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Trish Standley – No One Else

Trish Standley No One Else Jan’s Joy Ministries (2016) www.trishstandley.com By Bob Marovich The starting salvo of gospel singer and fashionista Trish Standley’s new album, No One Else, is refreshing in its simplicity. There are no anthemic trumpeting synths, no declarative shouts of “C‘mon and put your hands together,” both of which introduce too many gospel albums these days. Instead, Standley’s opener, “Again I Worship,” is a peaceful piano-dominated praiser that gives her room to exercise her girlish soprano. Reprising the airy introduction is the title track, written by Tiffanie Barnes, with its sweetly sung melody and humble plaudits to ...

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JGM Music Hour: Episode 93

Click on the image above to begin streaming Episode 93: Playlist (in order of appearance): In His hands – McDonald Sisters I’ll make it alright – Trish Standley He’s done it all for me – Rev. J.C. Jenkins & the Sounds of Joy Thank you – Tonya Lewis-Taylor Praise His name – Boyz of Triumph You are – Tracey McFadden Holy Spirit – Marjane’ Totally – Perfection The heart of the father – Brad & Rebekah feat. Watoto Children’s Choir Hero – AsOne Better – The Showers All praise – Anton Milton & Glorified Oh Jesus – Holy South Jesus ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: June 8, 2015

“I’ll Make It All Right” Trish Standley From the forthcoming Jan’s Joy CD No One Else www.trishstandley.com Gospel thrush and fashionista Trish Standley covers the Beautiful Zion Missionary Baptist Church Choir of Chicago’s 1973 hit, “I’ll Make It All Right,” with all of the joyous soulful funkiness of the original. The backing group hand claps as Standley delivers the encouraging message, weaving melodic lines in her upper register. Standley didn’t have to do much more than reprise the original to make it musically relevant because it was ahead of its time when it was released more than 40 years ago. ...

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Trish Standley – Redemption

Trish Standley Redemption (private press) www.jansjoy.net By Bob Marovich for The Black Gospel Blog. Redemption presents the listener with an unspoken assignment: which side of gospel singer-songwriter Trish Standley do you like best? Is it the bright, chirpy and optimistic R&B side, exemplified on the hard-charging opening track, “Cheer Up,” and the disco-fueled “Love?” Or do you prefer the charmingly sugar-sweet CCM-tinged singer who croons on “Because of You,” the pretty “Remember Me,” and the ode to discipleship, “Here I Am?” Maybe it’s Standley’s jazzier shade that captures your attention, as she hangs loosely with a small combo on “He ...

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