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Shine on Me

  • 1. By and By - (take 1, bonus track)
    2. I'm Still Living on My Mother's Prayer
    3. Feel Like My Time Ain't Long
    4. Today - (bonus track)
    5. I Have a Right to the Tree of Life
    6. In That Awful Hour
    7. Jesus Hits Like the Atom Bomb - (bonus track)
    8. Shine on Me - (bonus track)
    9. Faith and Grace
    10. Everybody Ought to Love Their Soul -(Take 1)
    11. Blessed Be the Name of the Lord
    12. I'm Gonna Move in the Room With the Lord
    13. My Loved Ones Are Waiting For Me (Waiting and Watching) - (take 1, bonus track)
    14. How Long
    15. Who'll Be the One (There's a Vacant Room in Glory) - (take 1, bonus track)
    16. Lord Is My Shepherd, The
    17. Christ Is All (The World to Me)
    18. By and by, Part 1
    19. By and by, Part 2 - (take 3, bonus track)
    20. By and by (Part 2)
    21. I'm Still Living on My Mother's Prayer - (take 1, bonus track)
    22. Feel Like My Time Ain't Long - (take 2)
    23. I Have a Right to the Tree of Life -(Take 1)
    24. In That Awful Hour - (take 2, bonus track)
    25. Faith and Grace - (take 2, bonus track)
    26. My Loved Ones Are Waiting For Me (Waiting and Watching) - (take 2, bonus track)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 7013

  • Credits

    Personnel: Robert H. Harris, Paul Foster, Senior Roy Crain, Thomas L. Bruster, R.B. Robinson, Jesse J. Farley, James Medlock.
    If you want to hear what I humbly submit as one of the most impassioned gospel performances ever recorded, just throw this disc in the player, and brace yourself. Rebert Harris was undoubtedly one of the great voices and stylists of the genre, and his performances on this disc go a long way to justifying the claim that he was the greatest of them all. Every track on here is a gem of beauty, tone and commitment. But the kickoff track on this compilation, an alternate take of their two-part single, "By and By," is absolutely devastating in its use of shading, dynamics, and unrelenting fervor in getting its message across. The Soul Stirrers lock the groove down mightily, chiming up on those low seventh chords like twelve feet of concrete. Harris, as the old saying goes, sings his rear end off on this one, and, as transcendent moments go, this one is in a class all by itself. If the issued versions included here are slightly less subdued and don't quite hit as high a quotient on the fervor meter, so what? -- we should be grateful enough that this performance has survived. If impassioned gospel is your thing, boy, are you gonna love this. ~ Cub Koda

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