I Have A Dream: Ten Songs Inspired By Martin Luther King Jr and the Black Civil Rights Movement. Martin Luther King Jr Assassinated On This Day, 1968.

1.  Marvin Gaye ‘Abraham, Martin and John’

(from the album That’s The Way Love Is, 1970)

2.  U2 ‘Pride (In The Name Of Love)’

(from the album The Unforgettable Fire, 1984).

3.  The Impressions ‘People Get Ready’

(from the album People Get Ready, 1965).

4.  Public Enemy ‘By The Time I Get To Arizona’

(from the album Apocalypse 91 … The Enemy Strikes Back, 1991).

5.  Lambchop ‘Sharing A Gibson With Martin Luther King Jr’

(from the album Oh (Ohio), 2008)

6.  Nina Simone ‘Why? (The King Of Love Is Dead)’

(from the album Nuff Said!, 1968).

7.  Billie Holiday ‘Strange Fruit’

(B-side of the single Fine and Mellow, 1939).

8.  James Brown ‘Say It Loud – I’m Black and I’m Proud’

(from the album Say It Loud – I’m Black and I’m Proud, 1968).

9.  Primal Scream ‘Star’

(from the album Vanishing Point, 1997).

10. Gil Scott-Heron ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised’

(from the album Pieces of A Man, 1971).