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Rev. Johnny L. 'Hurricane' Jones Jesus Christ From A To Z
Drawn from the hundreds of reel-to-reels and cassettes that Jones aka The Hurricane, The Fireball has made of his Southern preaching, raving between speech and song, since 1960. From Dust To Digital.



Fire In My Bones Raw, Rare And Other-Worldly African-American Gospel, 1944-2007
Vital and thrilling, raw and original compilation by Mike McGonigal (who's done stuff for Mississippi), spanning all styles solo and congregational, studio and field, rural and urban, hellfire and lament.



Take Me To The Water Immersion Baptism In Vintage Music And Photography 1890-1950
A gorgeous hard-cover book with 75 sepia photograph reproductions, an essay by Luc Sante with a disc of rare gospel and folk, Washington Phillips to the Belmont Silvertone Jubilee Singers, and some preaching.



Como Now The Voices Of Panola Co., Mississippi
Following Alan Lomax, Daptone placed a small local ad, asking singers to show at Mt Marian Church a certain Saturday. This marvellous record of acappella gospel is the result, including everyone who showed up.



Elder Utah Smith I Got Two Wings
Lovely, intimate 128-page book and sizzling 18-tracker devoted to the electric guitar preacher and his COGIC buddies. Once again CaseQuarter brings the shit.




John Fahey Yes! Jesus Loves Me: Guitar Hymns
Heartfelt hymns and songs of praise, deconstructed and rebuilt. Sometimes reverent, sometimes raging, sometimes playful, always spellbinding. 'Christ Is Not Cute' runs the Fahey quote on the sleeve. A beauty.



Isaiah Owens You Without Sin, Cast The First Stone
Thrilling primitive gospel from Alabama. Fuzzy, loud, dissonant guitar somewhere between Pops Staples, John Lee Hooker and the outsider R 'n B of Hasil Adkins. True testifyin' magic, and highly recommended.



The Spiritualaires Of Hurtsboro, Alabama Sing Songs Of Praise
Raw contemporary gospel group singing the lead guitar is more John Lee Hooker than Pops Staples.



Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal
Primitive choirs, spacious breaks, congas, old-boy rappers impersonating the devil, cast-recordings, thumping bass, and JB copyists all with a heavy slathering of gospel gravy.



Fern Jones The Glory Road
Like Saturday night on a Sunday morning. Patsy on Jesus. Elvis, no pelvis. With four celebrated Nashville sidemen fresh from June 1958 Elvis sessions.





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