Gospel Jubilee: A Mixtape

Many of the selections on the Gospel Jubilee were discovered in the moldy basement of a house that quite possibly belonged to a relative of Hoyt Sullivan, Jr., the impresario behind a handful of heralded black gospel labels such as Champ, HSE, and Su-Ann. These recordings arrive from groups on those sought after imprints, and others, that hailed from corners of the world like Charleston, SC; Albany, GA; Statesville, NC; Tampa, FL, and Nashville, TN. Musically, it’s all here; unbridled vocals, furious guitars, possessed keyboards, cavernous grooves, and otherworldly harmonies. The 19 songs render a . . .

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