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Subject: Gospel Tape Library Offer
From: wysiwyg
Date: 06 Mar 01 - 02:46 PM

I am expanding the offer I made in this thread:

http://www.mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=24900

The original offer pertained to a bunch of southern gospel tapes I had. Since our housefire, I have been doing some further organizing, and it's become clear that I have more genres besides southern gospel.

So actually I am glad I never sent them out, because I see a larger project possible. I plan to use this thread to manage it. The balance of this post will contain my thoughts on what to do with all this music if you decide to participate. (Trace this thread if you sign up please.)

People who want to participate can do so by e-mailing me-- requesting the sign-up form. They will go out in batches of six tapes, because I got some free eight-pocket vinyl tape albums. Each set will include various genres and the tape quality will vary.

At a minimum, participants will be expected to listen to and enjoy the tapes, and send them on to the next participant promptly (or be "busted" for procrastination in this thread!).

Be aware up front that the sound quality will be poor to good-- what you will gain is mostly the chance to learn some new songs, for it is the songs that are the point here, not who did them or when or how they arranged them perfectly. Some of these tapes are copies of copies. Others are copies of very old LP's. Some are newer and in good shape, or recent copies off CD's. None of them are in good enough shape to make saleable bootleg copies-- these are, of course, for personal study only. I will appreciate you not running them through filthy equipment or leaving them in your car with carfood crumbs. (Do as I say, not as I do.)

Several of these tapes contain only a few gospel songs. Sure, I could copy these off onto gospel compilation tapes, but you know, I don't have time, and anyway why leave the other stuff out? It's all good! More lyrics to harvest, some of them non-gospel? Sure!

Some participants will feel like they want to do something to help-- to leave the collection in better shape than they found it. Here are some ideas.

  • There are J-cards for some tapes, but not all. You might be moved to word process a songlist for one or more of the tapes that are missing their J-cards.
  • Perhaps you have the lyrics to some of these, or are willing to fetch them off other lyric sites or transcribe them. These can be posted at Mudcat-- after checking first to see if they are already posted here. It would make sense to tuck a note into the tape album saying which ones have been researched and posted, for the next user's information. And it would be even nicer to print whatever words are found, to tuck in as well.
  • Some of the songs will seem very obscure, especially due to sound quality, and you may be moved to post a Mudcat lyric request for help determining what the piece is and how it goes. Again, a note about this tucked into the album will be appreciated.
  • Maybe you will know some interesting things about the history of a song, or variants. Your notes added to the collection will benefit all. (Of course post these too if you are posting.)
  • As I indicated, each set will include six tapes in an eight-pocket album. Obviously some people will want to add a tape into the album to pass along-- where do you think I got some of these gems in the first place? *G* In such moments of generosity, it would be great if you also included a xerox of any liner notes, etc. available, and especially if these include lyrics-- oh joy!

    How many sets will there be?
    Oh God!! Don't ask! I am still sorting, and if in doubt, I am throwing it into the project pile! So there will be sets of sets, going around among different groups-- each set will come back to me at the end of its loop to be sent out to one of the other groupings of participants.

    The first ones will go out next week to people who already indicated interest in the past. More signups are definitely encouraged.

    Let's make the best possible use of this resource. Wait till you hear these great classics!

    ~Susan

    (Click HERE to e-mail me. Subject line: GOSPEL TAPES)


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: jeepman (inactive)
    Date: 07 Mar 01 - 09:58 AM

    Keep it up Susan. Good work. Jim


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 07 Mar 01 - 10:33 AM

    Well, I have to make a couple of changes already. There are 14 sets now of 6 tapes each. I'm out of vinyl albums too. So instead of leaving two of the 8 pockets empty for new tapes you might add, I have to stuff them... because I still have at l;east a dozen CDs to copy.

    So I guess any new ones will have to come to me directly. That makes more sense anyway, so I can send them back out and around. Otherwise whoever was "above" the contributor in the mail list would miss getting them.

    This also means that if anyone wants to send me stuff to put into the stream, I'd be glad to do it. It would even be worth it to me to buy more tape albums.

