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Leroy Abernathy, Homeland Harmony Quartet - Gospel Boogie / You Can't Believe Everything You Hear album flac

Leroy Abernathy, Homeland Harmony Quartet - Gospel Boogie / You Can't Believe Everything You Hear album flac
  • Performer: Leroy Abernathy
  • Title: Gospel Boogie / You Can't Believe Everything You Hear
  • Genre: Pop / Folk and Country
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1947
  • Music style: Gospel
  • MP3 size: 1123 mb
  • FLAC size 1242 mb
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Release group by Leroy Abernathy Homeland Harmony Quartet. Gospel Boogie, You Can't Believe Everything You Hear. US. White Church Record.

Gospel Boogie, You Can't Believe Everything You Hear. Was covered in 1 song. Rock, Pop. A Wonderful Time Up There by Pat Boone (1958).

by The Homeland Harmony Quartet. Lead Me To That Rock by The Homeland Harmony Quartet. The legendary African-American gospel group the Golden Gate Quartet are included as well, showing their stylistic influence on their white counterparts, and hey, who am I to complain? They always sound good.

Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Going Over Home by Homeland Harmony Quartet on iHeartRadio! . Bibletone: Twenty Greats from 1948, 1m 43sec. Chat About Going Over Home by Homeland Harmony Quartet.

Listen to the radio show every Sunday on ww. humbinradio. In the very early post war period, black gospel quartet singing was still very much influenced by the groundbreaking music of the Golden Gate Quartet from a decade previous. This style was called 'Jubilee' and while the roots of that nomenclature dates to the late 19th century, it was still considered an appropriate term by the time of this selection. Popular music would make use of these gospel sounds and tweak what you hear here just a bit and ride the sound straight to the bank in the form of 'Doo-Wop'. That harder sound of the early 1950's? Well, that is the birth of Soul music.

Album · 1966 · 12 Songs. 7. I'm Good Down In Jesus' Name.

Internet Love (2000). Gospel Music Southern Style Volume 1. Gold City's Most Popular Songs. Close Harmony - A History of Southern Gospel Music, Vol. 1: 1920 - 1955. Florida Boys' Most Popular Songs.

album: You've Got To Believe. album: What a Meeting "Live". Homeland Harmony Quartet - I Can Tell You The Time. album: Twenty Greats From 1948. Homeland Harmony Quartet - When The Home Gates Swing Open For Me. album: Gospel Soundtracks For Living, Vol. 18. 12. Homeland Harmony Quartet - I Want to Live There Someday. 14. A Masterpiece of Mercy. album: 100 Southern Gospel's Greatest Hits.

Tracklist

Gospel Boogie
You Can't Believe Everything You Hear

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1084 Leroy Abernathy*, Homeland Harmony Quartet Leroy Abernathy*, Homeland Harmony Quartet - Gospel Boogie / You Can't Believe Everything You Hear ‎(Shellac, 10") White Church Record 1084 US 1947
4223 Lee Roy Abernathy And His Homeland Harmony Quartet Lee Roy Abernathy And His Homeland Harmony Quartet - Gospel Boogie ‎(Shellac, 10") King Records 4223 US 1947
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