Marion Williams - Gospel Now album FLAC
26 Grands Classiques du Gospel.
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Go Preach My Gospel, 01:51. Just a Closer Walk With Thee, 02:44. Sit Down Servant, 02:02. Now playing: Eagles Hotel California.
While other collections may cover more ground (see MY SOUL LOOKS BACK), THE GOSPEL OF MARION WILLIAMS offers up an excellent overview of her '70s-to-'90s recordings. TRACKLIST: 1. Ain't No Harm Done (02:41) 2. The Old Sheep Knows the Road (03:29) 3. This Train (01:41) 4. I've Come So Far (04:30) 5. Ain't No Stranger Now (02:23) 6. Out of the Depths (03:15) 7. He Knows How Much We Can Bear (04:19) 8. The Man I'm Looking For (04
AS she has since her days with the Ward Singers in the 1940's and 1950's, Marion Williams brought gospel music to secular turf on Tuesday at Sounds of Brazil, and once again revealed one of the most magnificent voices in American music. Singing Ward Singers material as well as songs from her new album, ''I've Come So Far,'' Ms. Williams whooped and rasped, moaned and crooned, in the style that has influenced singers from Little Richard to Aretha Franklin. Ms. Williams makes every song a showpiece. Williams can also be marvelously subtle. In Tuesday's early set, she sang ''The Great Speckled Bird,'' a hillbilly gospel song, as a quiet, almost abstract rumination with sobs, closed-mouth yowls and phrases like a pedal-steel guitar. To finish the set, Ms. Williams brought out three backup singers -Alice Grier, Ann Graham and Iris Anderson - from her church in Philadelphia.