ContentsDisc 1, Introduction. Goodbye Babylon, pt. I (Rev. T.T. Rose and singers) ; Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb (Da Costa Woltz's Southern Broadcasters) ; Woke up this morning (with my mind on Jesus) (Roosevelt Graves and brother [Aaron Graves]) ; Present joys (Alabama Sacred Harp Singers) ; All I want is that pure religion (Blind Lemon Jefferson) ; Satisfied (J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers) ; As the life of a flower (Chuck Wagon Gang) ; Thou carest Lord, for me (Holy Ghost Sanctified Singers) ; Lift him up, that's all (Washington Phillips) ; Rock my soul (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) ; There's a light lit up in Galilee (Ernest V. Stoneman's Dixie Mountaineers) ; Crucifixion (Arizona Dranes) ; Crying holy unto the Lord (Blue Chips) ; I'll never go back (Louvin Brothers) ; God's gonna separate the wheat from the tares (Mahalia Jackson) ; Blessed are the poor in spirit (Luther Magby) ; I belong to the band, Hallelujah! (Rev. Gary Davis) ; River of Jordan (Carter Family) ; Sow good seeds (Lil McClintock) ; I'll be satisfied (Bryant's Jubilee Quartet) ; Troubled 'bout my soul (Frank Palmes) ; Dry bones (Bascom Lamar Lunsford) ; Jesus my all (Carlisle Brothers) ; Creep along, Moses (Taskiana Four) ; Joy bells (Tennessee Music and Printing Company Quartet) ; He gave me a heart to love (Elder David Ross) ; O day (Bessie Jones and the Sea Island Singers)
Disc 2, Deliverance will come. There ain't no grave gonna hold my body down (Brother Claude Ely) ; Memphis flu (Elder Curry and congregation) ; The Bible's right (Sister O.M. Terrell) ; Standing in the need of prayer (Stanley Brothers) ; The blood that stained the old rugged cross (Carl Smith) ; How about you (Thomas A. Dorsey) ; Jesus is a mighty good leader (Skip James) ; Murillo's lesson (Charles Butts Sacred Harp Singers) ; Glory glory glory glory to the Lamb (Kentucky Ramblers) ; Come over here (Elder Richard Bryant's Sanctified Singers) ; I'm gonna cross the river of Jordan, some o' these days (Jaybird Coleman) ; Milky white way (Trumpeteers) ; Deliverance will come (Johnson Family Singers) ; Daniel in the den of lions (North Carolina Cooper Boys) ; Goin' on to heaven in the sanctified way (Sister Cally Fancy) ; No more, my Lord (Jimpson) ; This world can't stand long (King's Sacred Quartette) ; God's getting worried (Virginia Dandies) ; Get right church (Empire Jubilee Quartet) ; Move members move (Rosie Hibler and family) ; Lover of the Lord (Huggins & Phillips Sacred Harp Singers) ; The old ark's a moving (A.A. Gray and Seven Foot Dilly) ; On my way to heaven (Blind Roger Hays) ; The Bible's true (Uncle Dave Macon) ; Ship of glory (Price Family Sacred Singers) ; Since I laid my burden down (Elders McIntorsh and Edwards) ; Precious Lord, hold my hand (Elder Effie Hall and congregation) ; When the saints go marching in (Blind Willie Davis) ; Jonah, come out the wilderness (Roaring Lion with Cyril Monrose String Orchestra)
Disc 3, Judgment. Down on the old camp ground (Dinwiddie Colored Quartet) ; My Lord's gonna move this wicked race (Norfolk Jubilee Quartet) ; Your enemy cannot harm you (but watch your close friend) (Edward W. Clayborn) ; Ain't gonna lay my armor down (McVay & Johnson) ; I'll fly away (James and Martha Carson) ; Heavenly vision (Alabama Sacred Harp Singers) ; Lord I just can't keep from crying (Blind Willie Johnson) ; Lower my dying head (the Jubilee Gospel Team) ; You've got to move (Two Gospel Keys) ; That home above (Flatt and Scruggs with Foggy Mountain Boys) ; Gold Gate gospel train (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) ; I'll be rested (when the roll is called) (Roosevelt Graves and brother) ; Down on me (Eddie Head and his family) ; Goin' to rest where Jesus is (Blind Joe Taggart) ; Got heaven in my view (Louis Washington) ; Judgment (Rev. Sister Mary Nelson) ; I want two wings to veil my face (Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers) ; We got the same kinda power over here (Rev. D.C. Rice and Sanctified Congretation) ; What are they doing in heaven today (Washington Phillips) ; That great day (T.C.I. Women's Four) ; I'm bound for home (North Canton Quartet) ; I am in the heavenly way (Washington White) ; Over in the glory land (Sam Morgan's Jazz Band) ; Death in the morning (Rev. Anderson Johnson) ; In the land where we'll never grow old (Maddox Brothers & Rose) ; Bathe in that beautiful pool (Dock Walsh) ; I'll have a new body (Hank Williams and the Drifting Cowboys)
