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The Golden Gate Quartet - Chante Noel (2015)

16-11-2015, 17:53
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop

Title: Chante Noel
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: CCC Records
Genre: Jazz/Pop Vocals, Xmas
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 41:28
Total Size: 103 MB

1. When Was Jesus Born (2:39)
2. Come All Ye Faithful (2:51)
3. The Newborning (2:31)
4. Joy The World (2:55)
5. Silent Night (3:11)
6. Go Where I Send Thee (2:26)
7. Mary Had A Baby (2:54)
8. Rudolph The Red Nose Raindeer (2:21)
9. The Conventry Carol (2:28)
10. Silver Bells (2:36)
11. Poor Little Jesus (2:31)
12. White Christmas (2:32)
13. Deck The Halls (2:45)
14. Go Tell It On The Mountain (3:34)
15. Amen (3:05)

With the 90s incarnation of the legendary Golden Gate Quartet, led by original member Orlandus Wilson and his nephew Paul Brembly plus long timer Frank Davis and new kid Charles West, the GGQ give the world one of the most beautful Christmas albums of all times.

The Golden Gate Quartet (aka The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) is an American vocal group. It was formed in 1934 and, with changes in membership, remains active. It is the most successful of all of the African-American gospel music groups who sang in the jubilee quartet style.

The group was founded as the Golden Gate Jubilee Singers in 1934, by four students at the Booker T. Washington College in Norfolk, Virginia. According to the group's website, the original members were Willie Johnson (baritone; d. 1980), William Landford (tenor; d. 1970), Henry Owens (second tenor; d. 1970) and Orlandus Wilson (bass; 1917–1998); other sources state that Landford and Wilson replaced earlier members Robert "Peg" Ford and A.C. "Eddie" Griffin in 1935.

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