The Original Roberta Martin Singers - Here This Sunday album flac
Title: Here This Sunday
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Album: The Best Of The Roberta Martin Singers. The Roberta Martin Singers - Precious Memories - Original Inspirational Classics: If You See My Saviour, 2006 02:34. The Roberta Martin Singers - God Specializes The Best Of The Roberta Martin Singers, 1978 03:36. Artist: The Roberta Martin Singers.
Martin renamed the group the Roberta Martin Singers in 1936 and added Bessie Folk, Myrtle Scott and Delois Barrett Campbell to the group in the 1940s. Cleveland and Bradford wrote and arranged for and performed with her group early in their careers.
By 1947, the Roberta Martin Singers had begun their recording career. Their 78s on small labels like Fidelity, Religious Recordings and . weren't particularly successful. In 1949, the group signed with Bess Berman's New York label Apollo Records who were by that time breaking all records for gospel 78 sales with Mahalia Jackson's "Move On Up A Little Higher". During the lengthy career of the Roberta Martin Singers the group had several best sellers (though the six million-sellers claimed by Rosemary Radford Ruether in her book Encyclopedia Of Women And Religion In North America seems to be an exaggeration). What is undoubtedly true is that Roberta and her Singers made a huge contribution to gospel music history. It's a shame therefore that Malaco Records, the company who bought the rights to the vast Savoy catalogue, have served the memory of the Roberta Martin Singers so badly.
Artist: The Roberta Martin Singers. Album: Great Day Coming (50 Gospel Greats) - Disc One. Release year: 2002. Download The Roberta Martin Singers - Precious Memories. Great Day Coming (50 Gospel Greats) - Disc One: Best 2 songs. Golden Gate Quartet - Seven Angels And Seven Trumpets 02:53.
Robert "Bobby" Martin (born June 1948) is an American singer, songwriter and t born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Martin sings and plays keyboards, horn, saxophones and other instruments.
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The Roberta Martin Singers - He Didn't Mind Dying (1952). The Roberta Martin Singers: Standing On The Promises. Roberta Martin - He Knows How Much We Can Bear (Album 1969).
|A1||Where Can I Go||2:17|
|A2||Have You Found A Friend||2:10|
|A3||Marching To Zion||2:37|
|A4||What A Blessing In Jesus I've Found||2:15|
|A5||I Don't Mind||3:00|
|A6||He Didn't Mind Dying||3:37|
|B1||Let It Be||2:37|
|B2||I Am Sealed||3:05|
|B3||What A Friend||2:45|
|B4||You'll Understand It Better||2:19|
|B5||The Ship Of Zion||2:37|
- Baritone Vocals – Eugene Smith
- Contralto Vocals – Bessie Folk
- Illustration – Leichman*
- Liner Notes – Mort Goode
- Soprano Vocals – Dolores Barrett, Roberta Martin
- Tenor Vocals – Norsalus McKissick
|LP 480, LP-480||The Original Roberta Martin Singers*||Here This Sunday (LP, RE)||Nashboro, Kenwood Records||LP 480, LP-480||US||Unknown|
|MFP 1048||The Original Roberta Martin Singers*||Here This Sunday (LP)||Music For Pleasure||MFP 1048||UK||Unknown|