A Bicentennial Celebration (M33838) (1975)

A lonely celebration of my country of birth’s independence from the country where I now live and coincidentally, my 300th post. Martial music to stir the proud Yankee soul, though, as even the two so-called “Black spiritual” songs sound pretty blanched out, perhaps 200 Years of American White People Brass Band and Chorale Music would’ve been a more accurate subtitle.

I got this at the same time as the Great American Documents Lp.

“Sweet land of Liberty, of thee I sing…”

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