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Feelin' The Spirit

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Every Time I Feel The Spirit
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Deep River
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I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray
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Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
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Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
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I Want To Be Ready
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Steal Away To Jesus
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Oh Mary Don't You Weep
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Go Down Moses
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The Time Has Come
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Amazing Grace
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Beautiful Isle Of Somewhere
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Down By The Riverside
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(Give Me) That Old Time Religion
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Go Tell It On The Mountain
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He's Got The Whole Wold In His Hands
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His Eye Is On The Sparrow
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I Am A Poor Wayfaring Stranger
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I Love To Tell The Story
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Can The Circle Be Unbroken
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Jesus Loves Me, This I Know
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Just A Closer Walk With Thee
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Nearer My God To Thee
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Onward Christian Soldiers
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Rock Of Ages
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 60:51

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The finest collection of Jimmy Witherspoon’s gospel songs, Feelin’ the Spirit is an essential addition to any Witherspoon collection. Throughout his career, Witherspoon recorded numerous gospel songs, frequently recording two or three songs for his albums. This set, collecting many of his finest early performances, is frequently revelatory. Witherspoon’s voice and style are so distinctive that they make these songs seem new, even on standards such as “Amazing Grace” and “Rock of Ages.” Never strictly a gospel artist, all of these recordings show sincerity and, more importantly, depth, both musically and spiritually. – Thomas Ward