    So much music, so little time.

    Another change-- I think I better limit the offer to Mudcat members. With regret. But I think I better.

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: sian, west wales
    Date: 07 Mar 01 - 10:53 AM

    It's almost 4 p.m. here, and I have a nagging doubt that my maths aren't good enough to really understand some of the above (well ... unless I take off my shoes and use my toes ... to which our office PA might object) but I think I get the drift.

    So, does this offer apply internationally?

    sian


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 07 Mar 01 - 11:39 AM

    Yes. It just requires some coordination thought, but there is enough material to send a good bit of it overseas to circulate there, and then swap for the US-circulated sets later.

    For example Mudcatter Quincy has agreed to send them around the UK and look over any UK recipient list to make it simplest, and maybe add more people as it goes on. Anyone anywhere else (outside US or UK) will need to agree to coordinate their area similarly for me to see the sense (stewardship-wise) of the international postage. In practical terms it means whoever signs up first from that area gets the package first, and agrees to get it back to send to me. International postage.... ???? I'm willing to pay it outbound but not return trip. Make sense? Other ideas on handling that aspect?

    And Sian, I figured you'd sign up! You in, then? *G*

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: sian, west wales
    Date: 07 Mar 01 - 02:06 PM

    Yeh, you know me. Always a sucker for a quick fix gospel hoot!

    sian


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 07 Mar 01 - 02:22 PM

    Oh dear. Sian, you've just inadvertently created a name for the project.

    Now I know what to put on the album sleeves to make them easily identified as they lay around people's homes!

    I think I'll steal it for a new band name too. The Good News-Goodtime Band.... maybe it needs to morph a bit.

    I had me a quick fix gospel hoot all morning, BTW, making a few more tapes. You'll see! HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING??? (Karaoke with Jesus!)

    Also thought that to set up the routing slips for each set I should do like the song says-- I'M USING MY BIBLE FOR A ROADMAP.

    *G*

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 08 Mar 01 - 11:24 AM

    Rev. Gary Davis....

    (Must have that) PURE RELIGION (must have that)

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 08 Mar 01 - 12:24 PM

    Elvis with ALL HIS WIGGLES in his voice (ooo I can just SEE what he's shaking!) with the Jordanaires, JOSHUA FIT THE BATTLE OF JERICHO!

    Oh Lordy, ROCKAMYSOUL!

    Having me a lil singing lesson here!

    Sign up now!

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: jeepman (inactive)
    Date: 08 Mar 01 - 06:52 PM

    refresh


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: Matt_R
    Date: 08 Mar 01 - 09:21 PM

    There are also a lot of gospel-ish songs by rock folks...check out "Jesus" by Queen and "Tender" by Blur.


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: sian, west wales
    Date: 09 Mar 01 - 04:56 AM

    OK, blame me. It always rains on the unloved. (Excuse me - just having an Eeyore moment!)

    My vote goes for the Grand Ol' Oprey version of I Saw the Light!

    sian


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 09 Mar 01 - 08:35 AM

    Matt, if you'd like to make a compilation tape, send it over and I'll include that too.

    sian, as I have been taping the last several days, it has been really interesting to hear some of the hymns done in a variety of styles-- I've never listened to so much all at once before, across genres, so it's really noticeable. Just imagine some other classics, usually done in a mainstream choral style, but now kicked up to Grand Ole Opry style. It's a riot! Or Nearer My God to Thee, done in hushed awe by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir with full orchestration... followed by Mississippi John Hurt's delta-picked version, with words that sound like Nero, My God, to Thee. It's just a bit of a mindfu.... oops! excuse me!

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: sian, west wales
    Date: 09 Mar 01 - 11:17 AM

    I don't think I relate to the "classics usually done in a mainstream choral style". I grew up with all the Sankey/ Moody stuff, but it was always white gospel / tent revival stuff ... even in small town Methodist Southern Ontario. I also grew up with belting out Welsh hymns at North American Welsh hymn events, which is closer to the above minus the power-mad basses and tenors. (OK - so the Mormon Tabs. were originally a Welsh choir ... so they aren't half bad!)

    sian


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 09 Mar 01 - 11:24 AM

    sian,

    Well, then imagine how surprised you will be to hear old Sankey stuff done mainstream style!

