Various Artists: The Half Ain't Never Been Told V.2 - Early American Rural Religious Music
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A powerful and deeply moving overview of Early American religious music and song from the white and black rural countryside. Highlights the fascinating panorama of American religious music styles from archaic fundamentalist modal hymns, to gospel quartets, to Pentecostal bands, to songsters accompanying themselves on guitars, banjos, and fiddles, to snippets of Church services including some preaching, and much, much more.
I Am Going Home - Middle Georgia Singing Convention No.1 God's Getting Worried - Virginia Dandies It's Nobody' Fault But Mine - Blind Willie Johnson Mother's Last Word To Her Son - Washington Phillips Coming To Christ - Biddleville Quintette Take Time To Be Holy - Hendersonville Quartet Glory Glory Glory Glory To The Lamb - Kentucky Ramblers Oh What A Change Took Place In My Heart - Megginson Female Quartette Leaning On The Everlasting Arms - McGhee & Cogar Prayer Of Death - Part 1 - Charlie Patton Journey Home - Allison's Sacred Harp Singers Been Listening All The Day - Blind Joe Taggart Beyond The River - Carolina Gospel Singers Babylon Is Fallen Down - Cleve Chaffin & The McClung Brothers Dry Bones - Bascom Lamar Lunsford O Lord I'm Your Child - Elder Otis Jones Have You Got Good Religion - Heavenly Gospel Singers If Jesus Leads This Army - Howard Haney Baptize Me - Rev. J.M. Gates & Congregation We Are Journeying On - Price Family Sacred Singers Leaning On The Lord - Utica Institute Jubilee Singers The Half Ain't Never Been Told - Blind Joe & James Taggart Don't You Want To Go - Dixie Sacred Trio This CD is also available as a download from