les Mccann & Eddie Harris: the Price You Gotta Pay to Be Free- Hey Jorler - Santana: Jungle Strut, Black Magic Woman/gypsy Queen - The Staple Singers - When Will We Be Paid, Are You Sure - Voices of East Harlem: Run Shaker, Sit Yourself Down, Jolinkomo
Four Separate Commentary Tracks featuring Mavis Staples, Les McCann, Ike Turner, Michael Shrieve of Santana, Kevin Griffin of Voices Of East Harlem, original producer Tom Mosk and re-issue producers David Peck and Jon Kanis
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