On Feb. 14 Entertainment One will release the soundtrack to "Soundtrack for a Revolution," last year's documentary about civil rights protest music.
The film, which was directed by Bill Guttentag and Dan Sturman and executive produced by Danny Glover, featured footage of contemporary artists like TV on the Radio, John Legend and The Roots covering classic protest music. Now, you can listen to those covers on your iPod.
We have a tracklist and a video of The Roots and TV on the Radio covering "Turn Me Around" below.
Soundtrack for a Revolution
1. “Wade in the Water” performed by Angie Stone
2. “Eyes on the Prize” performed by Joss Stone
3. “This May Be the Last Time” performed by Anthony Hamilton & The Blind Boys of Alabama
4. “We Shall Not Be Moved” performed by Mary Mary
5. “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” performed by Richie Havens
6. “Turn Me Around” performed by The Roots & TV on the Radio
7. “Woke Up This AM” performed by John Legend
8. “The State of Mississippi” performed by Wyclef Jean
9. “We Shall Overcome” performed by Anthony Hamilton, Blind Boys of Alabama, Joss Stone, The Roots, Mary Mary & Richie Havens
10. “Oh Freedom” performed by Vivian Green