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Good God! Apocryphal Hymns
Third in Numero’s series of otherworldly gospel, robed funk, and spiritual soul: heavenly harmonies, psychedelic guitars, damaged sacred steel, off-kilter choirs, and consumer-side electronic percussion...




Rev Louis Overstreet There's No Future in Gaining The World And Losing Your Soul
Two fervid supplements to the Arhoolie set, originally self-released on Overstreet Records.




The Gospel According To Budgie II
Invigorating, intrepid mixtape-overview of a neglected period in gospel music, flowing irresistibly through sweet two-step, hard funk, disco stompers, jazz fusion, soul ballads etc. As previewed in Theo Parrish set...



Arizona Dranes He Is My Story: The Sanctified Soul Of Arizona Dranes
Pentecostal vocal delirium and fine, secular, Texan pianism, recorded by OKeh in 1926. Michael Corcoran tells AD's story.



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'.



Five Minutes To Midnight
Intense, austere, small-label gospel.



Goodbye, Babylon
Dylan gave it to an enthused Neil Young: 'the original wealth of our recorded music, the cream of the crop... it's incredible. It's in a wooden box and everything, and it's just so beautiful.'



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).



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 Joubert Singers Stand On The Word
Sensational gospel-disco loft classic recorded live in Crown Heights First Baptist Church, in 1982. Walter Gibbons rinsed it at the Rock And Soul shop where he worked; Tony Humphries ended up re-mixing. Crucial.



Blind Willie McTell Trying To Get Home
Superb late gospel and blues from 1949 Regals, as presented by Biograph in the 1970s.
180g vinyl.



I Have My Liberty! Gospel Sounds From Accra, Ghana
Recent church recordings: distorted PAs, female lead singers, claps, tambourines, ramshackle guitars move the earth to get congregations on their feet. Crossing Opika Pende and Johnny L. Jones, says the label.



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