A Grain of Sand: Music for the Struggle by Asians in America by Yellow Pearl
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You are going to love and just like you just don't love you. If you say just what you heard. Pearl thank you. We are we are
and we are the one who in time is telling only how long it takes as our duty on our captors will hold in Peril a great. Attorney. No doubt. Will the. Parents at the age of 21 in a
family of a friend. I was the youngest bit of choice was left to me but to move to a foreign land or mourn the passing of this wandering around in this country 19 25 16 hour day. Just to try and stay alive when I thought I was doing five and I lost everything in the crash of 29. Been long been was montre. I'd wander from city to city that
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the car in the letters said he to protect democracy. But why do it all is still a mystery to me. As for my oldest son HUME There is as all his money to the end that sells. Sit in this park to think about most things. I sit in this bar stare to hear more of this wondering.
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me. What does it mean. It's just told you go away from what you. It's Justin Volpe bring to life you and your boy me lock you up and brought me here.
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I never know when we're out of time and I move on. Just what is seen known again by me. And try to teach living. Did you know where. When and
where to try to keep track. Of. He was bringing.
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where the strongest dogs human were to hit. Oh.
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- WYSO (Yellow Springs, Ohio)
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- Episode Description
- The album, A Grain of Sand: Music for the Struggle by Asians in America, by the group, Yellow Pearl, was recorded by Paredon Records in 1973. Yellow Pearl performed folksongs, political ballads and protest songs at community venues, rallies and colleges across America. Members of the group were: Chris Kando Iijima (1948-2005) was an Asian American folksinger, educator and legal scholar. Joanna Nobuko Miyamoto Charlie Chin. Songs included on the album were: "Yellow Pearl", "Wandering Chinaman", "Imperialism is Another Word For Hunger", "Something About Me Today", "Jonathan Jackson", "We Are The Children", "Warriors of the Rainbow", "The Foolish Old Man Who Removed the Mountains", "War Of The Flea", "Divide And Conquer", "Free The Land".
- Program Description
- This item is part of the Asian Americans section of the AAPI special collection.
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- folk music; Asian Americans; MUSIC
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Writer: WYSO FM 91.3 Public Radio
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Identifier: M 387 (WYSO)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
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