Posts Tagged ‘Gospel music’

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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The Storm Is Passing Over

March 10, 2019

“The Storm Is Passing Over,” written by Donald Vails, performed by the Detroit Mass Choir.

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Oh Mary Don’t You Weep

March 3, 2019

“Oh Mary Don’t You Weep,” by the Swan Silvertones, 1959.

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Get Right Church

February 24, 2019

“Get Right Church” by Rev. James Cleveland. 1967 or so.

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You’ve Got a Friend

February 17, 2019

Carole King’s “You’ve Got a Friend,” rendered as Gospel by the Swan Silvertones.

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Meet Me In the City

February 10, 2019

“Meet Me In the City” by The Davis Sisters,” 1967.

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It’s Gonna Rain

February 3, 2019

“It’s Gonna Rain,” by the Sensational Nightingales, 1984.

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We’ll Understand It Better By And By

January 27, 2019

“We’ll Understand It Better By And By,” written by Rev. Charles Tindley, interpreted by the Davis Sisters.

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Don’t Miss That Train

January 20, 2019

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

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You Can’t Beat God Giving

January 13, 2019

“You Can’t Beat God Giving,” written by Doris Akers, performed by an ensemble conducted by Professor Ralph H. Goodpasture, accompanied by Billy Preston (Hammond B3 organ) and Donald Vails (piano).

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