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keep your eyes on the prize, hold on

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Published on Aug 1, 2013

A compilation of all available video performances from the 1963 "March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom". August 28 will be exactly 50 years since that historic day.

National Mall/Lincoln Memorial
Washington, DC
August 28, 1963
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15th Street and Constitution Avenue (Washington Monument Stage):
1. We Shall Overcome
Joan Baez (Guitar & Vocal)

2. Blowin' In The Wind

3. If I Had A Hammer (Part)
Peter Yarrow (Guitar and Vocal), Paul Stookey (Guitar & Vocal), Mary Travers (Vocal)

4. I'm On My Way
Odetta (Guitar & Vocal)

5. When The Ship Comes In
Bob Dylan (Guitar & Vocal), Joan Baez (Vocal)

Lincoln Memorial (Main Stage):
6. We Shall Not Be Moved
The Freedom Singers (Cordell Reagon, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Charles Neblett and Rutha Mae Harris) (Vocals)

7. If I Had A Hammer
Peter Yarrow (Guitar and Vocal), Paul Stookey (Guitar & Vocal), Mary Travers (Vocal)

8. All My Trials
Joan Baez (Guitar & Vocal)

9. Only A Pawn In Their Game
Bob Dylan (Guitar & Vocal)

10. Rally Song/Keep Your Eyes On The Prize (Hold On)
Len Chandler (Guitar & vocal), Joan Baez (Backing Vocal), Stuart Scharf (Guitar & Backing Vocal), Bob Dylan (Guitar, Unenthusiastic Backing Vocal)

11. He's Got The Whole World In His Hands
Marian Anderson (Vocal)

12. Freedom Is A Thing Worth Thinking About
Eva Jessye Choir (Vocals), Louis Andrew Fryerson (Baritone Vocal), Bill Dillard (Trumpet)

13. How I Got Over
Mahalia Jackson (Vocal)

Lincoln Memorial Stage (Post-March Unofficial Performances)
14. We Shall Overcome
Eva Jessye Choir (Vocals)

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