Posts Tagged ‘Gospel music’

Prayer For The Sick

March 29, 2020

“Prayer For The Sick,” written by James Walker, recorded by The Dixie Hummingbirds, 1966.

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Climbing Higher Mountains

March 22, 2020

“Climbing Higher Mountains,” written by Clara Ward, recorded by Aretha Franklin, with James Cleveland and The Southern California Community Choir, 1972. Ms. Franklin’s father, Rev. C.L. Franklin, recorded this song in 1950.

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Just Another Day

March 15, 2020

“Just Another Day,” written and recorded by Tessie Hill, 1975.

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I Don’t Know Why

March 8, 2020

“I Don’t Know Why,” written by Thomas Dorsey, recorded by Katie Sankey, 1987.

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Yes He Can

March 1, 2020

“Yes He Can” by Tessie Hill, 1975.

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What Do You Know About Jesus?

February 23, 2020

“What Do You Know About Jesus?” recorded by Brother Joe May and Sister Wynona Carr, 1950. Ms. Carr is credited as the author. The Swan Silvertones recorded a version within a year or so.

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I’m So Glad That Trouble Don’t Last Always

February 16, 2020

“I’m So Glad (Trouble Don’t Last Always),” recorded by the Soul Stirrers, released about 1959. Sam Cooke. lead vocal. The Trumpeteers recorded a version in 1949.

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If Jesus Can’t Fix It

February 9, 2020

“If Jesus Can’t Fix It,” written by Avery Meeks and Bennie Meeks, recorded by the Jackson Southernaires, 1976.

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I Don’t Feel No Ways Tired

February 2, 2020

“I Don’t Feel No Ways Tired,” written by Curtis Burwell, recorded by James Cleveland and the New Jerusalem Baptist Church Choir, 1978.

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Heavy Load

January 19, 2020

“Heavy Load,” performed by the Jackson Southernaires, with help from the Mississippi Mass Choir, 1992. Lead vocalists: Huey Williams, Frank Williams, and Roger Bryant.

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