    I should mention too how I came buy a lot of this material, or some of you will wonder about my mind. Remember good old Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker? PTL? Several of the audio tapes someone had made of PTL broadcasts were included in the boxful of tapes that were anonymously donated to our church thrift shop. I co-opted all the tapes to learn what was, then, a new genre for me-- contemporary praise music. I figure, see, that if there are some good songs on those tapes, it'll be worth sifting through whatever crap is also on them. But no, I am not a supporter of PTL and related ilk!

    MUSIC! I want more MUSIC!

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: jeepman (inactive)
    Date: 10 Mar 01 - 09:54 AM

    This thread is getting really good. Better refresh it Jeepman


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 10 Mar 01 - 10:17 AM

    Aaaarrrghhh!!!!

    That's IT, I can't tape anymore!

    Two CDs left-- Cynthia Clawson, dreamy Appalachian singer, doing some standards prayerfully and richly in her amazing contralto-- over a background of plainsong CHANT! Wha-hoo!! And, GREGORIAN CHANT CHRISTMAS, side B. Gee I hope they both fit in their entirety-- I'm running out of tape and empty slots to stick 'em!

    Xerox the week's worth of liner notes from the CDs to tuck in... maybe tonight at church!

    Now if ONLY the tape XXXXX sent me would turn up again-- he wrote some pieces that are on there and (pssss.... psss...pssppsss.... ) Hmmmmmm.... and YYYYYY..... what about the long lost ZZZZZZ tape? Did that have a hymn or two as well? Huh! You'll have to sign up to find out who these Mudcatters are!

    And why is a Joan Baez album in there? I dunno! Seemed to make sense at the time! Yup, and isn't there a hymn on each of those Doc Watson tapes too? TALK ABOUT SUFFERIN! PRECIOUS LORD, TAKE MY HAND!

    Get those signups in now folks-- numbering and packing next!

    (Click HERE to e-mail me. Subject line: GOSPEL TAPES)

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: jeepman (inactive)
    Date: 10 Mar 01 - 07:03 PM

    Im glad you stepped in with the blue clicky thing. I couldn't make it work. Glad you mentioned Cynthia Clawson. Have you heard her "Precious Jesus Hold My Hand?" Jman


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 11 Mar 01 - 08:39 AM

    No, jeepal, but the tape from the Gaither Homecoming Hour that includes her singing "Hear the Voice of My Beloved" may have just turned up at long last, in the car!!!, in time to be included.

    I should probably mention that I have many of the lyrics to the material in this library among my songbooks. I do post them as I create new songsheets, for pieces we will do in church, and I will be glad to post any others that are requested as we move the tapes along.

    To join the project, sign up in e-mail.

    (Click HERE to e-mail me. Subject line: GOSPEL TAPES)

    ~Susan

    PS for jeepman. Here's a new trick if you are using Internet Explorer.

    Right now, while you have this post in front of you, look at the far right side of your screen. See the up-down button, the slidy elevator thing? Note in you mind where it is sitting right now. Mark it with a post-it if you need to.

    Then, mouse up to your View menu at the top of the browser. Click Source. You will get a screenful of white space with occasional flows of gobbledegook. The gobbledegook is the HTML coding and text of this thread.

    Use that elevator button to slide to the same spot it was at, when you were reading my post. Look around until you find my post in the gobbledegook.

    In my post, you will see the text for my e-mail message, surrounded by the gobbledegook that makes it look and work like it does. Highlight that with your mouse, and push Control and C at the same time to put it on your clipboard.

    Now close the View/Source page and the thread will reappear.

    With your cursor in the posting box, push Control and V at the same time and the e-mail clicky should appear. Submit the message to see if it worked. If you locked up the thread instead, report that in the Help Forum!

