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JGM Music Hour: Episode 142

Episode 142 Playlist Come see about me – Exciting Holy Sons Power – Nikki D & the Browns My God is holy – Rev. John Lee Hooker Jr. Big – Pastor Mike Jr. God wants to heal you – Earnest Pugh Look to the hills – Rev. Luther Barnes & Restoration Worship Center Choir Been good – Torry Dulaney Jehovah God – Gospel Heritage 2.0 feat. Madelyn Berry I hear rain – Edwrin Sutton & Kingdom Culture Look at God – Darrell Luster presents the Legends of Quartet The blood – Rev. R. L. Bush & New Swan Silvertones Clean ...

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For the Lord – I’m Gonna Do Your Will

For the Lord I’m Gonna Do Your Will Independent (2019) By Bob Marovich From the Soul Stirrers to Endurance, Houston, Texas, has a strong gospel quartet history. For the Lord is another quartet that hails from the 713. As demonstrated on its full-length release, I’m Gonna Do Your Will, the group possesses an easy, relaxed sound, pulling elements from the smooth-singing R&B male groups of the 1990s. That is not to say For the Lord doesn’t have drive tempo tracks up their sleeve. One of them, “Yes I Did,” opens the album. The song is led by Phillip Grant, who ...

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JGM Music Hour: Episode 104

          Click on the image above to begin the program. Playlist for Episode 104: Jesus lifted me (live) – Rev. Roy Reed & the Zion Jubilees He’s alright – For the Lord Since Jesus came into my heart – Treva Living for Jesus – Sophiya Joy! – WDF feat. Top Line Vocal Collective People all over the world need Jesus – Robert Horton & Voices of Many Waters I know what God did last summer – Carl B. Phillips & Friends Nowhere – Christon Gray Help me out – Ysabella Old ship of Zion – Gospel ...

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For the Lord – Greater

For the Lord Greater (private press 2015) By Bob Marovich For the Lord may be an unorthodox name for a gospel quartet, but the group has been around for some time and their new album, Greater, demonstrates that the gentlemen are 100 percent gospel quartet with a traditional bent. The quartet appears to favor brisk tempo sing- and clap-along songs, as the album has several, starting with the opening cut, “He’s Alright” and “Blessing On the Way.” “Grip on God” and “Solution is Jesus” also have that rocking rhythm that is quintessentially quartet. Johnavan “Bo Peep” Sauls, the credited songwriter, works ...

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