Tag Archives: Damon Little

JGM Music Hour – Episode 151

Episode 151 Playlist: Get right church – Gospel Legends I made it – Darius Paulk Thank God for what didn’t happen – Prez Blackmon Still everything – Benita Jones Lifetime – Frierson Brothers Forgive me – Toneisha Harris God is working – Deon Kipping Alpha and Omega – Jude Philips Trouble – Shyne On Me Judgement day – Jules Schroeder Never shakes, never will – The Wood Drake Sessions All love – Jarred AllStar Stand up – Damon Little Miss your face (my letter to Polly) – Pamela Johnson

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“Stand Up” – Damon Little

“Stand Up” Damon Little Little World Music/Partners Music Company (release date: February 5, 2021) By Robert M. Marovich Damon Little croons “Stand Up” to lyrics that sound culled from late ‘60s message music and an arrangement that evokes ‘70s Al Green. Little references the tragic fact that a black man can’t be certain he will make it home to his family on any given day. He calls for racial unity when asking black and white to take a stand against hatred and racially-motivated violence. “We can no longer sit down and endure this pain,” he sings, “stand up for what ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: November 4, 2019

“Saved” April Hall Enon Music Group (release date: March 27, 2019) By Bob Marovich The featured soloist on Damon Little’s 2016 Billboard-charting “I Won’t Be Defeated,” April Hall returns with her own single, “Saved.” This new take on a traditional song finds Hall singing with austerity while the musicians and background vocalists move at double time. Halfway through, she drops the austerity and begins to deliver her trademark church-wrecking shouts, growls, and whoos, learned from a lifetime of listening to gospel quartets in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland. By the end, you can imagine her engaging in a holy dance. ...

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