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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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“Where Do We Go” – Paula & Angie

“Where Do We Go” Paula & Angie From the G2 Music Group CD Where Do We Go (release date: August 4, 2017) www.paulaandangiemusic.com By Bob Marovich On the title track of their new album, Where Do We Go, mother-daughter gospel duo Paula & Angie offer sound advice on how Christians can make a difference in today’s turbulent world. Opening with bluesy gospel piano and organ, the song drops into a comfortable mid-tempo groove. The duo asks the body ecclesiae to not get caught up in “rules and doctrines” but instead adopt Christ-like action to “do what’s best for all God’s children, not just me.” Like ...

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JGM Music Hour: Episode 103

          Click on the image above to listen to Episode 103: Playlist for Music Hour: Episode 103 Clap your hands – Pastor David Wright & NY Fellowship Mass Choir Saturate us – Bishop Andrew Merritt & Straight Gate Mass Choir Let it all go – Anthony Faulkner feat. Nikki Potts In the hands of the carpenter – Paula and Angie One angel short – Kalind Haynes Anything can happen – Jonathan Nelson More than a friend – Deon Robertson Serve – Divine Souls He’ll understand – Joyce Barrett Freedom – Lecrae feat. N’Dambi Step out on ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: March 7, 2016

“In the Hands of the Carpenter” Paula and Angie Lamon Records www.paulaandangiemusic.com With bluesier guitar licks, a funky rhythm, and a more soulful choir of BGVs than you typically hear in mainstream gospel, Paula and Angie’s “In the Hands of the Carpenter” calls on the Heavenly Carpenter to “tear down the walls in our heart” and fix us good: “Let Him change you, rearrange you, do what He wants to do.” “I’m a real fixer-upper,” the mother-daughter duo sings, and the construction analogies keep going from there. Refreshingly old-school in a Muscle Shoals sort of way. Paula Greene and Angie ...

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