Tag Archives: Roscoe Robinson

JGM Music Hour – Episode 146

Episode 146 Playlist Been changed – Chosen Wonders I appreciate you – Fred Perry & 2nd Generation Another chance – The McDuffies Someday – Shirley Murdock feat. Regina Belle, Beverly Crawford, & Kelly Price Love – Donnell Russell & Free Worship On and on – Darius Paulk feat. Janae Slack-Smith Waiting on you – Dominique Johnson feat. Ernest J. Lee He’s alive – Tametre Lawrence feat. Simply Praise Jesus let us be one – Roscoe Robinson God made it beautiful – Jason Clayborn & Atmosphere Changers feat. Daria Raymore Heal the brokenness – Mietta Stancil-Farrar God is good – Ethan ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: July 27, 2020

“Jesus, Let Us Be One” Roscoe Robinson Savoy Records (original release date: March 1983, reissue 2020) By Bob Marovich “Problems all around us, everyone has an answer,” Roscoe Robinson rues. Seeking the true solution, the gospel and soul singing star not only reaches back for the Word, he also reaches back more than three decades into his own song catalog. On “Jesus, Let Us Be One,” originally released on his 1983 Savoy solo album He’s the One, Roscoe prays for unity in His name “and in your love.” Starting out slow and introspective, the song picks up steam courtesy of a ...

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JGM Music Hour: Episode 131

Episode 131 Playlist: He picked me up – Spencer Taylor Jr. & the Highway QCs Working in my favor – Bishop Leonard Scott Take care of you – C. J. Taylor & Men of Fellowship Changed – Will Downing Redeemed – Vincent Tharpe & Kenosis This song is for you – Min. Earl Bynum Go – Trin-i-tee 5:7 I wanna know you – Intimate Praise The epilogue (for me), feat. Phil J. – Da’ T.R.U.T.H. Turn right and go straight – Roscoe Robinson Going – Christina Bell It’s like fire – Lady Bartee Resting place – Casey J

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“Turn Right and Go Straight” – Roscoe Robinson

“Turn Right and Go Straight” Roscoe Robinson ABKCO Music & Records (release date: June 29, 2018) By Bob Marovich On the subject of veteran travelers of the gospel highway, Roscoe Robinson has been singing gospel quartet, with a notable side trip as a national soul artist, since the early 1950s. “Turn Right and Go Straight” is Robinson without his recent quartet, the Birmingham Blind Boys, and with a roadhouse band, rocking electric guitar riffs, and righteous background vocalists.  In solid voice, Robinson employs travel directions as a metaphor to help the sinner guide his way to “the pearly gate.” The ...

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