|Performer:||Professor Johnson And His Gospel Singers|
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Professor Johnson & His Gospel Sisters Standing In the Safety Zone. Professor Johnson & His Gospel Singers Give Me That Old Time Religion. Professor Johnson & His Gospel Singers Angels.
Professor Johnson & His Gospel Singers - Give Me That Old Time Religion 02:52. Professor Johnson & His Gospel Singers - Standing In The Safety Zone 02:11. Rev A Johnson - Death In The Morning 02:45. Rev A Johnson - God Don't Like It 03:16. Rev A Johnson - I'm Gonna Do My Best 02:28. Rev A Johnson - I Don't Know How To Get Along Without The Lord 02:26. Rev A Johnson - If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again 02:49. Rev A Johnson - Jesus Loves Us All 02:06.
Celtic gospel music infuses gospel music with a Celtic flair, and is quite popular in countries such as Ireland. According to Yale University music professor Willie Ruff, the singing of psalms in Gaelic by Presbyterians of the Scottish Hebrides evolved from "lining out" – where one person sang a solo and others followed – into the call and response of gospel music of the American South. Coming out of the African-American religious experience, American gospel music can be traced to the early. The popularity of revival singers and the openness of rural churches to this type of music (in spite of its initial use in city revivals) led to the late 19th and early 20th century establishment of gospel music publishing houses such as those of Homer Rodeheaver, E. O. Excell, Charlie Tillman, and Charles Tindley.
Voices Of Angels: The 15 Best Gospel Singers Ever. The influence of gospel music stretches far and wide, and the best gospel singers, too, cover a wider range of styles, as this list of the Top 15 shows. Published on. April 18, 2019. Gospel blues has a long tradition of notable performers – including Son House, Blind Willie Johnson and Skip James – and perhaps the most distinguished was Reverend Gary Davis. Franklin’s 1972 Amazing Grace album was one of her best-selling albums, cementing gospel’s appeal as a commercial force in a rock era. In 2012 she was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall Of Fame. Andraé Crouch (1942-2015). Known as The Father Of Contemporary Gospel, Crouch was easily one of the best gospel singers of his generation, and was also a successful vocal arranger, songwriter and choir leader.
|A1||Where Shall I Be|
|A2||Give Me That Old Time Religion|
|B2||Standing In A Safety Zone|
|20 210, 10 210 EPB||Professor Johnson And His Gospel Singers*||Give Me That Old Time Religion (7", EP)||Brunswick, Brunswick||20 210, 10 210 EPB||Germany||1950|