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wesss:

been digging on rev. louis overstreet, utah smith, and charlie jackson today. any other suggestions?
SSSSSSS:

roll yer bike through the hood on a sunday morning. get yourself an earful.
arman:

and don't forget your fisher price "my first lil alan lomax tape recorder"!
wesss:

good point. i think i'll hit the rocket church around the corner. all the columns are shaped like missiles so they can launch their prayers into heaven. truth.
eric o:

Nice.
luke batarang:

buy Fire in My Bones : Raw, Rare & Otherworldly African-American Gospel, 1944-2007 - probably my favourite compilation of the year!!!
wesss:

awesome. thanks.
Adam:

Brother Claude Ely: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubTAaw1Qkd4

Boyd Rivers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCalc5JrDeM

PRAISE BREAK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgfqUTF4YBA
Pistol Pez:

definitely get the brother claude ely CD on ?

i think it was ace records. "satan get back" or something like that.
wesss:

I'm gonna bring a Hammond to the office so I can take praise breaks throughout the day.
brotherkyle:

thanks for posting this stuff
eric o:

Goner's got a grip of good Gospel cds and cd sets comin, including that Fire In My Bones set, should be here next week, getcha holy spirit on!
Adam:

Maxwell Street-Carrie Robinson, "Power": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQP4Unmr2aA

Slim & The Supreme Angels 1982, "If I'm Too High": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAUB6sBqV58
deadcityrebel:

i stumbled across these ladies not too long ago
luke batarang:

NAOMI SHELTON & THE GOSPEL QUEENS played a terrific show in Brussels last week! I also think that their debut album on Daptone Records is one of the highlights of the year!
nimereht:

here's a compilation put together by mark taylor (the guy that did the garage acetate series on norton) made up of all gospel tunes from his FINE records discovery...

http://www.mediafire.com/?2wy3zyqw2et

http://www.finerecordingstudio.com/
Miss Strange:

check out Isaiah Owens "You Without Sin Cast the First Stone" if you like the guitar based gospel.
rich riggler:

Sold a bunch of the Fire In My Bones comp. Play it at the store all the time. It's raw.
arman:

you want raw? http://www.radioset.info/
luke batarang:

Sold a bunch of the Fire In My Bones comp. Play it at the store all the time. It's raw.

What makes this compilation so great is that most other & great gospel compilations are always pre-war. This one goes up to 2007 without a weak track!
The Driver:

here's a compilation put together by mark taylor (the guy that did the garage acetate series on norton) made up of all gospel tunes from his FINE records discovery...

very cool - thanks for links!
michael baker:

julius

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIPCdyS06lI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUVIDiOz1mE

archie

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6is1ChEQ56Y

mr blair

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7eVxTUorBc

rh

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDz8uG5dpC8
michael baker:

and this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtyPmIQxIak&feature=related
Razor A Go Go:

buy Fire in My Bones : Raw, Rare & Otherworldly African-American Gospel, 1944-2007 - probably my favourite compilation of the year!!!

Going to the the release show for this tomorrow, prolly.
rich riggler:

Scored the Rev Louis Overstreet LP reish from Mississippi. Raw and great!
Jasper de Wilde:

my favourite compilation of the year!!!

Just ordered this:

"Between 1967 and 1981 Detroit's downriver neighbor Ecorse, MI had its very own Moe Asch. Set up in a basement on 18th Avenue, Felton Williams chronicled the musical lives of Ecorse's citizens and issued them on the Solid Rock, Cass, Compose, and Revival labels. We've compiled 24 of Williams' most fascinating recordings, covering gospel, group soul, garage-punk, northern, jazz, and funk.

Also included is a DVD with over 200 sound recordings pulled from his archives and compiled into a digital tape vault. This allows you to dig deep into the endless hours of jam sessions, demos, sermons, rehearsals, and studio outtakes. The DVD also has an engaging 30 minute documentary on the making of Downriver Revival and gives you further insight into Felton and the artsits he recorded at Double-U-Sound.
"

Also available on 2LP/DVD combo!
Jasper de Wilde:

By the way, it seems there's an album with only Shirley Ann Lee recordings comin' up next year!
kooiman:

The Local Customs thing on Numero is great! The dvd 'experience' is insane! With tapes and tapes of stuff you can go pick form a virtual library. Besides lotsa gospel there's also some totally unknown garage stuff on there. Totally recommended.
Adam:

House of Prayer - SHOUTING Daddy McCollough style:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCHTYxZV368
Rich Balls:

Here's one of my favorite gospel 45s

Joy Harmonizers - "Heavenly Home"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayt-viTVdBA
bazooka joe:

TRAVELING ECHOES.
tigerblinds:

Is Como Now gospel?...shit man...it's all just race music to me.
eric o:

Did you get the Reverend John Wilkins cd on Fat Possum... amazing.

We'll have it back in stock probably Friday.
tigerblinds:

I need to reserve that and the Reatards reish. I don't got it, I've been waiting to run across it for a long time now.
Jared:

Check out gospel saxophone player Vernard Johnson, who at times has some rather Ayler-esque runs on the horn.

There's a bunch of stuff on Youtube, but this one is particularly raw:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kImf9GcsaKo&feature=youtube_gdata_playe r
Adam:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ie5aDw1cObo
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