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I Got Two Wings

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Two Wings
Artist: Rev. Utah Smith
2:35
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Glory To Jesus, I'm Free
Artist: Rev. Utah Smith and Congregation
3:48
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Two Wings and Every Man's Got To Lay Down And Die
Artist: Rev. Utah Smith and Congregation
3:17
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Take A Trip
Artist: Rev. Utah Smith
2:58
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I Have Good News To Bring
Artist: Sister Rosetta Tharpe
3:00
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I Want Two Wings
Artist: Rev. Utah Smith
2:56
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God Rode In On A Windstorm
Artist: Sister Sarah James and the Sanctified Six
2:45
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Crucifixion
Artist: Arizona Dranes
3:29
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With His Stripes We Are Healed
Artist: Rev. F.W. McGee
3:20
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Memphis Flu
Artist: Elder Curry
3:06
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God's Mighty Hand
Artist: Rev. Utah Smith
2:45
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There's A Two Wing Temple in the Sky
Artist: Johnny Wiggs and His New Orleans Music
3:03
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Two Wings Flying Home, Parts 1 and 2
Artist: Brother Bill Louis (Utah Smith)
5:46
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A New World in My View
Artist: Eld. Utah Smith and Congregation
3:48
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New World
Artist: Rev. Robert Ballinger
2:45
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Two Wings
Artist: Eld. Utah Smith and Congregation
3:34
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Prayer Changes Things
Artist: Sister Sarah James and the Sanctified Six
2:30
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I Got Two Wings
Artist: Rev. Utah Smith and Congregation
3:26
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 58:51

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John Morthland

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John Morthland has been writing about music since the days of electronically rechanneled stereo and duophonic sound. His name has darkened the mastheads of Roll...more »

02.09.09
Various Artists - Case Quarter, I Got Two Wings
Label: Case Quarter / AUM Fidelity

An evangelist in the Pentecostal Church of God in Christ from 1925 until his death in 1965, Smith is also one of the unsung fathers of electric guitar. It's understandable if his name doesn't ring a bell for you. He only released three 78 rpm singles commercially in his entire life — in 1944, 1947 and 1953; furthermore, different versions of the same song, best known as "Two Wings," graced the A-side of all three.… read more »

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I'm Not Even Christian And I Think This Is Genius

FreshFish

This is not really religious music. Trust me. This is more along the lines of swampy garage rock from the 50's and 60's. This is a dirty record in terms of quality, but I think that really adds to the feel of it. Almost as if you're hearing it on tape or on the radio. The music itself is blindly brilliant, sounds like Chuck Berry playing in a basement. I really love this album, I downloaded the whole thing. Highly recommended for fans of that electric garage sound. 10 out of 10.

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Angels Flying From Heaven: Meet Rev. Utah Smith

By Mike McGonigal, Contributor

Rev. Utah Smith was one of the first sacred guitarists to play the electric guitar, and he did so in an uncompromisingly loud and swinging manner. Smith (1906-1965) possessed a pleasantly gruff vocal style and manic delivery - which makes his music easily enjoyed by folks who otherwise don't much truck with gospel. Smith spent time all over the US, from Tennessee to Connecticut, before settling in New Orleans in the '50s. Just three singles… more »