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JGM Music Hour – Episode 112

          Click on the image above to start program Playlist for Episode 112: I got out – Bryan Popin Testify – James Douglas feat. LeJeune Thompson It could have been me – Dorothy Norwood feat. Dorinda Clark-Cole That’s what He is – Miami Mass Choir feat. Betty Wright When I stopped playing with Jesus – LaTonya Earl God’s FreqWincey – Wincey My brothers – Brotha Mike You can’t fly higher than God – Dave Bass Jesus wants to bless you – Sharon Moore Do what the Lord says do – Carolyn Traylor Step back, watch God ...

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Carolyn Traylor – The Best of My Story

Carolyn Traylor The Best of My Story Traylor Made Music Group (release date: March 31, 2017) By Bob Marovich Working in the traditional-or-die mode of such artists as Dottie Peoples, Beverly Crawford, and Lemmie Battles, Carolyn Traylor of Greenville, Texas, flexes her vocal muscles on her latest album, the thoroughly enjoyable The Best of My Story. Recorded live at Shreveport’s Peaceful Rest Baptist Church, the album finds Traylor, called the “Texas Powerhouse” in Derrell Hobdy’s introduction, varying from sweet to squall on eleven selections of mostly churchy fare. I say mostly, because “Victory” and “He Did It All” have a ...

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TBGB Pick of the Week: June 3, 2013

“Good To Me” Carolyn Traylor Malaco Records (2013) www.malaco.com Carolyn Traylor’s “Good To Me” is a brassy, bluesy declaration of God’s goodness with a beat that will have listeners clapping hands and bobbing heads. It has the right blend of traditional fire and contemporary smoothness. The Greenville, Texas, native is known for “There’s a Story Behind My Praise.” “Good to Me,” written by Chicago’s own Daniel Weatherspoon, is from Traylor’s album Waiting.

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“Waiting” – Carolyn Traylor

“Waiting” Carolyn Traylor Malaco Records (2012) www.malaco.com Carolyn Traylor (“There’s A Story Behind My Praise”) is waiting for her change to come. She knows it’s on the way, too, because whenever she gets discouraged, “I pull out the resume and I see how you always brought me through.”  If that isn’t enough, she adds, “I’m not going to let you go until you bless me.”  So don’t get between Traylor and her blessings! Hailing from Greenville, Texas, Traylor is a traditional gospel singer who has sung with the likes of Dorothy Norwood, Ambassador Bobby Jones, and the late Albertina Walker.  Her gospel blues ...

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