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JGM Presents the Best CDs, Singles and Historic Reissues of 2021

By Bob Marovich As is our custom for this time of year, the Journal of Gospel Music presents its “best of” lists in the category of CDs, songs, and historical releases. The recordings were not chosen as “best of” based on sales, chart status, promotion, voting, fan popularity, number of likes or retweets, committee decisions, throwing darts, reading tea leaves, arm twisting, or anything other than 1) JGM was serviced with the music for review and 2) JGM believes they best represented gospel/sacred music in 2021 in terms of overall music quality. Artists whose music does not appear here: please ...

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JGM Music Hour: Episode 158

Episode 158 Playlist: Weeping may endure – Ruth Black & the Harmonettes Trouble in my way – Johnny Ruffin Jr. You fight on – James Pinckney Jr. & the Voices of Faith Jesus Christ is Lord – Carmella Green More than enough – Tiff Jones We win – Christina Bell Praise him – Mud Morganfield Thankful – Pastor James Cutts Making angels – Tracy Worth Tell me where – Darius Twyman & Destiny Pass me not – Elder Randall Ogans Sr. & Dorian Ogans There will be a light again – Kali Joy

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JGM Pick of the Week September 28, 2021

“More than Enough” Tiff Jones Independent (release date: August 27, 2021) By Robert M. Marovich “More than Enough” is a gorgeous meditation on the transformative power of God’s love, made all the more beautiful by Tiff Jones’ restful delivery. Her vocals and the delicate musicianship flow like gently cleansing water. The harmonies on the lyrics about peace and grace are scrumptious. A key change at the end would have made it even more affecting. It’s the first songwriting credit for co-writer Nicole Thomas, a Chicagoan now living in the near western suburb of Oak Park (Donald Robinson is the other ...

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