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The Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama - Marching Up To Zion - Specialty US - LP
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The Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama - Marching Up To Zion
Specialty Records USA
SPS 2138-1

Condition is VG+ with light scuffing.
Cover is very good, with original shrink.

Side 1:
Marching Up To Zion
Sevant's Prayer Amen
Count Me In
When I Lost My Mother
There Is A Fountain
I've Been Born Again

Side 2:
He'll Be There
Think About Me
Does Jesus Care
Fix It Jesus
Goodbye Mother
I've Got A Home

These Alabaman blind singers met at a school for the blind in the late 1930s. Clarence Fountain led the group with deep shouts, lofty cries, and rumbling, emotional singing. Contains the revved tearjerker "Goodbye Mother." The group singing is tight, the tempo and material varied, the minimal percussion perfectly complementary, the guitar playing subtle, sparse, beautiful. But the real treat is when the five singers wind each other up, like a spinning top, into ecstatic realms of entwined shouting, singing, and praising that will please any ear.

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 05 November, 2007.

 
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