Georgia Street Singer is a studio album by American gospel blues musician Pearly Brown (1915–86, vocals and guitar, active in Macon, Georgia) and was released on the Folk Lyric label in 1961. The album comprises 15 tracks, all of which are Brown's interpretations of known (mostly, well known) songs, all on religious topics.
The late, Re. early Brown was/is an inspiration to many musicians, and his legancy continues to influence artists, especially those from Macon & the South. The book also covers Little Richard, Otis Redding, The Allman Brothers Band, Wet Willie, The Marshall Tucker Band, James Brown, Phil & Alan Walden of Capricorn Records in Macon. It also covers dozens of other artists that were involved in the Macon Music Scene. Thie is an excellent book covering the Macon, Georgia Music Scene, mostly during the 1960's and 1970's. It covers the late/great Re. early Brown. He was a blind, black, steet Blues musician, who is on the cover of Wet Willie's "Keep on Smilin'" Album. The late, Re.
Georgia Brown may refer to: Georgia Brown (English singer) (1933–1992), actress and singer. Georgia Brown (Brazilian singer) (born 1980), Guinness World Records holder for singing the highest recorded vocal note. Georgia Rose Brown (born 1995), Australian artistic gymnast. Sweet Georgia Brown, 1920s jazz song, also a jazz/R&B singer named after that song. This list of stage names lists names used by those in the entertainment industry, alphabetically by their stage name's surname, followed by their birth name.
Blind Pearly Brown: Georgia Street Singer Rev. Pearly Brown: Georgia Street Singer - God Don't Never Change @ youtube @ this site - Just A Closer Walk With Thee @ this site - You're Gonna Need That Pure Religion @ this site - Savior, Don't You Pass Me By @ this site - Motherless Children @ youtube @ this site - Oh What A Morning @ this site - I Must See Jesus @ this site - Nobody's Fault But Mine @ youtube @ this site - I Know It Was Th. Pearly Brown - If I Never See You Anymore Andy Mosely, George Williams & Hogman Maxey - I Know I Got Religion Otis Webster - This Little Light Of Mine Angola Quartet - Be With Me Jesus Robert Pete Williams - I'm Glad My Mother Teached Me How To Pray Rev. Pearly Brown - Nobody's Fault But Mine Butch Cage, Willie Thomas & crowd - If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again rec. by Harry Oster. notes by Harry Oster.
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Is Harlem Street Singer the best album by Rev. Gary Davis? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Harlem Street Singer by Rev. Gary Davis (1960) Overall rank: 40,714th.
Harlem Street Singer features his inspired country blues fingerpicking as well. Many moods color the selections, from the gentle "I Belong to the Band" to the mournful "Death Don't Have No Mercy," only to be followed by the joyous shouting of "Goin' to Sit Down on the Banks of the River. Overall, the collection is well worth the purchase and should be considered essential listening for fans of country blues or gospel.
Free download and listen Great Singer Hit Mix: Sweet Georgia Brown. Jimmy Noone - Sweet Georgia Brown 02:57. Jimmy Noone - The Blues Jumped a Rabbit 03:00. Gene Autry - I'll Go Ridin' Down 02:55.