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An electrifying version of the hymn Pass Me Not, Oh Gentle Saviour. I think that it was recorded about 1960. The lead singer, West Virginia's Claude Jeter, was surely an influence on Al Green. This record featured on the movie The Big Easy, which was strange because the rest of the soundtrack was by Louisiana artists. Good choice all the same.
REV CLAUDE JETER
From the album MAHALIA & FRIENDS AT CHRISTMASTIME
Very funky and intense Gospel 45
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This is a very old, but powerful arrangement of the hymn 'He's Sweet I Know' performed by "Lady Albertina Walker" as the radio announcer called her. This single is no longer published. I'm sorry for the poor sound quality but it was the best that could be done. I decided to post this version anyway, and prayerfully despite the scratchy background, the reverence is what will shine through and be a blessing to someone else as well.
Cult blues artists Tom Rodwell & Storehouse perform their improvised version of the traditional spiritual "If You Think Your God is Dead, Try Mine - He's Still Alive" (made famous by the Swan Silvertones) at Jamboree, London in May 2011. Feat. Tom Rodwell (guitar, vox, stomp), Art Terry (accordion) and Damian Immigration (broomstick percussion and stomping). More info and live dates at www.tomrodwell.com "Late in the evening Heard somebody say Late in the evening Heard somebody say 'If you think your god is dead try mine he's still alive If you think your god is dead try mine he's still alive he's still alive still alive he's still alive he's still alive he's still alive he's still alive'." Copyright (c) 2011, Fireplace Recordings. All Rights Reserved.
This is Eddie Williams, former accompanist for the Caravans, and his group. I love the sermonette he does before the song...TIDE CAN'T DO IT!! My My! I hope that you enjoy!
Sunday morning worship at Kings coC in Brooklyn, NY.
Songlist- 1952- This Little Light of Mine (The Clara Ward Singers) Think of His Goodness to You (The Caravans) I Never Heard of a City (Queen C. Anderson) The Old Landmark (The Clara Ward Singers) 1953- I Don't Care What the World May Do (The Alex Bradford Singers) Crying in the Chapel (The Orioles) Didn't It Rain (Mahalia Jackson) He's Got the Whole World in His Hands (Mahalia Jackson) Since I Met Jesus (The Caravans feat. Bessie Griffin) When We All Get to Heaven (The Clara Ward Singers) I Must Tell Jesus (Jessie Mae Renfro) 1954- No Hiding Place (Dorothy Love Coates and the Original Gospel Harmonettes) He's Calling Me (Dorothy Loves Coates and the Original Gospel Harmonettes) Jesus Is a Friend (The Swan Silvertones) Too Close to Heaven (The Alex Bradford Singers) 1955- I'm Happy Working For the Lord (Brother Joe May) See How They Done My Lord (The Sensational Nightingales) Be With Me Jesus (Sam Cooke and the Soul Stirrers) Twelve Gates to the City (The Davis Sisters) It's a Long Long Way (The Sallie Martin Singers) He'll Wash You Whiter Than Snow (The Alex Bradford Singers feat. Sallie Martin) Somewhere To Lay My Head (The Highway Q-Cs) 1956- Uncloudy Day (The Staple Singers) I'm Coming Home (The Staple Singers) Milky White Way (The Trumpeteers) While the Blood Runs Warm (Aretha Franklin) Precious Lord, Take My Hand (Mahalia Jackson) How Jesus Died (The Pilgrim Travelers) 99 1/2 Won't Do (Dorothy Love Coates and the Original Gospel Harmonettes) You Better Run (Dorothy ...
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