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The Rough Guide to the Roots of Gospel: Reborn and Remastered, CD / Album Digipak Cd

The Rough Guide to the Roots of Gospel: Reborn and Remastered CD / Album Digipak

by Various Artists

CD / Album Digipak

Track Listing

  1. Arizona Dranes - It's All Right Now
  2. Luther Magby - Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit
  3. Rev. J.C. Burnett - True Friendship
  4. Po' Mourner - Four Dusty Travelers
  5. St. Marks Chanters - So High
  6. Jessie May Hill - The Crucifixion of Christ
  7. Blind Willie Johnson - God Don't Never Change
  8. Laura Henton - I Can Tell the World About This
  9. Washington Phillips - I Am Born to Preach the Gospel
  10. Thomas A. Dorsey & The Gospel Singers - Singing in My Soul
  11. Famous Blue Jay Singers - Children Wade in the Water
  12. Elder Beck - Drinking Shine
  13. Rev. J.M. Gates - Death's Black Train Is Coming
  14. Mother McCollum - Jesus Is My Air-o-plane
  15. Alfred G. Karnes - I Am Bound for the Promised Land
  16. Brother Williams' Memphis Sanctified Singers - I Will Meet You at the Station
  17. Rev. Gary Davis - Have More Faith in Jesus
  18. Birmingham Jubilee Singers - Do You Call That Religion
  19. The Morris Gospel Family - He Rose Unknown
  20. Rev. A.W. Nix - Black Diamond Express to Hell - Part 1
  21. Rev. F.W. McGee - Fifty Miles of Elbow Room (Take 2)
  22. Delta Big Four - Jesus Got HIs Arms Around Me
  23. Rev. Edward W. Clayborn - Then We'll Need That True Religion
  24. Dinwiddie Colored Quartet - Down On the Old Camp Ground
  25. Ernest Phipps & His Holiness Quartet - Don't Grieve After Me
  26. Sister Mary M. Nelson - The Royal Telephone

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