Tag Archives: Kevin Davidson

JGM Pick of the Week: February 10, 2020

“God Wants to Heal You” Earnest Pugh Black Smoke Music (from the 2017 album Survive) By Bob Marovich Recorded originally in 2006 by Apostle Kevin Davidson and the Voices, the Davidson-penned “God Wants to Heal You,” which was covered by Earnest Pugh as early as 2009, is being promoted as a single. Much shorter in its new go-around than Davidson’s original, the gospel ballad nevertheless receives a faithful treatment from Pugh, whose tenor voice is similar in texture to the composer’s own (both are from Memphis). Pugh also brings along an ensemble of background vocalists to assist as the choir. ...

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JGM Music Hour: Episode 135

Episode 135 Playlist: Amazing – The Davis’ So much to thank God for – Bishop Jonathan Greer feat. Lorraine Punch-Baldwin Child of the king – New York Fellowship Children’s Choir Don’t break – Micah Lee One praise away – Kevin Davidson All of my help – Northern Delaware Chapter of GMWA Recording Choir I am more than a conqueror – Tonya Lewis Taylor That’s what He did for me – Mighty Men of Faith Work on me – Faithful Connection Maybe it’s okay – We Are Messengers Every Time – Social Club Misfits Shine – Christa Deana Hallelujah – E.D. ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: May 27, 2019

“One Praise Away” Kevin Davidson Infinity Music Group (release date: March 1, 2019) By Bob Marovich “One Praise Away” is a spirit-filled Sunday morning song, a call-and-response declamation of victory between the Memphis-based Kevin Davidson, Cheryl Rogers, and the Voices, their choral harmonies full-throated and thunderous. The organ chirps, the drums and bass set a solid rhythm section, and the handclapping ensues. It evokes the work of fellow Memphian, the late O’Landa Draper, as well as Ricky Dillard & New G. Kevin Davidson and the Voices (formerly the Voices of Binghamton) recorded a number of albums for New Haven Records ...

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