Welcome to Volume 1 of Steve Terrell's Gospel Favorites.
Fill your soul with a heap of gospel music just like God likes it -- or at least the way I like it, nice and raw and full of spirit.
I'm not here to promote any religion nor to disparage it. I just love this music.
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Here's the playlist:
(Background Music: from "The Eagle Stirs in Her Nest" by The Rev. C.L. Franklin)
Old Time Religion by Rev. James Cleveland
Dragnet For Jesus by Sister Wynona Carr
My Troubles Are So Hard to Bear by Ethel Davenport
I Have a Friend Above All Others by The Soul Stirrers
Jesus is God's Atom Bomb by The Swan Silvertones
The Sun of the Soul by The Carter Family
(Background Music: Don't Let the Devil Ride by The Campbell Brothers with Katie Jackson)
Jesus Throwed Up a Highway for Me by The Holy Ghost Sanctified Singers
God's Mighty Hand by Rev. Utah Smith
A Night at the House of Prayer by Rev. Lonnie Farris
Two Little Fishes and Five Loaves of Bread by Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb by Uncle Dave Macon
Goodbye to the Chain Stores Part 2 by Rev. J.M. Gates
(Background Music: Christian Soldier 57 by The Denson Quartet)
What a Wonderful Feeling by The Humbard Family
Let's Have Mercy by The Five Blind Boys of Mississippi
Slip in and Tip In by Isaiah Owens
This May Be the Last Time by The Staple Singers
(Background Music: Don't You Ever Let Nobody Drag Yo' Spirit Down by Linda Tillery & Cultural Heritage Choir with Wilson Pickett & Eric Bibb.)
Play it here:
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