Vinyl LP pressing. Sounds of Liberation was a band - and a social movement - formed in of the Germantown & Mt Airy neighborhoods of Philadelphia in 1970. Sounds of Liberation were at the forefront of avant-garde Black expression in the early 1970s, putting action behind their creative endeavors. Sounds of Liberation is a six-song, 50-minute album of original music (with compositions attributed to the group, in addition to co-author Abraham Howard Jr. On "Happy Tuesday"). It was reissued to great acclaim by Porter Records in 2010 and - like the original version - has been out-of-print for many years. Now that the group's surviving members have re-formed and are performing again, Dogtown and Brewerytown Beats plan to keep it in print for the foreseeable future. This new reissue package - with liner notes by legendary Philly jazz chronicler, historian and author Francis Davis - has been prepared for this important reissue by group members, in collaboration with Peter "Max" Ochester of Philly's Brewerytown Beats Records.