|1||–Stanton Davis' Ghetto/Mysticism||Space-A-Nova||4:48|
|2||–The Pharaohs||Freedom Road||5:51|
|3||–Gato Barbieri & Dollar Brand||81st Street||8:37|
|4||–Ralph Thomas||Big Spliff||5:54|
|5||–The Hastings Street Jazz Experience||Yes Lord||5:01|
|6||–Amina Claudine Myers||3/4's Of 4/4||5:13|
|7||–Steve Colson & The Unity Troupe||Lateen||8:31|
|8||–Archie Shepp||Attica Blues||4:47|
|9||–Errol Parker||Street Ends||8:10|
|10||–The Lloyd McNeill Quartet||Dig Where Dat's At!||3:34|
|12||–Gary Bartz NTU Troop||The Drinking Song||5:14|
|13||–Sun Ra And His Outer Space Arkestra||Nuclear War||7:42|
|14||–Edward Larry Gordon||All Pervading||2:32|
|15||–Joe Henderson||Foregone Conclusion||4:55|
|16||–Joe McPhee & John Snyder||Shadow Sculptures||3:35|
|17||–Mary Lou Williams||Miss D.D.||2:27|
|18||–Roy Brooks & The Artistic Truth||Black Survival||2:25|
|19||–Horace Tapscott & The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra||Peyote Song No. III||7:07|
|20||–Michael White||The Blessing Song||6:02|
|21||–Art Ensemble Of Chicago||Old Time Religion||7:37|
|22||–Pheeroan Ak Laff||3 In 1||6:19|
|23||–Philip Cohran & The Artistic Heritage Ensemble||The African Look||3:32|
- Compiled By, Sleeve Notes [Sleevenotes] – Stuart Baker
- Design [Sleeve] – Adrian Self, Rod The Plod
- Mastered By – Duncan Cowell, Pete Reilly
- Photography By – David Fenton , Donald Uhrbrook, Gilles Petard, Jack Manning , Jim McCrary, Mike Smith , Oliver Lake, Patrice Lumbada, Ralph Morse, Vernon Merritt III
Mastered by Duncan Cowell at Sound Mastering and Pete Reilly.
℗ Soul Jazz 2009. © Soul Jazz 2009.
Track 1-01 taken from the Oliver Lake album "NTU: Point From Which Creation Begins", and the artist is wrongly referred to as "Oliver Lake/NTU" on this release.
Track 2-07, "Freedom Road", is incorrectly titled "Freedom Time" on this release.
Track 2-11 is slightly incorrectly titled on this release as "Dig Where Dat's At" (without the exclamation mark on the end), and the artist is wrongly referred to as just "Lloyd McNeill" on this release.