In the 60’s James Cleveland made a deal with Savoy records to help them find new talent. Cleveland agreed to record 8-10 albums a year under the title “James Cleveland Presents…”. All Cleveland had to do was to find a choir he thought he had merit and perform on ONE TRACK on the album. These albums were usually made in one marathon 7-8 hour recording session. Many of the choirs, including Harold Freeman & New Friendship Church Choir, hailed from Chicago, the birthplace of traditional gospel. This cut dates back to 1976.
- I'm So Thankful Harold Freeman & New Friendship Church Choir 2:34