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Kavanah (James Levin)

In June of this year I heard an interview on NPR’s Speaking of Faith, with Joe Carter.  The interview explored the African American Spiritual.  Joe Carter, until his death at the age of 57, was one of the preeminent authorities on the African American Spiritual.  He, the descendent of a slave family, rediscovered the spiritual at the age of 15 when he formed a duo with a Jewish friend while growing up in the Boston area.

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