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He Will Fix It Raw African-American Gospel On 45rpm, 1959-1974
Another electrifying installment in Mike McGonigal's unmissable series.



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.



I Heard The Angels Singing Electrifying Black Gospel From The Nashboro Label, 1951-1983
You can't miss the shots of JB, Isleys, Bo Diddley, Impressions, Staples and co, coursing through this magnificent survey (including stupendous early sides by Candi Staton and Lou Rawls). Super-intense and soulful.



Otis G. Johnson God Is Love
Spectral, outsider gospel from Detroit, 1978, with Otis extemporising to himself worryingly in the name of the Lord, and zoning out on his Hammond (with rhythm unit). Pretty gone. Terrific.



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.



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.



Rev. Johnny L. 'Hurricane' Jones The Hurricane That Hit Atlanta
A sample of fifty years' ministry: two dozen soul stirrers, with sermonettes, guest soloists and righteous radio clips. 'A hurricane starts off slowly... when she gets a certain speed, that's when she's dangerous.'



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.



King Bullard Version Songs Of The Bos Label
Soul-drenched, late-sixties gospel from Cleveland.




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



Negro Spirituals The Concert Tradition
Running back to 1909 - the more refined, dignified, classical style of Paul Robeson, and the University groups and Glee Clubs, to run alongside the church and field-recording rawness which is all the rage.



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