    *G*

    You can use the same technique (View/Source) to see HTML coding that makes other things look and work as they do, whenever you see something in someone's post that looks cool. I have a pageful of these in a word processor document that I keep open alongside the Mudcat window, for easy access. I copy and paste from these instead of typing in the HTML commnads for most of what I do. There is more about this in the FAQ thread and related threads it lists.

    If that's too mysterious for you, then the answer to a whole new world of fun is easy-- find a kid and ask them to show you three simple things-- having multiple windows open, highlighting text, and drag&drop.

    Have fun!

    Us geezers gotta stick together.

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 11 Mar 01 - 11:38 PM

    Here's a brief inventory of the first two sets of tapes.

    Set 01

    A, B sides, MASTER CHORUS BOOK II, Lillenas Publishing. Praise Choruses 1-48.

    A, B sides, KIDSONGS, Jerry Silverman. Samples from Mel Bay songbook of the same name.

    A,B sides, PRAISE ALBUM, Maranatha! Music, 1974.

    A side, PURE RELIGION & BAD COMPANY, Rev. Gary Davis. Excerpts. B side, ELVIS GOPEL TREASURY VOLUME ONE.

    A, B sides, PTL CLUB PRESENTS BOB HARRINGTON AND THE AMIGOS.

    A, B sides, A MERRY CHRISTMAS, Stan Kenton.

    A side, FOLKSTAGE, Doc Watson. B side, FOLKSTAGE, Jean Ritchie. Circa 1980's, Chicago PBS TV program simulcast on FM radio.

    A, B sides, HOLY GROUND, Gaither Homecoming series.


    Set 02

    A side, APPALACHIAN SKY. B side, HOOKED ON HYMNS.

    A, B sides, MASTER CHORUS BOOK I, Lillenas Publishing. Praise Choruses 1-61, excerpts.

    A, B sides, WE HAVE OVERCOME, Integrity Music.

    A, B sides, 50 YEARS OF BLUEGRASS HITS, VOL. I.

    A side, banjo, from an LP in a library, title unknown. B side, fiddle, same source.

    A, B sides, PRIMARY PRAISE, Lillenas Publishing. Excerpts from songbook of same name.

    A, B sides, ERIC BIBB. CD title unknown.

    A, B sides, WE ALL... EVERY ONE OF US, Sweet Honey in the Rock.


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: jeepman (inactive)
    Date: 12 Mar 01 - 02:15 PM

    Susan, this list is awesome. I will have a hard time waiting. Jman


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: Quincy
    Date: 13 Mar 01 - 07:39 AM

    Susan....just so you know I am still going to do the tape thing with you....sorry for neglecting you but ill health has kept me back a little.
    Will e-mail asap..

    love Yvonne


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: GUEST,Roger the skiffler
    Date: 13 Mar 01 - 08:19 AM

    Susan, was the Eric Bibb CD you refer to as "unknown" "Spirit and the Blues"? It's the only one of his I have and has some gospel and some blues and features a Swedish bouzouki player!
    RtS


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 13 Mar 01 - 09:04 AM

    Yvonne, I am sorry you have been ill! I hope your e-mail will have some details.

    RtS, I dunno, I will have to ask Dharmabum. Let's see.... what was on it... can't recall any titles now. Can you?

    Just for the record-- any tapes that have been made are backup copies people have made, myself included, for learning material when out on long drives. They aren't made to be endlessly bootlegged; one way I make sure they won't be is that the tape I use is OK quality, but not what you'd want for a duplicating master.

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: GUEST,Roger the skiffler
    Date: 13 Mar 01 - 09:14 AM

    "In my father's house","Satisfied mind" are 2 tracks I remember, gospel group Needed time(?) accompany him on vocal backing.
    RtS


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 13 Mar 01 - 09:19 AM

    .... something about our own spirits.... oh heck! I gotta rip open all the albums to find it----- no I don't! It's in the one I INVENTORIED!!

    The morning's car music. Got me a date with a cello. Never met one up close and personal-- I get to snuggle up and see if it whines or growls, or purrs.

