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Pastor T.L. Barrett and the Youth For Christ Choir - Like A Ship... (Without A Sail) (2010)

30-12-2014, 05:36
Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE

Pastor T.L. Barrett and the Youth For Christ Choir - Like A Ship... (Without A Sail) (2010)

Artist: Pastor T.L. Barrett and the Youth For Christ Choir
Title Of Album: Like A Ship... (Without A Sail)
Year Of Release: 1971/2010
Label: Light In The Attic
Genre: Gospel / Soul / Funk
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 36:23
Total Size: 252 MB


1. Like a Ship
2. Wonderful
3. It's Me O Lord
4. Ever Since
5. Nobody Knows
6. Joyful Noise
7. Medley.. Dr. Watts Hymn & The Disciples Prayer
8. Blessed Quietness

Bass – Richard Evans (tracks: 1)
Drums – Charles Pittman (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 8), Stanley Fox (tracks: 2)
Liner Notes – Rev. Edmond Blair
Organ – Gary (Snake) Riley (tracks: 2, 8), Gary Jones (tracks: 4)
Performer [Rhythm Acc.] – Stanley Fox (tracks: 1, 4)
Performer [Rhythm] – Stanley Fox (tracks: 5)
Piano – Gary (Snake) Riley (tracks: 1), Gary Jones (tracks: 5)
Piano [Electric] – Pastor T. L. Barrett (tracks: 1)
Vocals – Karen Adams (tracks: 3), L.C. Williams (tracks: 3), Loretta Lake (tracks: 6), Nina Hardy (tracks: 3)
Vocals [Lead] – Pastor T. L. Barrett (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7,), Phebe Hines (tracks: 3)

"Pastor T.L. Barrett led a youth choir out of Chicago during the late '60s and early '70s, just a few years after he got on the straight and narrow path, which may help listeners understand the unique power of the material on Like a Ship... (Without a Sail). Self-released by Barrett in 1971, it communicates many things, foremost being adoration and praise and, on the title track, the lost, aimless feelings that were undoubtedly shared by many a youth in the late '60s. Barrett got help on arrangements from some of Chicago's best studio hands, Chess/Cadet maestro Gene Barge, bassists Phillip Upchurch and Richard Evans, and drummer Charles Pittman. The opening title track is a moving piece of progressive soul, closer to Rotary Connection than Edwin Hawkins -- Barrett's vocals evoking Stevie Wonder singing in the style of Donny Hathaway -- and the choir is powerful and recorded well. A gem of contemporary gospel, much more obscure (at least outside of Chicago) than it deserved to be."-- AMG Review by John Bush

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chunkya   User offline   13 February 2015 09:39

mp3 please? thanks

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