Tag Archives: Desmond Roberson

JGM Music Hour: Best of 2020

God’s Gonna Do It – Ricky Dillard & New G (Motown Gospel) Yes I Am! – Michelle David & the Gospel Sessions (MDGS Records) I Don’t Wanna Go – Isaac Carree (Shanachie Entertainment Group) Take Me Back – DOE (Life Room / RCA Inspiration) Shepherd – Nashville Life Music featuring Leeland (Integrity Music) I’ll Never Stop Praising the Lord – Northern Delaware Chapter GMWA Recording Choir (Enon Music Group) A Charge – Desmond Roberson & the Roberson Bunch (3 Sonz) Never Gave Up – Tasha Cobbs Leonard (Motown Gospel) Take a Look in the Book – Legendary Ingramettes (Virginia Folklife ...

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JGM’s Best CDs, Singles and Historic Reissues of 2020

By Bob Marovich As is our custom for this time of year, the Journal of Gospel Music presents its “best of” lists in the category of CDs, songs, and historical releases. The recordings were not chosen as “best of” based on sales, chart status, promotion, voting, fan popularity, number of likes or retweets, committee decisions, throwing darts, reading tea leaves, arm twisting, or anything other than 1) JGM was serviced with the music for review either on its own platform or for review in another journal or publication, and 2) JGM believes they best represented gospel/sacred music in 2020 in ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 145

Episode 145 Playlist He made a way for me – New Christianaires Better days – Joe Daccache Stand on His promises – Tameka Patton feat. Pastor Korey Mickie I’ll serve Him – Ken Heath and the True Disciples Everything will be alright – Geneatha Wright Everyday – K-Anthony Follow – Marshalee Meet me where I’m at – Trampolines Things unseen – Frye Family Band Jesus Christ is the way – Dawn Thomas Wallace More abundantly medley – Ricky Dillard & New G Lift the savior – AJ Collier & the Band of Believers A change – Desmond Roberson & the ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: June 1, 2020

“A Charge”Desmond Roberson & the Roberson BunchFrom the 3 Sonz Records Here’s the Story(release date: May 22, 2020) By Bob Marovich Don’t let the amusing Brady Bunch-like cover fool you. There’s some serious singing on “A Charge,” from Desmond Roberson & the Roberson Bunch. It is an exhilarating Pentecostal-meets-quartet take on the hymn “A Charge to Keep I Have,” arranged by husband-and-wife team Desmond and Tammy Roberson. The piece, which serves as the finale of a live recording by the family band from Valdosta, Georgia, allows the congregation a chance to get their last long praise on. Desmond leads with ...

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