Disc 4, Salvation. Walking my Lord up Calvary Hill (Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper) ; Christ arose (Sheffield Quartet) ; If you see my Saviour (Thomas A. Dorsey) ; Let Jesus lead you (the Jubilee Gospel Team) ; Found a wonderful Savior (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) ; He is my story (Arizona Dranes and choir) ; I remember Calvary (Ernest V. Stoneman & his Dixie Mountaineers) ; Take your burden to the Lord and leave it there (Blind Willie Johnson) ; If you follow Jesus (Rev. W.M. Mosley) ; Hide me in the blood of Jesus (Blind Benny Paris and wife) ; I'll be a friend to Jesus (Wade Mainer) ; Standing on the promises (Tennessee Mountaineers) ; Jesus is my air-o-plane (Mother McCollum) ; I've got salvation in my heart (Stovepipe No. 1) ; I mean to live for Jesus (Blind Alfred Reed) ; When was Jesus born? (Heavenly Gospel Singers) ; Come to the Savior (Blue Sky Boys) ; I want Jesus to walk with me (Dorothy Melton) ; He's coming soon (Laura Henton) ; Return again (OKeh Atlanta Sacred Harp Singers) ; I am the true vine (Rev. Gary Davis) ; Sweet story of old (Bela Lam and his Greene County Singers) ; I'll lead a Christian life (Elder Golden P. Harris) ; I'm leaning on the Lord (Famous Blue Jay Singers) ; Where he leads me I will follow (Blind Willie Harris) ; Jesus is getting us ready for the great day (Luther Magby)
Disc 5, Goodbye, Babylon. Daniel saw the stone (Silver Leaf Quartette of Norfolk) ; Called to the foreign field (Alfred G. Karnes) ; Hallelujah to the Lamb (Ridgel's Fountaiin Citians) ; You need Jesus on your side (Deacon A. Wilson) ; You'd better mind (Pace Jubilee Singers) ; Exhilaration (J.T. Allison's Sacred Harp Singers) ; If the light has gone out of your soul (Ernest Phipps & his congregation) ; Keep on the firing line (Brown's Ferry Four) ; Romans ten and nine (Bailes Brothers) ; Standing outside (Wade Mainer) ; Sinner you better get ready (Monroe Brothers) ; I got to cross the River of Jordan (Blind Willie McTell) ; Free at last (Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward) ; The whole world in his hand (Bessie Johnson's Sanctified Singers) ; Amazing grace (Mahalia Jackson) ; Honey in the rock (Blind Mamie Forehand) ; On Jordan's stormy banks we stand (Seventh Day Adventist choir) ; My heart keeps singing (Elder J.E. Burch) ; I don't intend to die in Egyptland (Joshua White) ; Primrose Hill (Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers) ; Keep on the sunny side (Carter Family) ; Light in the valley (Mrs. L. Reed & Mrs. T.A. Duncans) ; When the saints go marching in (the Georgia Peach) ; We are almost down to the shore (Jimmie Strothers) ; Strange things happening every day (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) ; Goodbye, Babylon, pt. II (Rev. T.T. Rose and singers)
Disc 6, Sermons. Gettin' ready for Christmas Day (Rev. J.M. Gates) ; Black diamond express to hell pt. I[-II] (Rev. A.W. Nix) ; The downfall of Nebuchadnezzar (Rev. J.C. Burnett) ; The liar (Rev. Isaiah Shelton) ; Hell and what it is (Rev. Emmet Dickenson) ; The church and the kingdom (Elder J.E. Burch) ; If I have a ticket, Lord, can I ride? (Rev. T.E. Weems) ; You must be born again (Rev. Benny Campbell) ; Take me to the water (Rev. E.D. Campbell) ; Oh Lord, remember me (the Jubilee Gospel Team) ; Christ, the teacher (Rev. E.S. (Shy) Moore) ; King of Kings (Rev. Johnnie Blakey) ; O Lord, I'm your child (Elder Otis Jones) ; Moses was rescued by a Negro woman (Rev. Webb) ; That white mule of sin (Rev. George Jones and congregation) ; Deacon's prayer services (Deacon Leon Davis) ; The prodigal son (Rev. S.J. "Steamboat Bill" Worell) ; Well of salvation (H.C. Gatewood) ; Jonah in the belly of the whale (Rev. F.W. McGee) ; The gambler's doom (Rev. J.C. Burnett) ; The prodigal's return (The things I usta do I don't do no more) (Hallelujah Joe) ; God is mad with man (Rev. T.E. Weems) ; The black camel of death (Rev. J.M. Milton) ; Death might be your Santa Claus (Rev. J.M. Gates with his congregation).
-- Southern States.
Spirituals (Songs) -- Southern States.
Hymns, English -- Southern States.
Sacred vocal music -- Southern States.
Sermons, American -- Southern States.
|Publisher|| Atanta, GA :Dust-to-Digital,2003
Southern sacred music and sermons.
Previously released material.
Compact discs; in cedar box (32 cm.).
Program and biographical notes, lyrics, and bibliographical references ( p. : ill. ; 13 x 21 cm.) laid in box.
6 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.