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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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Dave Bass – The Welcome Table

Dave Bass The Welcome Table DNB Associates (1997) www.cdbaby.com/davebass By Bob Marovich Although he recorded The Welcome Table twenty years ago, gospel singer and songwriter Dave Bass is promoting his quartet-inspired album to a new generation of listeners. The eight radio-sized selections on The Welcome Table sound like nostalgic reflections by a revivalist vocal harmony group, the kind that appears on TJ Lubinsky’s PBS specials. The songs have a latter-day Soul Stirrers vibe, with Bass channeling Sam Cooke’s elastic tenor but without his trademark yodel. Bass is accompanied by an uncredited quartet and contemporary musical backdrop. The title track as ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 111

Click on the image above to start program Playlist for Episode 111: Satan, we’re gonna tear your kingdom down – Shirley Caesar All God’s children ain’t free – Jones Family Singers Whoa – Bryan Andrew Wilson Jesus will fix it – Anthony Faulkner When will it end – Dave Bass & the D.B.G.s I will be waiting – Guro After your heart – withLove All in – J Bethel & Spoken For Oh how I love Jesus – Brothers in Unity Fight the power (freestyle) – Nucci Reyo the King’s Kid Heal (find a way) – Brian Courtney Wilson It’s ...

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“When Will It End?” – Dave Bass & the D.B.G.s

“When Will It End?” Dave Bass & the D.B.G.s DNB Associates, Inc. (2013) www.cdbaby.com/cd/davebass2 DC-area gospel soloist Dave Bass recorded “When Will It End?” in 2013 after the death of Trayvon Martin. Since the song’s message, “the way you look can change your fate,” rings just as true four years later, he’s putting it back front and center to call more attention to the need for justice and truth. Bass’s stinging line about Martin, “only seventeen, went for a snack / a brief encounter, never came back,” subconsciously evokes “The Ballad of Emmett Till,” a 1956 recording by Scatman Crothers’ ...

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