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“I Need You” – Jermane C. Milton

“I Need You” Jermane C. Milton Harmony House Ministries (release date: April 14, 2017) Available on Amazon By Bob Marovich It may be that Jermane C. Milton’s cover of Shirley Caesar’s “This Joy,” made over with slamming funk bass runs courtesy of James Coleman, is the artist’s single and what earned him a 2018 Rhythm of Gospel Award for Urban Contemporary Male Vocalist, but for my money, it’s his “I Need You” that deserves the attention. A simple, light, piano-led melodic praise ballad whose only fault is a more-than-five-minute length, “I Need You” starts undistinguished enough, but Milton and his ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: October 26, 2015

“The Lord Will Make a Way” The Bishops Quartet From I Know What Prayer Can Do (2015) www.thebishopsquartet.net The unapologetically old school Bishops Quartet tackles The Lord Will Make a Way,” Thomas A. Dorsey’s classic gospel of hope. The group’s bluesy, deliberate approach conjures the way gospel quartets covered the song in the 1950s and 1960s, but with the full-bodied organ-piano-guitar-bass music backdrop popular in the 1970s. “Lord” is consistent in sound and style with the group’s previous material. From Richmond, Virginia, the Bishops Quartet was founded in 2009 and consists of Bishops Alvin Palmer (manager), Thurman Hargrove, James Coleman, ...

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