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Chanticleer - Where The Sun Will Never Go Down (Spirituals And Traditional Gospel Music) download mp3 album

Chanticleer - Where The Sun Will Never Go Down (Spirituals And Traditional Gospel Music) download mp3 album
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Where The Sun Will Never Go Down (Spirituals And Traditional Gospel Music)
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Vocal, Gospel
Released:
2002
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US
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Gospel music is a genre of Christian music. The creation, performance, significance, and even the definition of gospel music varies according to culture and social context. Gospel music is composed and performed for many purposes, including aesthetic pleasure, religious or ceremonial purposes, and as an entertainment product for the marketplace. Gospel music usually has dominant vocals (often with strong use of harmony) with Christian lyrics.

Songlist: Where The Sun Will Never Go Down, Steal Away, Keep Your Hand On The Plow, Calling My Children Home. Joseph Linn : Moving Up To Gloryland. These arrangements of the Five Spirituals grew from the arranger's desire to see a larger and more interesting repertoire for mixed choruses, and were created with the approval of Tippett's biographer and execture, Merion Bowen. Songlist: Steal Away, Nobody Knows, Go Down Moses, By And By, Deep River. Moses Hogan : Feel The Spirit.

This traditional gospel song from 1873 is thought to have its roots in English folk music. It has proved popular with country music singers – Dolly Parton, Crystal Gayle and Charlie Rich have covered it – but perhaps the pick is a vibrant version by Etta James. Kirk Franklin: ‘Wanna Be Happy? It’s my goal to try to lead people to the manufacturer of their souls, said Kirk Franklin, who won the 12th and 13th Grammy awards of his career in 2017 for his comeback album Losing My Religion. How could these two masterpieces not be in the list : ‘Every Time I Feel The Spirit’ by The Spirit Of Memphis Quartet ‘Gods Word Will Never Pass Away’ by The Sensational Nightingales’. Bob. November 6, 2017 at 12:53 am. Nothing by Elvis? Reply.

How Sweet the Sound: Spirituals & Traditional Gospel Music.

Where Did Gospel Music Come From? Gospel music originated from the soulful cry of the Negro in the cotton fields of the slave era. It was forged out of the fires of suffering of the oppressed Negro people, and developed further during the years of hardship and depression that followed. The historical influence of gospel music on the music industry as we know it today is well documented. The modern music of today’s pop culture has evolved over the years drawing from many and varied streams, not the least of which is the rich heritage that has come down to us through the development of gospel music. From the cotton fields of the American slave plantations came the Negro spiritual.

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1 Old Time Religion
Solo Vocal, Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
3:55
2 Deep River
Arranged By – Roy Ringwald
3:02
3 Jesus Come By Here
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings Solo Vocal – Mark Daniel
3:07
4 All Night, All Day
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
3:59
5 We Shall Walk Through The Valley In Peace
Arranged By – W. Appling*
3:56
Where The Sun Will Never Go Down
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
(11:51)
6.1 Ain't That Good News
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
6.2 Good News (The Chariot's Comin')
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
6.3 Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings Solo Vocal – Tom Hart
6.4 Over Yonder
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
6.5 I Got Shoes
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
7 Steal Away
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
5:23
8 I've Been 'Buked
Arranged By – Hall Johnson
2:49
9 Lord I Want To Be A Christian
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
6:09
10 Am I A Soldier Of The Cross
Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
7:18
11 Twelve Gates To The City
Chorus – Joseph Jennings , Neal Rogers, Randall WongSolo Vocal – Bruce SellarsSolo Vocal, Arranged By – Joseph Jennings
5:27

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Mitchell Sandler, Tom Hart
  • Bass Vocals – Mark Keller , Paul Guttry, Tim Gibler
  • Countertenor Vocals – Randall Wong, Steven Rickards
  • Countertenor Vocals, Music Director – Joseph Jennings
  • Design – David Rose
  • Engineer – Don Ososke
  • Photography – James McCaffry
  • Producer – Steve Barnett
  • Tenor Vocals – Bruce Sellars, Mark Daniel, Neal Rogers
  • Tenor Vocals, Creative Director [Art Director] – Louis Botto

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CR-8802 Chanticleer Where The Sun Will Never Go Down (Spirituals And Traditional Gospel Music) ‎(CD, Album) Chanticleer Records CR-8802 US 1990
4509-90878-2 Chanticleer Where The Sun Will Never Go Down (Spirituals And Traditional Gospel Music) ‎(CD, Album) Teldec Classics 4509-90878-2 Germany 1994