    Hopefully all of the above and more, in a friendly fashion.

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 14 Mar 01 - 11:15 AM

    RtS-- the Eric Bibb I have includes Shingle by Shingle. Same one?

    Everyone-- please note the discussion between Burke and me in the current thread about Sacred Harp Singings. She has SH items to add to our project, if we want. Recordings and BOOK. Yes???

    VOLUNTEER WANTED. A Mudcat volunteer with edit capabilities is needed to help maintain this thread. Please contact me.

    Cello update-- nice, but not nice enough. A bass fiddle someday perhaps.

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: GUEST,Roger the skiffler
    Date: 14 Mar 01 - 11:30 AM

    Susan that Eric Bibb CD would be Good Stuff (according t All-Music Guide) in case you want to attribute it.
    RtS


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 14 Mar 01 - 11:31 AM

    Oh goodie, I just learned a new trick. This should take you to the thread with info on Burke's wonderful offer:

    4 Sacred Harp singings in 4 weeks

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 14 Mar 01 - 03:26 PM

    MORE INVENTORY LISTINGS

    Set 03

    A, B sides. Cuts from LP's by Doc Watson and Hoyt Axton. Album titles unknown, circa 1985 or earlier.

    A,B sides, GOSPEL GREATS 1980 - 1992. Compilation.

    A, B sides, PRAISE TEN, 1980, Maranatha! Compilation.

    A, B sides, PTL CLUB PRESENTS BOB HARRINGTON AND THE AMIGOS.

    PRAISE & WORSHIP CHRISTMAS, 1990, Integrity Music.

    FROM NASHVILLE AT THE BELMONT CHURCH, Kingdom Praise.

    A side, COUNTRY GOSPEL, SUNDAY IN THE SOUTH, Compilation. B side, GOD IS SO GOOD, Gaither Vocal Band.

    A, B sides, JOYFUL NOISE! Rough field recording, St. Paul's Church Wellsboro, PA. Saturday night services 9/2/200 and 9/9/2000.


    Set 04

    A, B sides, CHRISTMAS AROUND EUROPE.

    A, B sides, DOC AND THE BOYS, Doc Watson (probably includes Merle Watson, T. Michael Coleman, and others).

    A, B sides, OVER 80 SONGS CHILDREN LOVE TO SING (vol. 2).

    A, B sides, DOWN BY THE TABERNACLE, 1998, Gaither Homecoming Series.

    A, B sides, ON THIS DAY EARTH SHALL RING, 1985. Anne Hills, Shinobu Sato and Friends.

    A, B sides, BLESS THE LORD, 1989, Integrity Music.

    A, B sides, HIS. Could swear this is Elvis; home-labeled as from Woolrich, PA. Hey, you never know.

    A, B sides, PTL CLUB 15F7 A, various artists.

    Want in on this? Scroll up to find a blue clicky link to my e-mail, and one to another thread about related Sacred Harp material available.

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 15 Mar 01 - 02:28 PM

    MORE INVENTORY


    Set 05

    A, B sides, ROCK OF AGES, Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

    A, B sides, AMERICA'S 25 FAVORITE PRAISE CHORUSES, Volume II. Cross-referenced with praise chorus numbers from the Red Maranatha! Book (3rd ed.).

    A, B sides, GIVE THANKS, 1988, Integrity Music.

    A, B sides, PTL CLUB 0257-B, Paul Mickelson, Lang Sisters.

    A, B sides, COUNTRY/WESTERN HYMNAL, Excerpts from the Singspiration songbook of the same name.

    A, B sides, Children's songs, from an LP, album title unknown, circa 1985 or earlier.

    A side, Misc. Hymns. B side, misc. classical pieces. Except for songlist in English, J-card is printed entirely in Asian characters. Pianist Harold Lee featured.

    A, B sides, SPECIAL HOMECOMING MOMENTS, 1997, Gaither Homecoming Series.


    Set 06

    A, B sides, SONGS OF REFLECTION, Love Notes Series.

