Fighting Back (Choir Mix). Producer – Hazel O'Connor, Julian Marshall. RESL 182. Hazel O'Connor And The Arts Freedom Singers. Hazel O'Connor And The Arts Freedom Singers - Fighting Back (7"). BBC Records And Tapes.
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The Freedom Singers originated as a student quartet formed in 1962 at Albany State College in Albany, Georgia. After folk singer Pete Seeger witnessed the power of their of singing, which fused black Baptist acapella church singing with protest songs and chants, their performances drew aid and support to SNCC during the emerging Civil Rights Movement.
Hazel O'Connor & The Subterraneans 1980. Will You. Fighting Back 2005. Eighth Day. Cover Me In Noise 2003. The soundtrack album for Breaking Glass, which O'Connor wrote, was a huge . hit and spawned several singles, launching her musical career, although she continued to act on British TV and in several stage productions while maintaining an active touring schedule with her band Megahype.
Hazel O'Connor and Bluja, Clare Hirst, Sarah Fisher. TIK and TOK OFFICIAL. Arts and entertainment. Hue And Cry. Musician/band. Looking forward to be back playing with the wonderful The Subterraneans for the first time in quite a while and also accompanied by Clare Hirst and Sarah Fisher for an exclusive performance of Breaking Glass Live! This will be preceded by a very special unplugged performance of some of my 'Hallelujah Moments' with Clare and Sarah.
Hazel O'Connor (born 16 May 1955) is a British singer-songwriter and actress Hazel O'Connor. The film's soundtrack album featured songs written and performed by O'Connor and reached number 5 in the UK Albums Chart. It had a 38-week chart run and was certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry. Several tracks from the album were released as singles, the most successful being "Eighth Day" and "Will You" (with a notable saxophone solo by Wesley Magoogan) which both reached the UK Top 10. When O'Connor toured the UK to promote the album, the opening act were a then-unknown group called Duran Duran. Fighting Back – Live in Brighton (2005). The Bluja Project (2010).
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