is on stage since 1948. First as a member of the family band The Staples Singers, then as a solo artist – produced by such luminous figures as Steve Cropper, Curtis Mayfield, Ry Cooder and Prince. But who doesn’t want to give the greatest soul and gospel singer of all time a hand?
I fell in love with that song because of the message. I remember my sister and I were walking down the street one summer evening coming back from the store and heading home, and there was a beggar on the sidewalk. And he started singing in the most beautiful voice: «How many roads must a man walk down...». It stopped us us dead in our tracks. We just looked at each other, we couldn’t speak, it was so glorious.
Written by Albert E. Brumley, perfomed by anybody.