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JGM Music Hour: Episode 137

Episode 137 Playlist: He’s coming back – Rev. Lawrence Thomison I’ll be alright – Larry Hill Don’t judge me – Kierra Sheard In my name – Ruth La’Ontra While I wait – Shara J Bless somebody else – Kurt Carr & Kurt Carr Singers I got Jesus – Keyondra Lockett God can do anything – VaShawn Mitchell I’m trying to be like Jesus – Camille Nelson feat. Kimberly Knighton & Britney Holman Way maker – Tonya Ware Give Him glory – Dr. LaTonya Earl The way I go – Vessel Mommy’s medley – Zak Williams & 1Akord

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“Give Him Glory” – Dr. LaTonya Earl

“Give Him Glory” Dr. LaTonya Earl Latonyaearl1@gmail.com By Bob Marovich Houstonian Dr. LaTonya Earl’s sassy single “When I Stopped Playing with Jesus” is distinctive in melody and lyric, but it’s her work on the worship ballad “Give Him Glory” that best sells her skills to the gospel music public. This simple song, with its singularly singable melody, finds Earl at her unbridled best. Like a seasoned gospel soloist, she raises the song’s temperature from cool and even to a breathless apex without coming close to going off the melismatic cliff. The independent artist Dr. LaTonya Earl has earned honors at ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 112

          Click on the image above to start program Playlist for Episode 112: I got out – Bryan Popin Testify – James Douglas feat. LeJeune Thompson It could have been me – Dorothy Norwood feat. Dorinda Clark-Cole That’s what He is – Miami Mass Choir feat. Betty Wright When I stopped playing with Jesus – LaTonya Earl God’s FreqWincey – Wincey My brothers – Brotha Mike You can’t fly higher than God – Dave Bass Jesus wants to bless you – Sharon Moore Do what the Lord says do – Carolyn Traylor Step back, watch God ...

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“When I Stopped Playing with Jesus” – LaTonya Earl

“When I Stopped Playing with Jesus” LaTonya Earl (private release, 2014) To purchase a copy, email Latonyaearl1@gmail.com Houston gospel singer LaTonya Earl gets transparent on “When I Stopped Playing with Jesus.” After “playing with,” or not fully accepting, the Lord, Earl “plants her feet” in church and sees the light. She cleverly interpolates the gospel hymns “I Saw the Light” and “Jesus, the Light of the World” to reaffirm her conversion message. The handclapping rhythm and whirling organ give the song a traditional feel, and a call-and-response with the background vocalists is like a quartet vamp, but an R&B bounce throughout ...

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