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Original Five Blind Boys (Jackson Harmoneers) - Jesus Is A Rock In A Weary Land / Song Of Praise flac album

Original Five Blind Boys (Jackson Harmoneers) - Jesus Is A Rock In A Weary Land / Song Of Praise flac album
  • Performer Original Five Blind Boys (Jackson Harmoneers)
  • Title Jesus Is A Rock In A Weary Land / Song Of Praise
  • Date of release 1953
  • Country US
  • Style Gospel
  • Other formats AAC AUD MP4 XM DXD VOX AA
  • Genre Blues
  • Size MP3 1277 mb
  • Size FLAC 1619 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 208

Gospel Greats - Volume 2. The Five Blind Boys Of Mississippi. 3 more albums featuring this track. The group originated in 1936 as a quartet of students from the Piney Woods School for the blind near Jackson, Mississippi. The Five Blind Boys of Mississippi was an American gospel group.

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The Blind Boys of Mississippi are an extraordinary grouping of blind singers, most of which originate from the Magnolia state. Initially called "The Jackson Harmoneers", they fronted the high pitched screams of Archie Brownlee (October 25, 1925 - February 8, 1960). Other original members include Lloyd Woodard, Lawrence Abrams, Joseph Ford, Jesse Brown, and Isaiah Patterson. When Brownlee graduated high school, Brown and Patterson had dropped put the group, but the rest of them decided to tour professionally. They laid two songs to wax before releasing an album for Checker in 1961. The next two years Roscoe led treasures of gospel like "Sending Up My Timber" and "Tide Of Life". In 1963, after seeing the dawn of the breeched contract scandal, Robinson split and recorded a single for Constellation with Lawrence Abrams and the Blind Boys of Ohio.

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An Introduction to The Original Five Blind Boys of Mississippi (Re-Recorded Versions). I Never Heard a Man. 1996. Thank God for Mama (Single). See All. Changing Times.

on The Great Lost Blind Boys Album. The Original Five Blind Boys Of Mississippi - I& Just Another Soldier. The Original Five Blind Boys (Jackson Harmoneers)- I& A Soldier. I& Just Another Soldier - The Five Blind Boys of Mississippi. 5 Blind Boys Of Mississippi - I& A Soldier. I& Just Another Soldier. Five Blind Boys Of Mississippi - Oh Why. Download SoundHound. SoundHound on Twitter.

In 1948, a Newark, New Jersey promoter booked two sets of blind gospel singers - the Happy Land Jubilee Singers from Alabama and the Jackson Harmoneers from Mississippi - and advertised the program as "Battle of the Blind Boys. A friendly rivalry sprouted between the two groups and continued henceforth. The Blind Boys released an album, Deep River in 1992, which was nominated for a Grammy Award. 2009 – Dove Award from the Gospel Music Association in Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year for "Free At Last". 2009 – Grammy in Best Traditional Gospel Album for Down in New Orleans. 2009 – Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. 1969 Jesus Will Be Waiting. 1970 In the Gospel Light. 1970 The Five Blind Boys From Alabama.

At that time the Five Blind Boys of Alabama began appearing collectively as Oedipus in the musical theater production "The Gospel at Colonus. The play was acclaimed as a landmark in American Musical History, receiving two OBIE Awards and nominations for a Pulitzer Prize and a Tony Award. The album is a blend of gospel, blues, soul and folk and won the 2001 Grammy award for Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album. Several guest musicians were featured alongside the Blind Boys on this record, including t David Lindley, blues guitarist John Hammond, contra bassist Danny Thompson and harmonica master Charlie Musselwhite. In the film, the Blind Boys collaborated with Anthony Hamilton on the song 'This May Be the Last Time. In October 2009, the Blind Boys released the album Duets (Time Life), a special anthology featuring 14 unique collaborations.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Jesus Is A Rock In A Weary Land
Lead Vocals – Archie Brownlee, Rev. Perkins*
2:44
B Song Of Praise
Lead Vocals – Archie Brownlee, Rev. Perkins*
2:46

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1723 Original Five Blind Boys (Jackson Harmoneers)* Jesus Is A Rock In A Weary Land / Song Of Praise ‎(Shellac, 10") Peacock Records 1723 US 1953