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Meditation Singers
Good News   

My Soul Looks Back And Wonders
Ain't That Good News
You Don't Know How Blessed You Are
He's All Right With Me
Remember Me
One River To Cross
Now The Day Is Over
Make A step In The Right Direction
The Day Is Past And Gone
I'm Still Saying Yes
I'm Determined To Run This Race
Do You Know Jesus?
Promise To Meet Me There
Until I Reach My Heavenly Home
He Made It All Right
Jesus Is Always There
Too Close To Heaven
God Is Good To Me
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Make A Step In The Right Direction
You Don't Know How Blessed You Are
Ain't That Good News
My Soul Looks Back And Wonders

A re-release on the Specialty label, which was founded by Art Rupe in 1946. The Meditation Singers, led by Earnestine Rundless, began their performing career in 1947, at the New Liberty Baptist Church in Detroit. This four member group initially started with four women, including Della Reese, who eventually left for a career in pop. Later members included tenor and composer James Cleveland, and soul chanteuse Laura Lee. It's Earnestine's sandpaper and gravel shout, however, that delivers the goods, as heard on 'God Is Good To Me' and most of the tunes on this recording. The Meditation Singers continued touring through the 1980's, and they are the genuine article of the golden era of gospel.

Item code: 2052C | 1 CD | $8.95
Gospel  | Some a cappella | Female | United States

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