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Legendary 1971 concert film remastered from the original 35mm negative in which a brilliant mix of predominantly Afro-American soul artists take their music to West Africa to take part in a 14-hour extravaganza celebrating the 14th anniversary of Ghana's independence from British rule in front of over 100,000 locals in Black Star Square, Accra. Incendiary performances from Ike and Tina Turner, Wilson Pickett, the Staple Singers, jazz greats Les McCann and Eddie Harris, Santana and Voices of East Harlem see black America celebrating its cultural roots, Afrocentric-style. The soul of America in the heart of Africa. (00:58:00)