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The Brooklyn Allstars – Ten Commandments (1974) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

The Brooklyn Allstars – Ten Commandments (1974)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time – 37:11 minutes | 752 MB | Genre: R&B
Studio Master, Official Digital Download – Source: Qobuz | Front Cover | © Jewel Records

First released in 1974, this album from the long-running gospel act the Brooklyn Allstars takes its title from the group’s adaptation of the Moonglows’ 1958 top 10 R&B hit Ten Commandments of Love.

The Brooklyn All-Stars are an internationally recognized male gospel group who have been performing since 1950. Over their long, fruitful careers, they have won numerous awards and racked up two gold albums. Original members include the group’s founder, Thomas J. Spann, Hardy Clifton, and Sam Thomas. They recorded several cuts for Peacock in 1959, including “Rest Awhile” and “Meet Me in Galilee.” Their early years were difficult ones; with little money for touring, they often traveled to engagements stuffed into a single car, relying on parishioners’ hospitality for food and lodging because they were not permitted inside restaurants and motels. Things improved over the ’60s, and they established themselves as a fine traditional gospel act. Between 1971 and 1978, they were annually voted the number one gospel group in the U.S. Their biggest-selling hits are “When I Stood on the Banks of Jordan” and “He Touched Me and Made Me Whole,” on Jewel, the label they have been with since 1971. During the ’80s, the All-Stars embarked upon a series of world tours.

Tracklist:
01 – I’m Glad You’re Mine
02 – Guide Me Oh Thou Great Jehovah
03 – Somewhere Around the Throne of God
04 – The Ten Commandments
05 – Since I Met Jesus
06 – You’ll Never Walk Alone
07 – Something Within Me
08 – Glad I Know God
09 – Sweet Love
10 – Move on up a Little Higher
11 – He’ll Understand & Say Well Done
12 – Storehouse of His Love

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