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This Little Light

The Staple Singers

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1
This Little Light Of Mine
The Staple Singers
2:40
2
What Are They Doing
The Staple Singers
2:13
3
Hard Rain's Gonna Fall
The Staple Singers
7:32
4
You Got Shoes
The Staple Singers
2:38
5
Will The Lord Remember Me
The Staple Singers
2:53
6
My Dying Bed
The Staple Singers
2:32
7
Masters Of War
The Staple Singers
4:38
8
Let Jesus Lead You
The Staple Singers
2:19
9
Prayin' Time
The Staple Singers
2:13
10
Use What You Got
The Staple Singers
2:13
11
I Can't Help From Cryin' Sometime
The Staple Singers
2:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    34:08
This 1964 release, one of four gospel-based albums the Staple Singers recorded for the Riverside label in the early 1960s, includes the powerful civil rights anthem and title track This Little Light Of Mine, a signature song for the group and Mavis Staples for years to follow. The album also contains two Bob Dylan covers.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Concord Music Group Studio Masters

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