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Walking the Back Streets and Crying
Little Milton (guitar & vocals) is featured preforming his song "Walking the Back Streets and Crying" in 1972 in an excerpt from the "Wattstax" documentary.
The 1973 documentary film "Wattstax" by Mel Stuart focuses on the 1972 Wattstax music festival and the African American community of Watts in Los Angeles, California. The film was nominated for a Golden Globe award for Best Documentary Film in 1974. The concert was held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on August 20, 1972, and organized by Memphis's Stax Records to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the Watts riots. It was perceived by some as "the Afro-American answer to Woodstock". To enable as many members of the black community in L.A. to attend as possible, tickets were sold for only $1.00 each. The Reverend Jesse Jackson gave the invocation, which included Reverend William H. Borders, Sr.'s "I Am - Somebody" poem, which was recited in a call and response with the assembled stadium crowd.
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