Uncloudy Days: The Gospel Music Encyclopedia
(Book). This comprehensive guide is a must-have for the multitude of fans of this best-selling genre of popular music. Uncloudy Days is a treasure chest of substantial profiles on the influential names in gospel music history such as Thomas Dorsey, Mahalia Jackson, the Hawkins family, Clara Ward, James Cleveland, and the Winans. It also uncovers the history of one hit wonders and others who are not as familiar to gospel music fans. Everyone has a story to share and this book tells more than 500 of them, many based on personal interviews, including the trials and tribulations endured by so many gospel artists. The author offers entertaining and informative reviews that lead readers to the best recordings by their favorite artists and help them find new music to explore. A glossary of terms and numerous charts showing the best-selling gospel recordings and videos of all time round out this entertaining and indispensable resource for current fans and new converts alike.
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Hard on the heels of William K. McNeil├ƒ┬»├‚┬┐├‚┬Żs excellentEncyclopedia of American Gospel Music comes this useful complementary title by Carpenter, a music journalist active in gospel artist public ... Read full review
I am not to please with the Gospel History from Savoy Records. It Talks about after in 1974 Herman Lubinsky died and Milton Biggham step in . in 1974- 1978 John Daniels was the Producer and Fred Mendelsohn. Executive Producer. You can also go to Youtube type in John Daniels Gospel.(His name is on the back of then Albums.
Glossary of Terms
Bestselling Gospel Singles of All Time
Bestselling Gospel AlbumsCDs of All Time
Gospel Songs on the RB Charts
Gospel Grammy Winners
Soul Train Music Awards Best Gospel Album
Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards Best Gospel Album
Gospel Poll Results
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