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Close Harmony: A History Of Southern Gospel Music

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The Old Gospel Ship - The LeFevres
2:15
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I've Found A Hiding Place - The Rangers Quartet
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Lead Me To That Rock - The Homeland Harmony Quartet
3:02
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Give The World A Smile - Stamps Quartet
3:19
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Hide Me Rock Of Ages - Rebels Quartet Feat. Big Jim Waits
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Somebody Bigger - Statesmen Quartet
2:35
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Lord Lead Me On - Chuch Wagon Gang
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Lord Build Me A Cabin In Glory - Blackwood Brothers
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Swing Down, Chariot
Artist: The Golden Gate Quartet
3:36
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I'll Not Deny My Savior - Vaughan Sand Mountain Quartet
2:34
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Where Could I Go - All American Quartet
2:29
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When We Sing Around The Throne Eternal - Stamps-Baxter Quartet
1:24
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I Want To Be More Like Jesus - Wally Fowler And The Oak Ridge Quartet
2:35
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Going Home - Speer Family
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 37:26

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Mike McGonigal

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Mike McGonigal is editorial director for YETI publishing and the author of three little music books. He lives in Portland, OR, where he spends his time assembli...more »

04.22.11
Essential Southern gospel, swinging and soulful
Label: Dualtone

The companion disc to James Goff Jr.'s excellent 2002 study Close Harmony: A History of Southern Gospel is essential for anyone interested in quartet singing in general and Southern (predominantly Anglo-American) gospel in particular. The influence of the Southern gospel quartet acts on country, pop and contemporary Christian music is deep, yet it's one of the most rarely studied realms of 20th century music, even in gospel studies. As this disc shows, many of these… read more »

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Hard not to hum along

Margie

I've really enjoyed listening to this one. It's hard to keep from joining in on the singing.