    A, B sides, SOUNDSTAGE, "Just Folk." Circa 1980's, Chicago PBS TV program simulcast on FM radio. Probably the one that features Tom Paxton, Josh White Jr., Bob Gibson, and Odetta.

    A, B sides, PTL CLUB 02F7-A, WORLD OUTREACH SPECIAL, Paul Mickelson, Lang Sisters.

    A, B sides, RYMAN GOSPEL REUNION, 1995, Gaither Homecoming Series.

    A side, PRAISE & HONOR. B side, YOU ARE MY GOD. Most likely Integrity Music.

    A, B sides, KIDSONGS, Jerry Silverman. Excerpts from the Mel Bay songbook of the same name.

    A, B sides, FROM THE DAYSPRING CHURCH IN ATLANTA, Kingdom Praise.

    A, B sides, MUSIC OF KENTUCKY.





    Want in on this? Scroll up to find a blue clicky link to my e-mail, and one to another thread about related Sacred Harp material available.

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 15 Mar 01 - 05:33 PM

    MORE INVENTORY.


    Set 07

    A, B sides, MASTER CHORUS BOOK I. Excerpts from Lillenas Master Chorus Book I, Praise Choruses 64 - 249

    A, B sides, CRIMSON RIVER. Cuts from three CD's.

    A, B sides, JOAN BAEZ LIVE.

    A, B sides, NEW MUSIC FOR WORSHIP, Fall 1988, Harold Flammer, Inc. and Glory Sound.

    A, B sides, HEART IN MOTION, Amy Grant.

    A,B sides, WEE SING FOR CHRISTMAS.

    A, B sides, SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK.

    A side, HELL AMONG THE YEARLINGS, Gillian Welch. B side, REVIVAL, Gillian Welch.


    Set 08

    A, B sides, PTL CLUB, various artists.

    Gaither Trio, Davis Family.

    A, B sides, LONG PLAY PRAISE, 1987, Maranatha! Music.

    A, B sides, THE CROONER FROM OUTER SPACE, Jim Post.

    A, B sides, AMERICA'S 25 FAVORITE PRAISE CHORUSES, Volume III. Cross-referenced with praise chorus numbers from the Red Maranatha! Book (3rd ed.).

    A side, ANGEL BAND, Wind Song. B side, JENNY LEIGH AND THE BOYS.

    A, B sides, SINGIN' WITH THE SAINTS, 1998, Gaither Homecoming Series.

    A, B sides, VICTOR'S CROWN, 1989, Integrity Music.


    Want in on this? Scroll up to find a blue clicky link to my e-mail, and one to another thread about related Sacred Harp material available.

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 17 Mar 01 - 12:21 PM

    MORE INVENTORY




    Set 09

    A, B sides, SONGS FOR PRIMS, from the Gospel Publishing House, Springfield MO sponsor's manual "Plans for Prims."

    A side, PTL CHORUSES. B side, THE COLLECTION, Amy Grant.

    A side, JOHN FAHEY. B side, FOLK BANJO, various artists. Album titles unknown, circa 1985 or earlier.

    A, B sides, THE HEAVENS ARE SOUNDING, Beloved choruses by classical composers.

    A, B sides, I'LL MEET YOU ON THE MOUNTAIN, 1999, Gaither Homecoming Series.

    A side, BACK HOME IN INDIANA (CHRISTMAS ALBUM), Bill Gaither Trio. B side, LOVE ALBUM, Sue & Jeff.

    A, B sides, THE ABSOLUTE BEST OF BLUEGRASS GOSPEL (complete) and selections from 25 GREATEST BLUEGRASS HITS. Compilations, various artists.

    A, B sides, AGES AND AGES AGO, New Edition. Purchased at a restaurant counter in Fancy Gap, VA; band is probably local to that area.




    Set 10

    A, B sides, GOOD NEWS, Sweet Honey in the Rock.

    A, B sides, A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE, Martin Simpson.

    A, B sides, FROM THE WAVERLY NEW COVENANT CHURCH IN JOHANNESBURG, 1994, Kingdom Praise.

