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XSpiritual sounds with plenty of soul -- gospel groups, choirs, sermons, and even some gospel funk too!

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VariousSoul Gospel ... CD
Soul Jazz (UK), 1960s/1970s. Used ... $18.99
Another masterpiece from the Soul Jazz collective – a collection of tunes that bridges the secular and spiritual worlds, and brings together a mixture of gospel and soul tracks from the 60s and 70s! It's no secret that soul music has drawn quite a bit of inspiration from gospel (as well as more than its share of stars!) – but rarely has that inspiration been so clearly traced than in this wonderful set! The tunes include gospel numbers that have a classic soul sound, and classic soul tunes that really lean towards the gospel side of the spectrum – and most of the artists on the set are familiar ones, but heard here in a style that links them all nicely together. Titles include "Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child" by Clarence Smith, "Let's Get Together" by Bobby Bland, "Grandma's Hands" by Marion Gaines Singers, "Every Day Will Be Like A Holiday" by The Sweet Inspirations, "Pastures Of Plenty" by Odetta, "Love Lifted Me" by Jesse Dixon, "I Don't Know Where We're Headed" by Sons Of Truth, "Eleanor Rigby" by Kim Weston, "In Between Tears" by Irma Thomas, "Lort Is It" by Gospel Artistics, "Tripping On Your Love" by Staple Singers, and "Mama" by Esther Marrow. (Funky Compilations, Gospel) CD
(Out of print. Includes slipcase and book.)

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✨✧ Rance Allen GroupLet The Music Get Down In Your Soul ... CD
Stax, Early 70s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Sublime soul by one of the 70s most overlooked artists! Rance Allen was a powerhouse – born out of the gospel scene, and picked up by Stax records during its hip post-Atlantic years. Rance recorded for the label's Truth subsidiary, where he crafted a unique blend of gospel and soul that was some of the most spiritual work to come out of Memphis in the 70s. The tracks on this set are pulled from Rance's first three albums for Stax, and they're a mix of secular themes and spiritual soulfulness that's done up in spare small combo arrangements that feature Rance at the keyboards – in a mode that's almost like a backwoods version of Donny Hathaway. Titles include "Let The Music Get Down In Your Soul", "If I Could Make The World Better", "Care", "Lonely Girl", "What Is This?", "We're The Salt Of The Earth", "Happy Needs Help", and "See What You've Done Done". (Soul, Gospel) CD
(Out of print. Barcode has a cutout hole.)
 
 
 



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