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is adapted from the book, Glory Days: 365 Inspired Moments in African-American History, by Janus Adams

"Amazing Grace"
Wintley Phipps

"Steal Away"
Hattie Winston

"Were You There"
Max Roach, J. C. White
"Another Man Done Gone"

"This Little Light of Mine"

This week on THE JANUS ADAMS SHOW,  a Black History Month special: GLORY DAYS-IN-CONCERT.  A tribute to the African American experience in word and song, this two-part program features readings from Janus' "Glory Days" history trilogy and the music of a people from the Spirituals to the Work Songs, Gospel, Jazz, and HipHop.

PART ONE:  African Dawn to the Americas - the Early Years

PART TWO:  From Civil War to Civil Rights and the Making of a President

Hear the show streamed live Saturdays at 4:00 pm on WJFF Radio Catskill.  Subscribe to our podcast (uploaded every Monday) and listen to past shows on SoundCloud.

​Tags: Black History Month, Glory Days, Gospel, Jazz, HipHop, Work Songs.  

"How I Got Over"
Joshua Nelson

"Fix Me Jesus"
African American Spiritual
arr. Hall Johnson

Max Roach, Abbey Lincoln
Music heard on the show:
"How I Got Over"
Vickie Winans

Yoruba drumming
Percussions D'Afrique

"Lift Every Voice and Sing" BeBe Winans

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Glory Days-in-Concert:

A Black History Month Tribute