Thursday, September 11, 2008

Some Of My Favorite Gospel Records...



I've been meaning to share some songs from my gospel collection, which has been growing slowly and unsteadily over the last couple years. Probably like a lot of people of my generation I got into gospel from the funk angle but that emphasis has definitely gone by the wayside for me. I'm all about these slow burning beauties now.

Tracklist:


1. The Gospel Clouds - Let Us Pray (Spectrum)
2. The Gospel Hummingbirds - Trouble Don't Last Always (W&E)
3. The Master Keys - I Won't Have To Cry (Styletone)
4. Eloise Polk - I'm Willing To Run All The Way (Prophecy)
5. Ruby & The Dreamers - A Right To Be Free (Pavillion)
6. The Gospel I.Q.'s - Heaven Was Made For Me (Su-Ann)
7. The Jackson Southernairs - On My Way Home (Songbird)
8. The Friendly Travellers - Going To A City (Wajo)
9. The Jackson Southernairs - Too Late
10. The Master Keys - I Cried Lord (Styletone)
11. The Daytonians - Let Jesus Work It Out (Church Door)
12. The Mighty Gospel Travelers - I Don't Know Why (Champ)
13. The Salem Travelers - Crying Pity & A Shame (Checker)
14. Sister Corene Barton - Lord I Need You As I Travel (J&W)
15. The Soul Superiors Of Detroit - What Ever You Do, Do Good (Designer)
16. The Daytonians - Lord Hold My Hand (Church Door)



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17 comments:

Comb & Razor said...

Awesome selection!

(Just discovered the blog and glad I did!)

Anonymous said...

thank you

Anonymous said...

really appreciate your kindness to share this wonderful music with us!
i wish all good to you!
thanx a lot,
cheers

avocado kid said...

very cool! more gospel please!

PKNY said...

This collection is making my Monday so much easier to deal with. Once again, thanks for sharing!

Mikie said...

Fucking awesome!!!

Walter Clark said...

Great collection. I've got rare gospel also if you want to trade

www.gummysoul.com

Pascal bida said...

How can i get one of your record? If you would like church website you can give me a call at 0141 530 4752

stilljoie said...

Hello - What's the scoop on that Daytonians record? Wish I could find a digital copy as the vinyl is so rare.

Best,
Brock

sabarish said...

Hello,
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Kindly visit our site and let us know your feedback. Send your feedback to joseph@gospell.org

Thank you,
Gospell

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sabarish said...

Hello,
We’re pleased to announce the launch of the beta version of Gospell. Gospell is a community-edited Christian music platform that gives you access to thousands of Christian songs, for free. People use Gospell to listen to songs, upload their creations and create songbooks of their favorite Christian music. Create an account on Gospell, today. And spread the word, far and wide.

Kindly visit our site and let us know your feedback. Send your feedback to joseph@gospell.org

Thank you,
Gospell

http://www.gospell.org/index.php/Main_Page

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Michael Ntho said...

I really appreciate the rich sounds of Black Gospel music. GOD bless you for this post. It's a blessing indeed & may the LORD richly bless the musicians on these records in this life & after. GOD bless you all!

John Sarkar said...

Thank You

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