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Murray's Encyclopedia of Southern Gospel Music Paperback – January 16, 2006
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About the Author
David Bruce Murray is an author, church music leader and noted music critic in the field of Southern Gospel. His gospel music CD reviews have been published both in print and on the internet for the past ten years.
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If the author does a 2nd Edition of this book, I wish he would expand his scope of Southern Gospel Music Musicians. I wish he would include more Southern Gospel Bluegrass bands & artists, like Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver & others, and some contemporary Southern Christian Rock Bands like Third Day from Atlanta, & Jo Jo Billingsly, the former backup singer for Lynyrd Skynyrd, who now is an ordained Minister who sings & records Southern Gospel Music. Also, I wish he would condider including The Blind Boys of Alabama, and Mahalia Jackson. He does include the Issaas (Gospel Bluegrass) in this 1st Edition & Thomas Dorsey (The Atlanta Bluesman who converted to Gospel Music.) Also, it includes the magazine "The Singing News", which is devoted to "Classic Southern Gospel Music". Overall, this is a great reference book for Southern Gospel fans. It does contain all the "classic", "mainstream" Southern Gospel Groups & Artists. Overall, it is a GREAT 1st Generation Encyclopedia of Southern Gospel Music. If you're a Southern Gospel Music fan, you'll love this book.
Thanks, and May God Bless!!!
Murray's Encyclopedia of Southern Gospel Music-by David Murray.
I suppose it is worth the price for the minimal information included in the book.