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-'''''You've Got to Have Freedom''''' is a 2005 anthology of work by [[Pharoah Sanders]]. Taken from the labels [[Impulse! Records]], Theresa Records and [[Arista]], this is the first time that Sanders's works have been on one collection. Compiled by Laurence Prangell at [[Soul Brother Records]].+:''[[You've Got to Have Freedom (anthology)]]''
- +"'''You've Got to Have Freedom'''" is a [[1980]] musical composition by [[Pharoah Sanders]], published on [[Evidence Music, Inc]]. It was a popular track on the British [[acid jazz]] scene.
-ASIN B000ATJZA2+
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-== Track Listings ==+
-Disc: 1+
-1. Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt +
-2. Creator Has a Master Plan +
-3. Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah+
-4. Astral Traveling+
-5. Thembi+
-6. Morning Prayer+
-7. Summun Bukmun Umyun +
-8. Black Unity+
-9. Village of the Pharoahs +
-Disc: 2+
-1. Gathering [Edit]+
-2. Greeting to Saud (Brother McCoy Tyner)+
-3. Love Is Everywhere+
-4. Love Will Find a Way+
-5. You've Got to Have Freedom+
-6. Jitu+
-7. Rejoice+
-8. Heart Is a Melody of Time (Hiroko's Song)+
-9. Nozipho+
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"You've Got to Have Freedom" is a 1980 musical composition by Pharoah Sanders, published on Evidence Music, Inc. It was a popular track on the British acid jazz scene.



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