Following on from the success of ‘Greg Belson’s Divine Disco’ series Greg Belson and Cultures of Soul team up again to explore the world of Gospel Funk. Belson is one of the world's leading collectors and DJs of gospel music. You hold in your hands a collection of some of the rarest Gospel funk records from Belson’s amazing collection featuring everything from the laid back breakbeat laced “I Don’t Want to Be Alone" by Allen Gauff Jr to the high octane and socially-on-point take of the Gospel classic ‘This Little Light Of Mine’ by the Gospel Ambassadors to drum break funk of the Wearyland Singers ‘If You See Me Doing Wrong” to the sublime soulfulness of Zella Jackson’s “Days Are Just Like People." Without a doubt though, all of the artists included in this compilation, believed in themselves, the message, and the direction of the Gospel Funk intensity you hear within these grooves. Gettin’ on the Good Foot for God? Listen and decide for yourselves!
A1. The Chariettes Gospel Singers Nobody But Jesus A2. Allen Gauff Jr I Don't Want to Be Alone A3. The Christian Harmonizers Troubles of the World A4. The Wearyland Singers If You See Me Doing Wrong A5. Gospel Travelers Jesus Is Watching You A6. Pearl Farano and The High Lites of Joy Who's Your Boss
B1. Gospel Ambassadors This Little Light of Mine B2. Vocal Aires Save a Seat for Me B3. Birmingham Travelers Call Me Answer (feat. Henry Burton) B4. Zella Jackson Days Are Just Like People B5. The Original Christian Harmonizers Blackman Keep Doing Your Thing B6. Preacherman Isadore Womack I’ve Got Power In My Mind
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