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“Pass Me Not” – Elder Randall Ogans Sr. & Dorian Ogans

“Pass Me Not”Elder Randall Ogans Sr. & Dorian OgansAlpha 7 Ministries (release date: September 5, 2021)https://elderrandalloganssr.hearnow.com By Robert M. Marovich Gospel jazz artist Elder Randall Ogans Sr. and his equally-talented son Dorian combine their efforts to tastefully update the beloved Fanny Crosby hymn “Pass Me Not.” Dorian’s acoustic piano and electric guitar riffs give the hymn a gentle swing that evokes a late-night cafe’ jam session, until Randall’s organ enters and brings it back to Sunday morning worship. It’s the kind of restful piece you play just before or after service, or at the end of a very busy Sunday.

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 148

Episode 148 Playlist: One more time – Cynthia Adams Testimony – Young Men 4 Christ Take your burdens – Shirley McNeil & Singers of Faith Precious Lord, take my hand – Dr. Henry Jackson What a friend – Elder Randall Ogans Sr. Wade in the water – Miss Freddye This little light of mine – David Billingsley Never give up – Tasha Cobbs Leonard Speak to me – Koryn Hawthorne Your love is – People of the Earth Trouble don’t last – P.U.S.H. Glory – Detroit Youth Choir, feat. IndigoYaj Oh Jesus (remix) – Dorothy Norwood feat. Dorinda Clark-Cole

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Elder Randall Ogans Sr. – What a Friend

Elder Randall Ogans Sr. What a Friend Alpha 7 Ministries (release date: October 1, 2020) www.alpha7.org By Bob Marovich Elder Randall Ogans Sr.’s What a Friend contains classic hymns bathed in smooth instrumental arrangements. Well, almost. “We Need to Pray” is the one and only track with lyrics or, more specifically, a spoken word meditation by Elder Ogans. Over the melody of the Lords of Harmony’s 1965 single, “If God Gave Us Everything,” Ogans shares a real-life parable about a homeless shelter to remind listeners that there but for the grace of God go we. Otherwise, it’s instrumental jazz played ...

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