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Mississippi Mass Choir – Declaration of Dependence

Mississippi Mass Choir Declaration of Dependence Malaco Records (2014) www.malaco.com By Bob Marovich Halfway through Declaration of Dependence, the Mississippi Mass Choir’s latest album, I realized that the choir has inherited the mantle once worn by the celebrated Thompson Community Singers. Just as music ministers could not wait for the latest Tommies album to discover new songs and arrangements to teach their church choirs, Mississippi Mass Choir albums offer the same opportunity for today’s directors. Miss Mass hits such as “He’ll Carry You,” “God Made Me,” and “When I Rose This Morning” went from CD to choir lofts around the ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 86

Click on the image above to begin the program. Playlist for Episode 86: Old time religion – New Converted Voices God will – Kergyma Community Choir All we need is love – Totally 4 Him feat. Doug Williams & Stan Jones It’s our time – Dr. Vera J. Goodman & Anointed Praise Here I am – Team David The greater – J. Grant Thompson Just know God cares – Natasha Gray Alright OK – J Moss He shall reign – Bridgett Kern Leave that woman alone – Evang. Nelson Larkins & God’s Posse Havin’ church – Min. C.L. Johnson Hallelujah ...

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“All We Need Is Love” – Totally 4 Him feat. Doug Williams & Stan Jones

“All We Need Is Love” Totally 4 Him feat. Doug Williams & Stan Jones T4HBless@gmail.com Totally 4 Him, a young male quartet from the Full Gospel Church of God in Lumber City, Georgia, calls its style “quartemporary:” quartet music with a contemporary twist. The group’s national debut single, “All We Need Is Love,” illustrates the singers’ commitment to genre-bending by combining quartet harmonies with an island beat and smooth pop production. The Caribbean flavor gives the song’s inspirational we’ve-got-to-love-everybody theme a Bob Marley feel. The single also benefits from able assists by gospel quartet veterans Doug Williams and Stan Jones, who drop ...

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