Posts Tagged ‘Sunday Morning Gospel Music’

God’s Got Everything You Need

November 17, 2019

“God’s Got Everything You Need,” by Slim & the Supreme Angels, 1985.

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I Know I’ve Been Changed

November 10, 2019

“I Know I’ve Been Changed,” as performed by The Staples Singers, Roebuck Staples and his children Cleotha, Mavis, Pervis, and Yvonne.

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Beat The Devil Running

November 3, 2019

“Beat The Devil Running,” recorded by The Messengers and Rev. Curtis Watson, 1994.

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Spread the Word

October 27, 2019

“Spread the Word,”by Albertina Walker and the Metro Mass Choir, 1983.

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Something Got a Hold of Me

October 20, 2019

“Something Got a Hold of Me,” written by James Cleveland, sung by Bishop Charles A. Craig and the Detroit Mass Choir.

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Are You Ready

October 13, 2019

“Are You Ready,” by James Cleveland & The Metro Mass Choir of the Gospel Music Workshop Chicago Chapter, 1981.

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Go Ahead

September 29, 2019

“Go Ahead,” recorded by Bishop Jeff Banks & Revival Temple Mass Choir, 1979. Soloist: Dorothy Johnson. Choir directed by Avery White.

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I Have A Friend Above All Others

September 15, 2019

“I Have A Friend Above All Others,” written by by Theodore R. Frye and Virginia Davis, recorded by The Soul Stirrers, ca. 1956. Lead vocalist: Sam Cooke.

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When I Get to Glory

July 28, 2019

“When I Get to Glory” by The Gospelaires, 1966.

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I’ll Fly Away

June 2, 2019

“I’ll Fly Away,” written by A.E. Brumley, recorded by The Trumpeteers, 1952. Joseph L. Johnson (lead vocal), Realeigh Tunage (tenor), Calvin Stewart (baritone), Joseph Armstrong (baritone), James Keel (bass).

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