Posts Tagged ‘Gospel music’

He’s Sweet, I Know

May 19, 2019

“He’s Sweet, I Know,” recorded by the Swan Silvertones, 1971.

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Babylon’s Fallen

May 12, 2019

“Babylon’s Fallen,” recorded by The Trumpeteers, 1949.

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Don’t Miss That Train

May 5, 2019

“Don’t Miss That Train,” by The Trumpeteers, 1952.

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Milky White Way

April 28, 2019

“Milky White Way,” written by Lander Coleman, recorded by The Trumpeteers, 1946. Joseph E. Johnson (lead vocals), Raleigh Turnage (tenor), and Willie MacNair (baritone), James Keels (bass).

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When I Rose This Morning

April 21, 2019

” When I Rose This Morning,” sung by Mosie Burks, with dozens of her friends.

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Ride This Train

April 14, 2019

“Ride This Train” by the Canton Spirituals, 1993.  Harvey Watkins, Sr., lead vocalist.

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Hallelujah Anyhow

April 7, 2019

“Hallelujah Anyhow,” Rev. Clay Evans, with Rev. Oris Mays and The AARC Mass Choir, ca. 1992.

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The Old Ship Of Zion

March 31, 2019

“The Old Ship Of Zion,” performed by The Jackson Southernaires at the Jackson Municipal Auditorium, Jackson, Mississippi, 1992.

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Walk In Jerusalem

March 24, 2019

“Walk In Jerusalem,” by the Roberta Martin Singers, 1957.

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Out of the Depths

March 17, 2019

“Out of the Depths,” by the Banks Brothers (Bishop Jeff Banks and Rev. Charles Banks), recorded at the First Baptist Church, Nutley New Jersey, 1974.

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