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This Now Playing shines the spotlight on Donny Hathaway with a tracklist that spans soulful themes of love, hope, and introspection. It includes iconic songs like "The Ghetto - Part 1," "A Song For You," and "Where Is The Love" featuring Roberta Flack, showcasing his emotive vocals and poignant lyrics. This collection also delves into social issues with tracks like "Little Ghetto Boy" and ends on a hopeful note with "Someday We'll All Be Free," leaving a lasting impact with it's soul-stirring melodies and messages of resilience.
This Now Playing shines the spotlight on Donny Hathaway with a tracklist that spans soulful themes of love, hope, and introspection. It includes iconic songs like "The Ghetto - Part 1," "A Song For You," and "Where Is The Love" featuring Roberta Flack, showcasing his emotive vocals and poignant lyrics. This collection also delves into social issues with tracks like "Little Ghetto Boy" and ends on a hopeful note with "Someday We'll All Be Free," leaving a lasting impact with it's soul-stirring melodies and messages of resilience.
603497825165
Donny Hathaway - Now Playing

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ATLANTIC
Rel. Date: 06/21/2024
UPC: 603497825165

Now Playing
Artist: Donny Hathaway
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order $21.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Ghetto, Pt. 1 (Mono)
2. Giving Up
3. A Song for You (Mono Single Version)
4. Little Ghetto Boy
5. Jealous Guy (Live)
6. Where Is the Love - By Roberta Flack ; Donny Hathaway
7. You've Got a Friend - By Roberta Flack ; Donny Hathaway
8. Someday We'll All Be Free
9. I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know (Mono)
10. Love, Love, Love

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This Now Playing shines the spotlight on Donny Hathaway with a tracklist that spans soulful themes of love, hope, and introspection. It includes iconic songs like "The Ghetto - Part 1," "A Song For You," and "Where Is The Love" featuring Roberta Flack, showcasing his emotive vocals and poignant lyrics. This collection also delves into social issues with tracks like "Little Ghetto Boy" and ends on a hopeful note with "Someday We'll All Be Free," leaving a lasting impact with it's soul-stirring melodies and messages of resilience.
        
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