Staple Singers —
Amen/Why ... CD Epic/Real Gone, 1964/1965. New Copy ...
Seminal sounds from The Staple Singers – two mid 60s albums, back to back on a single CD! First up is Amen – a righteous early classic from The Staple Singers – a record that rings out with a spiritual note in the title, but one that also covers a whole host of social issues with ... (Soul, Gospel)read moreCD
Spiritual sounds from the Cleveland scene of the 70s – a host of lesser-known acts who recorded for the BOS label at the time, but who could easily match the best strengths of the growing gospel mainstream! The music here relies heavily on secular soul styles of the time – bits of funk ... (Funky Compilations, Gospel)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Great work from one of the key harmony gospel groups of the postwar years – with titles that include "Let's Have Church", "I'm Willing To Run", "I'm A Soldier", "I'm A Rolling", "My Robe Will Fit Me", "Oh Why", "I Never Heard A ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Late 70s Japanese pressing on Overseas, ULS-6029-V, including the insert.)
Music from Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys, Dock Boggs, the Old Harp Singers of Eastern Tennessee, Red Allen, Harry & Jeanie West, the Watson Family, the Country Gentlemen, the Lilly Brothers, the AL Phipps Family, Kilby Snow, Tom Morgan, the Poplin Family & more. (Folk/Country, Gospel)CD