Tag Archives: Michelle David

JGM Music Hour: Episode 143

Episode 143 Playlist Never forget – Atlanta Chapter of GMWA Mass Choir I don’t wanna go – Isaac Carree Come on down – Pastor Greg Harris Keeper of my heart – Avalon Keep holding on – Denita Gibbs Good God – Benita Jones Unbelief – Stephen King Hope in you – We Are Heirs Out of this – Jason Williams The Lord’s Prayer – Peg Luke Without condition – Ashy Akakpo Come away with me – Leo V. Yes I am – Michelle David & the Gospel Sessions Just one plague – Esther Igbekele JP

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Michelle David & the Gospel Sessions: Vol. 4

Michelle David & the Gospel Sessions Vol. 4 MDGS Records (release date: March 6, 2020) http://michelledavidandthegospelsessions.com/ By Bob Marovich If you didn’t know better, you’d think that the fourth volume of songs by Michelle David & the Gospel Sessions is a long lost vinyl album from the 1970s, but it’s as recent as today’s breakfast. The disc reunites David, born and educated in New York and living in Holland since 1994, with Holland multi-instrumentalists Onno Smit, Toon Oomen, and Paul Willemsen. The album follows and responds to a series of highs and lows for the aggregation. Highs: Volume 3 earned ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 117

          Click on the image above to begin streaming the show. Episode 117 Playlist: Well done – Ernest J. Lee feat. Donnie Tuck Jesus is Lord – Calvin Bridges I will not fear – Devin Sinclair Williams Higher place – Angelo and Veronica A hero song – Royce Lovett Holy, holy – Dr. Allyn E. Waller Presents Fresh Anointing I know the Lord – Michelle David Job well done – Above Board Where do we go – Paula and Angie Number 1 contender – Hi-Lite Real Too hard not to – Tina Campbell Never give up ...

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Michelle David – The Gospel Sessions Volume 2

Michelle David The Gospel Sessions Vol. 2 Excelsior Recordings www.excelsior-recordings.com By Bob Marovich Ironically, Michelle David’s The Gospel Sessions Volume 2 has such deep roots in Americana music that it probably would never be released by a U.S.-based gospel label. The current clamor for big and bold gospel singing and stadium-sized musicianship has eclipsed the more subtle, but no less soulful, sacred sounds and nuanced artistry of singers like Liz Vice and, as she demonstrates on this album, Michelle David. David, born and educated in New York and living in Holland since 1994, reunites with multi-instrumentalists Onno Smit, Toon Oomen, and ...

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