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Boyd Rivers You Can't Make Me Doubt
Heavy, impassioned gospel scorchers, one side electric, the other acoustic. All previously unreleased, except Fire In My Bones, from the killer Tompkins Square compilation (and Last Time Around).



Said I Had A Vision Songs And Labels Of David Lee, 1960-1988
Some terrific soul and gospel from the Impel, Washington Sound and SCOP labels, out of Shelby, North Carolina.




Sorrow Come Pass Me Around A Survey Of Rural Black Religious Music
Terrific collection of spiritual and gospel songs performed in informal non-church settings between 1965-1973 mostly guitar-accompanied and performed by active or former blues artists.



The Stovall Sisters Hang On In There
Classic gospel soul from 1971, with the scorcher Hang On In There.
The Sisters were former Ikettes, who sang back-up for Norman Greenbaum on Spirit In The Sky, versioned here.




Time Will Make A Change
Another brilliant Mississippi compilation. Gospel sevens, this time, double-strength: rough, raw, searing; mostly guitar-based ensembles and solo performers, sparse organ and drums. Ethel ain't messing.



The Violinaires Groovin' With Jesus
A Gene Barge production from 1967, with a winning mixture of rocking gospel funk and spiritualized ballads. A nice version of Buddy Miles' We Got To Live Together.



Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies A Treasury Of Caucasian-American Gospel
Great stuff from Mississippi associates 'old-timey sacred songs, gospel bluegrass, Pentecostal pandemonium'.



Jimmy Witherspoon Feelin' The Spirit
Tremendous gospel set from the jump blues giant, from 1959 (the year of his Monterey Festival triumph fronting Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins and co).



Yvonne And Yvette The Siamese Twins
In the sixties they shared bills with every gospel superstar going (not to mention Little Bald Head Johnny, who had no tongue, and Mule Man, who presumably had a big willie and pendulous balls).



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