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The Legacy of Harry Belafonte: When Colors Come Together 2017 by Photojournalist Lisa Pacino

On February 24, 2017 Sony Legacy will release the CD The Legacy of Harry Belafonte: When Colors Come Together; the works of this iconic singer, songwriter, actor, author, and activist.

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Legend Harry Belafonte. Photograph by Lisa Pacino.

When Colors Come Together… The Legacy of Harry Belafonte is an essential single-disc anthology of Harry Belafonte’s biggest hits and timeless classics and includes a new re-recording of one of the great pop standards in the Belafonte catalog, “Island In The Sun” entitled “When Colors Come Together (Our Island In The Sun),” performed by a children’s choir. With each track handpicked by Harry Belafonte, it provides a complete overview of the Mr. Belafonte’s musical career, bringing together his biggest hits and most socially conscious performances alongside songs that are simply near and dear to his heart.

Track Listings (One Disc- 19 Tracks)

When Colors Come Together (Island in the Sun) – When Colors Come Together Children’s Choir

Jump in the Line

Banana Boat (Day-O)

All My Trials

Empty Chairs

Matilda

Angelina

Turn the World Around

Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

Abraham, Martin and John

On Top of Old Smokey

Jamaica Farewell

Brown Skin Girl

Island In the Sun (From “Island In the Sun”)

Those Three Are On My Mind

Try to Remember

Mary’s Boy Child

Medley: Look Over Yonder/ Be My Woman, Gal

Pastures of Plenty

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Harry Belafonte (born Harold George Bellanfanti, Jr.; March 1, 1927, New York) is a singer, songwriter, actor, author, and social activist who has won three Grammy Awards, including a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, an Emmy Award, and a Tony Award. In 1989, he received the Kennedy Center Honors. In 1994, he was awarded the National Medal of Arts. And in 2014, he received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the Academy’s 6th Annual Governors Awards.

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Pamela Frank-Belafonte, Cicely Tyson, and Harry Belafonte, Broadway’s A Trip To Bountiful, Backstage-Dressing Room, New York, 2013. Photograph by Lisa Pacino.

Cicely Tyson, James Baldwin, Arthur Mitchell, and Harry Belafonte, To Be Young, Gifted and Black, backstage for a Gala, The Cherry Lane Theatre, New York, January 2, 1969. Photograph by Ron Galella.

Please visit over a dozen photo-articles we have published on Harry Belafonte including our most recent— HARRY BELAFONTE: A Champion of Civil, Social & Humanitarian Rights, Equality, and Democratic Socialism for Seven Decades:

https://undertheduvetproductions.wordpress.com/2017/03/05/harry-belafonte-a-champion-of-civil-social-humanitarian-rights-equality-and-democratic-socialism-for-seven-decades-by-lisa-pacino/

Lisa Pacino and Under The Duvet Productions are based in New York. Photography services are available worldwide. If you wish to book photography services, receive information, and/or license images for commercial and/or promotional use please E-mail: UnderTheDuvetProductions@gmail.com

Please visit our On-Line Magazine with over 270 articles:
https://undertheduvetproductions.wordpress.com/

Website:

http://lisapacino.smugmug.com/

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2 comments on “The Legacy of Harry Belafonte: When Colors Come Together 2017 by Photojournalist Lisa Pacino

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