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The Best Of Dorothy Love Coates & The Original...

by Dorothy Love Coates

The Best Of Dorothy Love Coates & The Original... by Dorothy Love Coates

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The Best Of Dorothy Love Coates & The Original...

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Label: Fantasy Records
With Dorothy Love Coates' lung-busting power, superb piano playing courtesy of one Evelyn Starks, and backing singers who each has her own distinctive style, The Original Gospel Harmonettes were an oft-imitated gospel group in the burgeoning scene of the '50s. This collection gives a good illustration of why, from the Coates-written classic "Ninety-Nine and a Half" to the blown-out intensity of "These Are They" to the possibly most rocking gospel song ever, "Get Away Jordan." The Harmonettes essentially define this golden age of gospel that was a major influence on rock 'n' roll.

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With Dorothy Love Coates' lung-busting power, superb piano playing courtesy of one Evelyn Starks, and backing singers who each has her own distinctive style, The Original Gospel Harmonettes were an oft-imitated gospel group in the burgeoning scene of the '50s. This collection gives a good illustration of why, from the Coates-written classic "Ninety-Nine and a Half" to the blown-out intensity of "These Are They" to the possibly most rocking gospel song ever, "Get Away Jordan." The Harmonettes essentially define this golden age of gospel that was a major influence on rock 'n' roll.

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With Dorothy Love Coates' lung-busting power, superb piano playing courtesy of one Evelyn Starks, and backing singers who each has her own distinctive style, The Original Gospel Harmonettes were an oft-imitated gospel group in the burgeoning scene of the '50s. This collection gives a good illustration of why, from the Coates-written classic "Ninety-Nine and a Half" to the blown-out intensity of "These Are They" to the possibly most rocking gospel song ever, "Get Away Jordan." The Harmonettes essentially define this golden age of gospel that was a major influence on rock 'n' roll.