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Rev. Joe Freeman And Wife June - Country Gospel Songs In Stereo download mp3 album
Performer:
Rev. Joe Freeman And Wife June
Album:
Country Gospel Songs In Stereo
Style:
Gospel, Country, Rockabilly
Released:
1969
FLAC vers. size:
1818 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1198 mb
WMA vers. size:
1944 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ★
Votes:
634

Album title on the cover reads "Country Gospel Songs In Stereo" whereas the title shown on the label is "Rev. Back cover notes: We recorded this album with sincere hopes that it will be a blessing to all who hear it and pray that through the songs that someone will find their way out of darkness into the wonderful light of the Lord.

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Tracklist

A1 I Have Hope
A2 Sinner Man
A3 Jesus Met The Woman At The Well
A4 Till The Last Leaves Shall Fall
A5 Thank You For The Valley
A6 If You Believe
B1 Wake Me Up When It's All Over
B2 Search Me Lord
B3 Jonah's Gourd Vine
B4 Child Of The King
B5 John The Revelator

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Rite Record Productions, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Rite Record Productions, Inc.

Credits

  • Bass – James Cooke
  • Engineer – Carl J. Burkhardt*
  • Guitar – Jeanette Cooke, Joe Freeman
  • Lead Guitar – Grady Burton
  • Rhythm Guitar – Jack Cooke
  • Tambourine – Hubert Cooke

Notes

Album title on the cover reads "Country Gospel Songs In Stereo" whereas the title shown on the label is "Rev. Joe Freeman Sings."

Back cover notes:
We recorded this album with sincere hopes that it will be a blessing to all who hear it and pray that through the songs that someone will find their way out of darkness into the wonderful light of the Lord. We hope and pray that you will feel the spirit as we felt it as we sang "Child Of The King," and also if you are going though a trial that you will listen to the words of "Thank You For The Valley." May God richly bless you is our prayer.

Reverend and Mrs. Joe Freeman

Address: Box 207
Wise, Va. 24293

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): RITE-1742- STEREO - 24255 - JOE FREEMAN - 2 4/21/69 CJB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): RITE-1742- STEREO - 24256 - JOE FREEMAN - 2 4/21/69 CJB


  • Voodoosida
i would love to have this album. Please contact me. and if there is others by this artists Gospel i would love to purchase this as well
  • FreandlyMan
Never mind the pipe dream of unearthing a thousand dollar “raer” amidst all the Streisand and Conniff. Records like this are what keep me digging in the thrift bins. Every now and then a “What the hell, it’s only a buck” thrift store flyer proves to be a revelation once you get it home and slap it on the turntable. Getting your mind blown by something you never saw coming is, in its way, more richly rewarding than coming into possession of something long coveted but already familiar. At first glance, this one did not have much to recommend it other than the odd front cover photo which I found amusing, albeit in a somewhat unsettling way. It certainly had the look of a private press vanity project – which it almost certainly was. Unlike the vast majority of content on recordings of that ilk, this one had more than an ironic “so bad, it’s good” appeal. Truth be told, the music on this record makes for a genuinely enjoyable listen. An enjoyment that has held up well over the course of several repeated plays on my part.I’m hardly a connoisseur of the Country genre so I’m unable to offer a close comp for the music heard on this LP. But if someone had told me this was a lost session from the Sun Records studios circa 1960 or so, I might well have believed it. The down home vocal harmonies of Rev. Joe and “Wife June” are quite winning. As are the twangy backing guitars. It’s certainly a sound I’ve come to associate with the country/rockabilly stylings that were not uncommon on that label at that time.Every track on the album is a good one but for me the unquestioned highlight is “Jonah’s Gourd Vine,” a ripping rockabilly number in which Rev. Joe inveighs against “glorified preachers” and warning them to:Tell the people what they got to do, When you preach you better preach the gospelOr brother you’ll stand in the judgement, too!Throughout the song, Rev. Joe names several of the transgressions that these “glorified preachers” have failed to adequately condemn, among them television, plunging necklines, and this:You can see the sisters coming with their hair cut off above their earThey’ll kneel down and try to talk to Jesus but in their eyes there’s not a tearThey might have asked the pastor was it wrong to cut it and he might’ve said it’s not too wrong But if the pastor had stuck to the gospel, the sisters’ hair might’ve still been long!While such sentiments are certainly anathema to a staunchly agnostic, live-and-let-live cat such as myself, hearing them expressed in a musical setting that another preacher might conceivably denounce as the work of Beelzebub makes them palatable. More than palatable, really… great fun! One need not be a true believer to whoop for joy as I did upon hearing this song for the first time. A dynamite track on a really fine record.
  • Beranyle
Added "I Have Hope" if you want a taste of the album. Enjoy!
  • Friert
Perhaps you might find time to whoop up some songs on the ole' Youtube! Looking forward to that. Thanks for the fine review.