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World Spirituality Classics 2: The Time For Peace Is Now
World Spirituality Classics 2: The Time For Peace Is Now
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 09/13/2019
UPC: 680899009423

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1. The Time for Peace is Now The Fantastic Shadows
2. It's Hard to Live in This Old World Rev Harvey Gates
3. That's a Sign of the Times Floyd Family Singers
4. Keep Your Faith in the Sky Willie Scott & The Birmingham Spirituals
5. We Are in Need James Bynum
6. Condition the World Is In Religious Souls
7. We Don't Love Enough The Triumphs
8. Peace in the Land Gospel IQ's
9. We Got a Race to Run Staples Junior's Singers
10. I Just Want To Be Your Friend Soul Stirrers
11. Let Your Light Shine Willie Dale
12. The Price of Love Rev Harvey Gates
13. Sunshine After Every Rain Mighty Revelaires
14. Don't Give Up The William Singers

More Info:

Gospel music that is not about God or Jesus, but instead how we deal with each other. Sourced from small label gospel singles from the 1970's from fairly obscure groups.Jonathan Lethem -These songs are resplendent with love and yet are not love songs, not in the sense of man-addressing-woman, or woman-addressing-man. The material here speaks of life and death, care and disrepair, exultation and release, sorrow and pain, and exhort the listener to hold on, seek peace, let light shine, know joy, recognize the love in one's fellows ' nearly every ecstasy excluding the erotic variants is on offer here. All this music fits naturally into a context of people trying to speak to other people about the condition of being alive, and the fact that the emotions are universal and collective ones doesn't make them any less intimate, passionate or devastating.