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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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“Glory” – Detroit Youth Choir feat. IndigoYaj

“Glory” Detroit Youth Choir feat. IndigoYaj (release date: July 13, 2020) www.detroityouthchoir.org By Bob Marovich From the 2014 film Selma, “Glory” is an ideal piece to sing for choruses everywhere, and especially youth ensembles like the fifty-plus member Detroit Youth Choir, which retains the song’s inspirational soul while foregrounding its sobering message of inequality. Rap interludes from former DYC member IndigoYaj update the original by expressing the anxieties of COVID-19 and righteous anger over the persistence of racism. The choir received a shout out from none other than John Legend, who co-wrote “Glory” with Common and Rhymefest. The DYC puts ...

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