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JGM Music Hour – Episode 128

              Playlist for Episode 128: I’ll make it – Alfonzo Udell & Chosen Chorale feat. Lorraine Anderson Put your trust – Apostle James Alston & Fellowship Laughter (just like medicine) – BeBe Winans feat. KS He’s never failed me yet – St. Mark Sanctuary Choir Unto the lamb – Kim Stratton He won’t leave me alone – Shunice Hill-Sullivan Changed me – Vonnie Blackshear We made it through – Dave Bass & the DBGs Holy medley – Cameron Ross Right now’s the right time for Jesus – Steve Cermele Please don’t forgive me – ...

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Apostle James Alston & Fellowship – The Movement

Apostle James Alston & Fellowship The Movement Independent (release date: August 10, 2013) By Bob Marovich Wooden church songs about faith, hope, and gratitude are at the heart of The Movement, the debut release by Portsmouth, Virginia’s Apostle James Alston & Fellowship. Although the name of the group suggests a male-led small choir, Apostle James Alston & Fellowship sounds to my ears like a mixed voice quartet. Shanita Bell is the lone female voice in the otherwise male group, with Apostle Alston delivering the meaty lead vocals that evoke the southern soul quartet tradition. How the group handles its two ...

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JGM Music Hour: Episode 123

              Episode 123 Playlist: Your blessing is on its way – God’s Posse Thank you Jesus – New Stars of Faith Stand by me – Pastor Terrell Rogers & Men of Destiny Come on let’s go – Paul Thorn Oh Mary Oh Martha, (rockin’ Jerusalem) – Dr. Tonya Armstrong Prayer room – Jarell Smalls & Co. Pray for me – Derek Dunn feat. Min. Earl Bynum We welcome you Lord – Keith Reed & NSW I am the redeemed – Kimberly Kent A greater love – Jennifer Shaw Abandoned – Sweeteverafter Lament – Nine ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: April 2, 2018

“Trouble Won’t Last” Apostle James Alston & Fellowship https://apostlejamesalston.com/ By Bob Marovich By their name, Apostle James Alston & Fellowship sounds like a P&W group, but they are actually a quartet, complete with Alston’s gravelly lead vocal delivery and gospel chuckle. For “Trouble Won’t Last,” Alston & Fellowship delivers the reassuring message of Psalm 30:5, like so many decades of quartets before them, in the language of the spiritual, “I’m so glad trouble don’t last always.” Of course, the melody and lyrics are different from the spiritual, and the quartet gives their song a bounce appropriate for the joyful sentiment. ...

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