- Performer:Reverend J.M. Gates
- Title:Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2: 1926
- Style:Traditional Gospel,Gospel
- Date of release:May 14, 1996
- Recording date:September, 1926
- Size FLAC version1496 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1262 megabytes
- Size WMA version1514 megabytes
- Formats:WAV ASF MPC RA VOC AC3
Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2: 1926.
Recorded in September 1926.
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Reverend J. Gates. On April 24, 1926, under Brockman's supervision, Gates recorded five sermons for Columbia Records with the benefits of Western Electric's state-of-the-art electric recording system, and preaching in front of his participating congregation in Mount Calvary Baptist Church. The Reverend's first record, a cover of the 19th century folk composition "Death's Black. Train Is Coming", was released in July to tremendous commercial success, selling over 35,000 copies by October. With "Death's Black Train Is Coming", Gates was the first individual.
Complete Recorded Works, Vo. 1926-1937. Released by Document Records Jun 2005 24 Tracks. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Complete Recorded Works, Vo. 1926-1937 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Listen to the biggest hits from Reverend . Gates, including Amazing Grace, Hitler and Hell, Is the Rope Around Your Neck?, and more on Slacker Radio. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 6: 1928-1929. 7: 1929-1930. 1: 1926.
В альбом вошло 23 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:10:31. God’s Wrath in the St. Louis Cyclone. Get Right With God. 03:06. Samson and the Woman. Rich Man and the Needle’s Eye. 03:01. Will the Coffin Be Your Santa Claus? 02:53. The First Born Was a Murderer. 2 (September 1926) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2 (1927-1929)" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. During a recording career that spanned forty years, from 1926 to the mid 1960s, she worked with Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Clarence Williams, Luis Russell, Lonnie Johnson, and Bob Dylan. She also p. ore . Year: 2000.
CreditsThe Congregation - Vocals
Reverend J.M. Gates - Primary Artist, Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part, Vocals
Rob McNurlin - Composer
Blind Willie McTell - Composer
John Newton - Composer
Chris Smith - Liner Notes
Traditional - Composer
Gerhard Wessely - Remastering
|1||The Dying Mother and Her Child||Reverend J.M. Gates||3:43|
|2||Funeral Train A-Coming Rob McNurlin||Reverend J.M. Gates||3:14|
|3||Funeral Train A-Coming Rob McNurlin||Reverend J.M. Gates||3:26|
|4||Must Be Born Again||Reverend J.M. Gates||4:13|
|5||Amazing Grace John Newton||Reverend J.M. Gates||3:13|
|6||Dying Gambler Blind Willie McTell||Reverend J.M. Gates||3:18|
|7||One Thing I Know||Reverend J.M. Gates||3:19|
|8||Oh Death, Where Is Thy Sting||Reverend J.M. Gates||4:41|
|9||Need of Prayer Traditional||Reverend J.M. Gates||3:44|
|10||I Know I Got Religion, Yes, Yes||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:52|
|11||Praying for the Pastor||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:53|
|12||You Can Tell the World About This||Reverend J.M. Gates||3:00|
|13||Four and Twenty Elders||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:54|
|14||Tell Me How Did You Feel||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:40|
|15||Waiting at the Beautiful Garden||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:57|
|16||Goin' to Heaven Anyhow||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:46|
|17||Baptize Me||Reverend J.M. Gates||3:04|
|18||You Belong to That Funeral Train||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:55|
|19||I'm Going to Heaven Anyhow||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:42|
|20||Tramping to Make Heaven My Home||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:56|
|21||Death's Black Train Is Coming||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:29|
|22||I Know I Got Religion, Yes, Yes||Reverend J.M. Gates||2:58|