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Close Harmony: A History of Southern Gospel Music 1920 - 1955

Song NameAs Performed By
The Old Gospel ShipThe LeFevres
I've Found A Hiding PlaceThe Rangers Quartet
Lead Me To That RockThe Homeland Harmony Quartet
Give The World A SmileStamps Quartet
Hide Me Rock Of AgesRebels Quartet
Somebody BiggerStatesmen Quartet
Lord Lead Me OnChuck Wagon Gang
Lord Build Me A Cabin n GloryBlackwood Brothers
Swing Down, ChariotGolden Gate Quartet
I'll Not Deny My SaviorVaughan Sand Mountain Quartet
Where Could I Go All American Quartet
When We Sing Around The Throne Eternal Stamps-Baxter Quartet
I want To Be More Like JesusWally Fowler & The Oak Ridge Quartet
Going HomeSpeer Family

This is one of those historic compilations with pages of history in 5-point type and lots of cool old photos, and wonderful music that we haven't heard before but want to hear more of! This is brought to us by the SMGA, Southern Gospel Music Association, whose purpose was to build a Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum, which opened in Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN in 1999. We just have to love groups called Rebels Quartet featuring Big Jim Waits, singing "Hide Me Rock of Ages," the Chuck Wagon Gang, singing "Lead Me On," and the Homeland Harmony Quartet (has nothing to do with Homeland Security), singing "Lead Me to that Rock." The Rangers' Quartet's "I've Found a Hiding Place," and the Vaughan Sand Mountain Quartet's "I'll Not Deny My Savior." Authentic, pioneering Gospel by some truly amazing groups. Beautiful and fascinating!

Item code: 3026C | 1 CD | $13.98 add item to cart
Gospel | Accompanied | Mixed | United States

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