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    It's sunday morning...let's get lifted...let's have church!!!


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    Whatever the Lord sayeth, let your response be..........


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    Here is an oldie but a goodie from my Grandma's days:


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    ... and I never tire of this one. The Great Aretha and "Precious Memories"


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    Now you shouldn't hadda started that........


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    Great posts marv2

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    Quote Originally Posted by glencro View Post
    Great posts marv2
    Thanks Glen! Some of the best music this side of Heaven.......

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    jillfoster :

    Thank you! Good to see Judith Durham included. Like me, white, but sings from her own soul with a lot of heart and spirit. And a lovely lady, too..

    glencro and marv :

    Thank you both! Not only Sunday, I can enjoy these any day of the week!

    Who is the grand lady in the pink outfit, featured on "This morning when I rose..." - ?

    She doesn't so much sing it, as inhabits it. What a GAL!

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    You're welcomed westgrandboulevard. Like you I too can listen to this not only on Sundays. I'm not sure who the lady in the pink is but she blessed my soul

    Quote Originally Posted by westgrandboulevard View Post
    jillfoster :

    Thank you! Good to see Judith Durham included. Like me, white, but sings from her own soul with a lot of heart and spirit. And a lovely lady, too..

    glencro and marv :

    Thank you both! Not only Sunday, I can enjoy these any day of the week!

    Who is the grand lady in the pink outfit, featured on "This morning when I rose..." - ?

    She doesn't so much sing it, as inhabits it. What a GAL!

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    This lady right here...MY MY

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    One of Detroit's UNSUNG vocalists with several gospel legends

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    Rev. Al was cookin' here!!!


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    I am sure you'll remember this one,


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    Here is a good one, and of all shows to see gospel on, Playboy After Dark!


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    That wasn't good Jill...........that was GREAT! Thank you very much for sharing this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    That wasn't good Jill...........that was GREAT! Thank you very much for sharing this one.
    Agnes has a gift like no other..... the Lord kept those wigs fastened tight, he's able!

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    MARV2, man that "Walk Around Heaven" just took me there. I can remember my mother playing that record over and over when I was a kid. I know she's up there walking around right now. Thank you for sharing (where's the church nurse when you need her?)

    Jillfoster, those Clara Ward Singers were incredible. They knew ho w to bring it and lovin that big hair too

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    Quote Originally Posted by glencro View Post
    MARV2, man that "Walk Around Heaven" just took me there. I can remember my mother playing that record over and over when I was a kid. I know she's up there walking around right now. Thank you for sharing (where's the church nurse when you need her?)

    Jillfoster, those Clara Ward Singers were incredible. They knew ho w to bring it and lovin that big hair too
    Glen I can truly understand. I remember Bro. Ted Wright of WKLR 99.9 FM in Toledo Ohio playing that record just about every Sunday morning when I was a kid that I grew to really love it. Then I did not hear it for many, many years but always remembered it. I had it sung for my father's funeral in 2007.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Glen I can truly understand. I remember Bro. Ted Wright of WKLR 99.9 FM in Toledo Ohio playing that record just about every Sunday morning when I was a kid that I grew to really love it. Then I did not hear it for many, many years but always remembered it. I had it sung for my father's funeral in 2007.
    Here's Walk Heaven All Day by the late, great Lorraine Ellison, who started out as a gospel singer in her native Philadelphia


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    Here's Walk Heaven All Day by the late, great Lorraine Ellison, who started out as a gospel singer in her native Philadelphia

    YES! Lord! Thank you Waynesville!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    YES! Lord! Thank you Waynesville!
    Glad you liked that Marv. IMO there were few people in the entirely history of soul who deserved super-stardom and never got it as much as Lorraine Ellison did. (Linda Jones also fits into that category I think)

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    Out of the mouths of babes

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    More gospel soul from the Motorcity. This was one of the hottest records back in the day.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8TyzdoukJw

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    Kamasu, thanx for posting that. Haven't heard the original version in ages. Essie Moss still got pipes

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    Sunday morning is here again... and here is some southern country gospel from Lulu Roman on Hee Haw. a BEAUTIFUL song written by Larry Gatlin, and her voice is that of an angel.....it brings you to tears. (BTW, her latest CD, "At Last" is REALLY good.... check it out)


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    Maybe "The Birds" will
    help me to wake up.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7jqeD-JYe4
    Last edited by Kamasu_Jr; 01-27-2013 at 02:37 PM.

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    Great tribute to the legendary Mattie Moss Clark featuring Rance Allen, The Clark Sisters, Rev Timothy Wright, Sara Jordan Powell and others. Great history, great music.
    Last edited by glencro; 02-06-2013 at 10:55 AM.

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    TRIBUTE TO THE LATE INEZ ANDREWS

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    The great Andre Crouch perform one of my personal favorites.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmGiu9JfbIs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberta75 View Post
    The great Andre Crouch perform one of my personal favorites.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmGiu9JfbIs
    Thank you Roberta75 for posting. That has always been a favorite. Here's another favorite, the great Tramaine Hawkins

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    Quote Originally Posted by glencro View Post
    Thank you Roberta75 for posting. That has always been a favorite. Here's another favorite, the great Tramaine Hawkins
    Thank you glencro. Praise God for he is good and he gave us Miss Tramaine.

    Yours, with every good wish.

    Roberta

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