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River of Life - Harmony One

Bernice Johnson Reagon

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A very nice Album list by Bernice Reagon Johnson

I enjoyed listening to Bernices songs she is a very talented artist. At a Unitarian Universalist retreat, I played her song "There Is More Love Somewhere" for the closing ceremony, it was very beautiful. ~skifun20

Great CD

This has THE version of We Are Climbing Jacob's Ladder. My jazz band director in college is always telling us that you've gotta "sell" what it is you are playing/singing. You can't simply phone it in. Well, let me tell ya folks, Bernice does just that on this CD - you can hear the urgency in her voice. This is wonderful. Buy it!

Biography

Born: October 4, 1942 in Albany, GA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Though perhaps most widely known as the founder and guiding force of the Washington, D.C.-based women's group Sweet Honey in the Rock, Bernice Johnson Reagon is also a noted political activist, a Distinguished Professor at Washington's American University and a curator emeritus at the Smithsonian Institution. She also occasionally records solo albums. During the '60s she was a founder of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee Freedom Singers. Before founding Sweet Honey in the Rock in 1973,...
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