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G| 1 hr. 35 min.

Plot Summary
This is a filmed documentary of what could very loosely be termed the "African Woodstock." In 1971, several prominent African-Americans convinced the government of Ghana to hold a gala concert to commemorate that nation's 14th anniversary of independence. Some of the big American names participating in the resulting 14-hour event are Santana, Wilson Pickett and Roberta Flack, while African artists are represented by such acts as Kofi Ghanaba and the Kumasi Drummers.

Cast: Roberta Flack , Wilson Pickett , Tina Turner ,

Director: Denis Sanders

Genres: Documentary

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Release Date: April 7th, 2008|1 hr. 35 min.

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