So as we're woking on a deeper breath about Langston's Randy Weston collabo, Uhuru Afrika, we find this note that only adds to the case we were making in yesterday's shorter observation: "He also helped to prepare two television shows. In one case for the CBS series "Look Up and LIve," he narrated a gospel concer with the 120 voice Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir ("In a gospel church, when they ride on th eglory train of song," nobody is ashamed, or afraid of being carried away"). On th elocal ABC program "Expedition New York," he talked about "A Poet's Harlem."
'S just what we were saying. There's all of these artifacts that the book of Langston is full of more than writing. We are not up to writing him off as grinding this. We're always looking for the man's conjuring way, and suspect we'll find it here, too.