Some nice traditional gospel from the 50’s. These are The Davis Sisters of Philadelphia.
Well, so much for April Fools pranks. Only one person bothered to comment on yesterday’s “gospel” offering. Oh well, onward. Today we have a song performed by Keith Pringle and The Pentecostal Community Choir. The keyboardist is Rick Grundy who, I think, wrote the song and the choir is directed by a guy named Jeffrey … Read more and listen No Greater Love
With God’s help and inspiration, miraculous deeds can be accomplished…
This song, performed beautifully by Yolanda Adams, was composed by Percy Bady and released in 2005. It is dedicated to Rosa Parks and interpolated with Maya Angelou’s line “still I rise” with the theme of perseverance ringing throughout it. The lyrics grab you right from the start: Shattered, but I’m not broken Wounded but time … Read more and listen Still I Rise
A little old school, toe tappin’ foot stompin’ soul stirring gospel for you. Oh My God, I love everything about this song!! Come on let’s have some Church this morning! Get your shout and praise on…go ahead now!!
Some nice uptempo toe tapping gospel song. A somewhat more contemporary version of an old traditional song from Benny Cummings’ last album. Benny Cummings was popular in the late 70’s to mid 80’s. From New York, he was one of the premier choir directors of his time. He never experienced mainstream success but influenced most … Read more and listen Everything Will Be Alright
Another uptempo traditional song from Norman Hutchins who loves to record updated versions of these old songs.
To make up for not posting yesterday, and because I love this song, and because it is an Easter song, I’m posting it today (Easter) as well. Another wonderful song from the genius of Edwin Hawkins.
Happy Easter everyone. It’s only appropriate that I post some Easter related song, so here it is.
Trin-i-tee 5:7 was a gospel trio from New Orleans, Louisiana in the late 1990’s. The group, who sold over 2.5 million albums, was marketed as a gospel alternative to R&B girl groups such as Destiny’s Child and TLC. The 1990’s saw the emergence of this type of “Urban Gospel” sound aimed directly at inner city … Read more and listen Lord