Posts Tagged ‘Jubilee quartets’

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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Hush

June 24, 2018

“Hush,” recorded by the Golden Gate Quartet, 1946.

“Soon one morning/Death comes a-creeping in the room”

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Dig A Little Deeper

January 21, 2018

“Dig A Little Deeper In God’s Love,” by The Fairfield Four, 1949. Rev. Sam McCrary (lead tenor), Edward Thomas (tenor), James Hill (baritone), Willie Frank Lewis (“utility”) and Isaac Freeman (bass). Yes, that’s five singers ….

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The Fairfield Four, 1989 NEA Heritage Fellowship

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