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All That Jazz, Vol. 48: Spiritual Service at Newport Jazz Festival (Live 1958 & 1961)

Mahalia Jackson

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1
An Evening Prayer (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
3:25
2
I'm On My Way (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
3:25
3
A City Called Heaven (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
3:53
4
It Don't Cost Very Much (Version 1) (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
3:26
5
Walk Over God's Heaven (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
3:09
6
The Lord's Prayer (Fader Var.) (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
3:49
7
Didn't It Rain (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
3:48
8
My God Is Real (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
3:44
9
He's Got the Whole World in His Hands (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
2:42
10
I'm Going to Live the Life I Sing About in My Song (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
4:08
11
Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
2:30
12
His Eye Is on the Sparrow (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
4:40
13
Tell the World About This (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
2:45
14
There Is a Balm in Gilead (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
5:25
15
Riverside, Down by the Riverside (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
4:34
16
Elijah Rock (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
4:57
17
It Don't Cost Very Much (Version 2) (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
4:02
18
How I Got Over (Live)
Mahalia Jackson
7:27
Total Playing Time    71:49
This historic collection of live tracks from gospel legend Mahalia Jackson includes a sample of her groundbreaking appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1958, her second time playing Newport. Many critics agreed that she was the star of the festival that year, high praise indeed considering some of the other acts included Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Ray Charles and Louis Armstrong. Among the 1958 tracks is a goosebump-raising version of The Lord's Prayer, the highlight of the documentary filmed at Newport that year, Jazz on a Summer's Day. It Don't Cost Very Much appears on this album twice, in versions recorded in 1958 and 1961.
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This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue recording. It may be limited in bandwidth and dynamic range by the technology available at the time of its original creation, and is offered as a high-quality documentation of a historical release.

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