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Fire In My Bones : Raw + Rare + Otherworldly African-American Gospel, 1944-2007
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Much of this music, like much of the nuggets genre, was produced for it's own reward.
The sound quality is raw because of the rarity of the tracks but that does not diminish from the enjoyment of the music.
I have heard the Revenant collection American Primitive Vol. 1, and a few tracks here and there on various compilations.
I wish I could find a bazillion of albums like this. I like good music, but I'm in a pickle: if I listen to the hip hop - which I like - I get depressed by... Read more
I've been a fan of old-time folk, blues and country for awhile now, but have managed somehow to miss out on most gospel recordings from the old days. Read morePublished 9 months ago by John Porcellino
The CD w rating was only because of the quality of the music. I understand they came from poor recordings but I do enjoy themPublished 12 months ago by Joyful
well worth hearing the various sounds put out by the various artists
versions i've never heard before
Other Worldly Recording. I purchased it because I am getting older and in unpredictable times and age range. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Audio Enthusiast
This was absolutely awesome!!!! i loved it. It set my soul on Fire!!!! Thank you sooooo much. I am excited. Please buy.Published 19 months ago by R. Lowe
Folks don't hardly have church like this no more. The music is so clear and powerful. U don't need a dvd to see how they were how church cuz u can FEEL IT!!!Published on March 19, 2012 by 7-12
Others have already provided excellent descriptions of this authentically powerful & ragged release. Read morePublished on December 21, 2011 by Famous Jonny Mambo
I heard a great review of this CD collection on NPR, so I bought it. It's pretty much of a disappointment - I actually find the music pretty boring.Published on April 22, 2010 by Richard