From the 1977 album "...And Ain't I a Woman?"
The New Harmony Sisterhood Band, definite in the mid-seventies from among students at the Goddard-Cambridge Graduate School for Social Change, draws on the folk idiom for style, and the women's release coming for breath. The socialist sings of the realities of running women and oppressed women, women who are duty models as activists (Sojourner Truth) and achievement fighters. Liner notes consist of a shortened biography of the band and of its members as miraculous as vocal music lyrics and chords for every of the album's tracks.
Licence : All Rights Reserved