The rawest, DIY gospel ever resurrected. The West Side of Chicago was just an annex of the deep rural South for Gene Autry Cash and his flock of recent Old Dominion transplants looking to cut their fiery, unadorned sounds indelibly to plastic. His Jade label absorbed those God-fearing artists: family bands with wailing kids and barely amateur groups sourced from local parishes, infused with reverberations of country and western and deep soul. Glinting authenticity shines from every track like a diamond in the unpolished rough - each group completely convinced that salvation comes through song.
1. Rev Solomon King & The Glory Bound Singers - "Didn't It Rain" 2. Harmony Four - "Got To Make A Hundred" 3. The Gospel Song Birds - "I Want To Be More Like Him" 4. The Inspirational Sould - "Soul Couldn't Be Contented" 5. Brother Hayes & The Farmer Singers - "Saved & Sanctified" 6. Flying Eagle Gospel Singers - "My Shoes"
1. The Mighty Messiahs - "Why Is The Blood Running Warm?" 2. The Gospel Clouds - "Never Alone" 3. The Mountavie Gospel Singers - "I Love The Lord" 4. Reverend Jennings - "Satisfied Mind" 5. Southern Faith Singers - "God Won't Let You Down" 6. Flying Eagle Gospel Singers - "Family Prayer" 7. Sons Of Christ - "Wake Up Country"
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