My, my, my…. Okay, I was thinking about my Mom’s last days early this morning and I thought about the old song “There’s a Leak in this Old Building (and my soul has got to move)”, so I thought I’d look around YouTube for some versions I didn’t know. (The most famous version is by … Read more and listen There’s a Leak in this Old Building
Apologies those you old time gospel lovers who have had to suffer through a good bit of contemporary “stuff”. Let’s go back to church and listen to some nice live singing, this time from Pastor Gilbert (G.E) Patterson and Rose Marie Rimson-Brown. Patterson served as Presiding Bishop and Chief Apostle of the Church of God … Read more and listen I Know The Lord Will Make a Way
From the great Hezekiah Walker and his Love Fellowship Choir.
One of the first songs the old Geoff Hick Inspirational Choir ever sang. I remember rehearsing it, but never knew that it had a lead/fill part until we first performed it live and Louise Grasmere stepped up out of nowhere and blew the doors off the song and the building. Some things one never forgets. … Read more and listen Hosanna, Hosanna
I inspired myself to follow my suggestion of making a bunch of posts based on the many versions and variations of the song “Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus”. Today’s offering is by Dottie Peoples and The Peoples Choice Choir. I love the way she works the audience and just takes to time to build … Read more and listen Nobody Can Do Me Like Jesus
Makes no difference what you’re goin’ through, God’s Got a Blessing…with YOUR NAME ON IT. Another great traditional style gospel song from Norman Hutchins who has mastered gospel call and response songs. so…I just decided to give you a Norman Hutchin’s twofer today. Here’s another traditional style gem.
A little traditional, uptempo (I mean UP-TEMPO) gospel from “The Truthettes” (what a great name!) singing “Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus” from their 1982 album “He’s Still Working On Me”. I could do a week’s work of posts of variations on this song alone; it’s a real gospel classic. The Truthettes were a mother … Read more and listen Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus
I distinctly remember when I first heard this song back in the ’80. I could so easily visualize this man sitting in a chair in his home, staring at a cherished photo, thinking of his Dad. Today the song is a bit more real for me, and I know that “It’s Alright”. As many of … Read more and listen It’s Alright
So…out of all the hundreds and hundreds of songs available to me, which one do I choose to post on the morning on my mother’s funeral? This one! Thank you JVOI for this lovely song.
A great contemporary gospel song from James Hall. Nice vocals. Nice alto sax too.