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JGM Music Hour – Episode 161

Episode 161 Playlist He kept me – Lamont Sanders It shall pass – Dr. James Mable Jr. Holy – Maritza Rico Let God – Eloise He’s alright – Frierson Brothers Fall on me – A. Samar Biggham Thank you – Sonny Brown The garden – E. Daniels On the way – Luther Wardlaw Night song – Javon Jackson feat. Nikki Giovanni On and on – The Collective UG Now I know – Ted & Sheri feat. The Walls Group Well done – Timothy J. Bouknight

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“He’s Alright” – Frierson Brothers

“He’s Alright” Frierson Brothers From the JEF Records album Breakthrough (release date: October 18, 2021) www.friersonbrothers.com By Robert M. Marovich The Frierson Brothers hail from New Jersey, but on “He’s Alright,” they continue to sound like they are not a duo from the North but a quartet from the South. It’s because the brothers’ musical conversation about the goodness of Jesus features their meaty vocals atop a funky Memphis Sound-style rhythm section, aggressive blasts of brass, and cheery background vocalists who echo their earnest plaudits. It’s a feel-good gospel appropriate for the theme of hallelujah gratitude. “He’s Alright” is produced ...

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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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The Frierson Brothers – Breakthrough

The Frierson BrothersBreakthroughJ.E.F. Records (release date: November 23, 2020)www.friersonbrothers.com By Robert M. Marovich There are so many links to gospel music history on the Frierson Brothers’ Breakthrough that it would be hard for the album to not feel a little like a church revival. First, the album, produced by Derrick Lee and east coast gospel stalwart James Perry, was recorded live at Newark’s Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church under Pastor Elton T. Byrd. With his wife Louberta “Lady” Byrd, Pastor Byrd has ministered for years over records and radio. Second, Rev. Milton Biggham offered the use of his Mount Vernon Baptist ...

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