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David Billingsley House Of David Volume 1

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August 25, 2020CDs, Gospel Jazz, ReviewsComments Off on David Billingsley House of David, Volume 11,080 Views

David Billingsley House of David Volume 1 Intersound By Bob Marovich Only two months after his album debut, Hymns from Grandmas Living Room, jazz pianist David Billingsley has released his sophomore project, House of David, the first volume of self-penned instrumental jazz compositions. A Racine, Wisconsin, native now living in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Billingsley is founder and executive director of the Billingsley School of Music and Arts, an academy that offers K-12 students access to arts education. The selections on House of David Volume 1 are contemplative and thoughtful, designed to conjure the …

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    Derrick Doc Pearson A Family Man

    May 14, 2021CDs, Gospel Jazz, Gospel Music, ReviewsComments Off on Derrick Doc Pearson A Family Man874 Views

    Derrick Doc Pearson A Family Man I AM Music Company By Robert M. Marovich Bassist, arranger, and songwriter Derrick Doc Pearson has graced the e-pages of JGM in the past with inspirational smooth jazz projects such as 2018s I Still Do: Songs for a Biblical Marriage, and initially with his 2015 release, No Greater Love. Pearsons latest offering, A Family Man, follows in the footsteps of I Still Do in its thematic anchoring, its mix of bass-driven smooth jazz from a team of top-flight musicians representing the DMV area, and equally smooth vocals. This …

    November 14, 2020Gospel Jazz, Gospel Music, Reviews, SinglesComments Off on Come Back Elain Thomas914 Views

    Come Back Elain Thomas From the EP Transformations Independent By Robert M. Marovich Anchored by bold and insistent Brazilian percussion, Come Back is Elain Thomass finest single to date. Its a rhythmic rumination on Gods constancy, a conversation between the self-styled jazz psalmist and her Savior. In her resonant contralto, Thomas delivers the Lords declaration, Backslider, you belong to me, not as a command but as a given. Many songs lasting two-and-a-half minutes are fine where they are, but Come Back could have gone on much longer without any loss of listener interest.

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    With Thee I Wed Curtis Fondren Feat Desmond Pringle And Felicia Coleman

    June 23, 2021Gospel Jazz, Gospel Music, Reviews, SinglesComments Off on With Thee I Wed Curtis Fondren feat. Desmond Pringle and Felicia Coleman-Evans713 Views

    With Thee I Wed Curtis Fondren feat. Desmond Pringle & Felicia Coleman-Evans Independent By Robert M. Marovich Longtime Chicago gospel musician Curtis Fondren offers something for the wedding trade in With Thee I Wed. This 80s-esque slow jam evokes the tracks on Fred Hammonds love album, complete with vow-like lyrics and honeyed melody and arrangement. The song spotlights two extraordinary talents, Desmond Pringle and Felicia Coleman-Evans, both of whom are soloists in their own right. They deliver the appropriately smooth-as-silk singing. Coleman-Evans in particular could sing the fine print on a credit …

    Pass Me Not Elder Randall Ogans Sr & Dorian Ogans

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    September 24, 2021Gospel Jazz, Gospel Music, Reviews, SinglesComments Off on Pass Me Not Elder Randall Ogans Sr. & Dorian Ogans823 Views

    Pass Me NotElder Randall Ogans Sr. & Dorian OgansAlpha 7 Ministries By Robert M. Marovich Gospel jazz artist Elder Randall Ogans Sr. and his equally-talented son Dorian combine their efforts to tastefully update the beloved Fanny Crosby hymn Pass Me Not. Dorians acoustic piano and electric guitar riffs give the hymn a gentle swing that evokes a late-night cafe jam session, until Randalls organ enters and brings it back to Sunday morning worship. Its the kind of restful piece you play just before or after service, or at the end of a very busy Sunday.

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    What Are The Most Popular Songs From 50 Gospel Jazz Classics

    The most popular songs from 50 Gospel Jazz Classics are Never Would Have Made It , Broken But I’m Healed , To Worship You I Live , I Don’t Mind Waiting , When the Spirit of the Lord , Heaven , I Call You Faithful , I Want It All Back , Yes , He Reigns , Operator , Anthem of Praise , I Need You Now , Make Me Over , Bow Down , Livin’ , What He Wants , Shackles , I Need You To Survive , I Believe , Made To Love , The Best In Me , Lift Him Up , Celebrate , Breathe , I Need You To Survive , New Season , Lost Without You , No Way , Praise Is What I Do , Imagine Me , Psalm 150 , Center of My Joy , God Is Able , ‘Bout A Thang , Be Blessed , Blessed & Highly Favored , God’s Grace , God In Me , Faithful Is Our God , Never Give Up , Boomin’/Opera Trip , Praise Him In Advance , Great Is Your Mercy , For Always , We’re Blessed , One Night With The King , Alpha and Omega , I’m Still Standing and You Covered Me .

    Elder Randall Ogans Sr What A Friend

    October 9, 2020CDs, Gospel Jazz, Gospel Music, ReviewsComments Off on Elder Randall Ogans Sr. What a Friend1,108 Views

    Elder Randall Ogans Sr. What a Friend Alpha 7 Ministries By Bob Marovich Elder Randall Ogans Sr.s What a Friend contains classic hymns bathed in smooth instrumental arrangements. Well, almost. We Need to Pray is the one and only track with lyrics or, more specifically, a spoken word meditation by Elder Ogans. Over the melody of the Lords of Harmonys 1965 single, If God Gave Us Everything, Ogans shares a real-life parable about a homeless shelter to remind listeners that there but for the grace of God go we. Otherwise, its instrumental jazz played …

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    Quentin Walston The Good Book Suite

    November 24, 2021CDs, Gospel Jazz, Gospel Music, ReviewsComments Off on Quentin Walston The Good Book Suite470 Views

    Quentin Walston The Good Book Suite By Robert M. Marovich Pianist-composer Quentin Walstons The Good Book Suite is a four-part instrumental jazz piece with a spiritual foundation. A trio of piano, drums, and bass interprets Bible passages that brought Walston and his family through the financial and emotional ebbs and flows caused by the pandemic. The first two parts of the suite borrow their text from Isaiah 41:10. The incrementally dramatic tensions that ultimately envelope the opening section, Fear Not, resolve and transition peacefully into the optimistic Im With You. Matthew 28:30 fuels Till …

    November 20, 2021Gospel Jazz, Gospel Music, Reviews, SinglesComments Off on Come Sunday Trineice Robinson516 Views

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