    A, B sides, LOVIN' GOD, LOVIN' EACH OTHER, 1997, Gaither Vocal Band.

    A, B sides, CALLED OUT, The Mann Family.

    A, B sides, BROTHER SUN, SISTER MOON. Morning and evening chant.

    A, B sides, LITTLE BY LITTLE, The Good News-Goodtime Band. Recorded live at St. Paul's for WLIH radio "Meet the Pastor" programs '98 and '99. Outtakes included.

    A, B sides, MASTER CHORUS BOOK II, Lillenas Publishing. Praise Choruses 49-100.



    Want in on this? Scroll up to find a blue clicky link to my e-mail, and one to another thread about related Sacred Harp material available.

    ~Susan


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    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 04 Apr 01 - 11:39 AM

    Last of the inventory so far.


    Set 11

    A side, PRAYER & PLAINSONG, Cynthia Clawson. B side, GREGORIAN CHRISTMAS.

    A, B sides, A, B sides, AMERICA'S 25 FAVORITE PRAISE CHORUSES, Volume II. Cross-referenced with praise chorus numbers from the Red Maranatha! Book (3rd ed.).

    A, B sides, THE FOUR GALILEANS MAKE IT HAPPEN.

    A, B sides, SING YOUR BLUES AWAY, 1996, Gaither Gospel Series.

    A, B sides, ETERNAL GOD, 1990, Integrity Music.

    A, B sides, JOY FOR THE JOURNEY, The Happy Goodmans.

    A, B sides, COUNTRY/WESTERN HYMNAL, Vol. IV. Excerpts from the Singspiration songbook of the same name.

    A, B sides, PSALMS, HYMNS, AND SPIRITUAL SONGS, Kurt Kaiser. (Piano)


    Set 12

    A, B sides, A, B sides, AMERICA'S 25 FAVORITE PRAISE CHORUSES, Volume I. Cross-referenced with praise chorus numbers from the Red Maranatha! Book (3rd ed.).

    A, B sides, JOYFUL NOISE! Rough field recording, St. Paul's Church Wellsboro, PA. Saturday night services 9/16/200 and 9/23/2000.

    A, B sides, SOUTHERN CLASSICS Vol. II, Gaither Vocal Band.

    A, B sides, AN AMERICAN CHRISTMAS, Folk Like Us.

    A, B sides, ADVENT HYMN FESTIVAL, 12/5/93, Christ Church.

    A, B sides, AMAZING LOVE, 1990, Integrity Music.

    A, B sides, HOW GREAT THOU ART, Steve Martin (the guitarist).

    A, B sides, CHANT.


    Set 13

    A, B sides, NEW CHORAL MUSIC REVIEW SERVICE, 1982, Word Music.

    A, B sides, THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN, Barry Phillips, Gourd Music. American Revolutionary War era music.

    A side, OH BROTHER WHERE ART THOU? B side, DICKENS, JONES, HAWKER.

    A, B sides, SATURDAY NIGHT PICKING AT IVERY KIMBLE'S. Bluegrass and bluegrass gospel. Tape label may contain incorrect songlist.

    A, B sides, Praise & Worship Compilation.

    A, B sides, SOUTHERN CLASSICS Vol. I, Gaither Vocal Band.

    A, B sides, I'M GOING HOME WITH SALLY ANN. Bluegrass and bluegrass gospel. Tape label may contain incorrect songlist.

    A, B sides, AN A CAPELLA HYMNS COLLECTION, The Martins.




    If you want in on this fantastic offer, click HERE to e-mail me. Subject line: GOSPEL TAPES. Also scroll up in this thread to see a link to related discussion on SACRED HARP materials available.

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 12 Apr 01 - 12:14 AM

    Please be patient with me-- practical and health matters have delayed sending the first round. But I am now on set 14!

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 03 Jun 01 - 12:11 AM

    Wait till you see the list from recent Chicago purchases! Bahamians, bluesmen, and bluegrass!

    ~S~


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: Jeep man
    Date: 03 Jun 01 - 03:13 PM

    Sweet Sue, you are a hard working Sweetie. Let me know if I can help. Luv Jeeply


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 03 Jun 01 - 03:48 PM

    I will, Jeepsweets. I think I see now how you could. Please e-mail me in a few days if I don't e-mail you. OK?

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: Jeep man
    Date: 04 Jun 01 - 03:26 PM

    10/4


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: GUEST,djh
    Date: 11 Jun 01 - 01:59 PM

    Great Idea WYSIWYG, But , Maybe to save you some trouble a Mudcat trade library could be established. People could find others who have what they are looking for and swap, Like many Dead Heads or Dylan fans do on line. All that would be neccassary is a semi-perma thread. Erase and start over once a month , more or less, so not to get too daunting or outdated in requests and offers. More later gotta go back to work...


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 11 Jun 01 - 02:16 PM

    DJH, this project is already rolling as designed, but perhaps you would like to start another one as you described. *G*

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 08 Jul 01 - 02:22 AM

    refresh


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 01 Sep 01 - 01:13 AM

    This thread is slated to become a Permathread in the foreseeable future.

    Any more thoughts from those who want to participate, that I can incorporate in the copy?

    New people who want to participate can page up to see how to get in on it.

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 20 Oct 01 - 01:46 PM

    refresh


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: Jerry Rasmussen
    Date: 21 Oct 01 - 08:46 PM

    Finally got here. Reading over all of the postings and listings, it looks like I could add something to the library. I have a semi-vast collection of black gospel.. enough to have eight 60 minute tapes of prime stuff already made into listening tapes. You've got the first two. It includes everything from older mass Choirs, like the Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir, to Reverend Gary Davis, Roosevelt Graves and other folk-gospel black artists. I'll keep feeing them to you. Maybe you can do a set of just black gospel for those folks who haven't heard much of it.

    Jerry


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 22 Oct 01 - 12:28 AM

    Thanks, Jerry, that would be great. If you want to save the J-card writing time and post the songlists here instead, maybe that would lessen the time you'd have to spend on it.

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 15 Mar 04 - 10:07 PM

    What's new? I have a couple dozen tapes added to the mix, including Lomax stuff from LOC MP3s. I can post the songlists for those.

    Jerry, I would like a set from you. I passed along the several you sent earlier, and did not get them back, but if you send me the bigger set I think you have, I will be sure it gets into the lending set.

    I have a set of Sacred Harp tapes and book Burke donated.

    I'd love to put the "Goodbye Babylon" boxed set into the library, if people wanted to chip in. I can get a discount ($60 total for the set).

    That's gonna be it on tapes. I'm going all digital from this point on. The newer stuff I have found here and there already is digital. The songlist would be too long to post here, but I may find a place to hang it up somewhere.

    The mix continues to be very eclectic as far as styles within "gospel."

    And Jeep, please, send back the batch of tapes you have, OK? Thanks.

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: Jerry Rasmussen
    Date: 16 Mar 04 - 11:19 AM

    I'll try to get to it soon, Susan

    Jerry


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 16 Mar 04 - 11:33 AM

    Thanks, Jerry!

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: GUEST,WYSIWYG
    Date: 12 Jan 05 - 09:47 AM

    Does anyone have a copy of Verdant Groves, a CD by Debra Spencer, Shelley Phillips, and Lars Johannesson? It's Shaker music sung with flute and Celtic harp, recorded live at four New England Shaker Villages?

    ~Susan


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: Jason Xion Wang
    Date: 10 Oct 14 - 07:21 AM

    Would love to have the "Soundstage: Just Folks" recording. Is it available to get now?


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: wysiwyg
    Date: 10 Oct 14 - 07:34 AM

    Am not at home now to check. Please bookmark this thread to remind ne to look in mid-November, OK?

    ~Susa


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    Subject: RE: Gospel Tape Library Offer
    From: Jason Xion Wang
    Date: 10 Oct 14 - 07:38 AM

    Thanks a lot, Susan!


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