℗ 1971 Jewel Records
Released November 18, 1971
Duration 35m 50s
Catalogue No. 43NB3540JE
Genre R&B (Gospel)
 

Change is Gonna Come

The Meditation Singers

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1.1
Trouble's Brewin
The Meditation Singers
4:58
1.2
Good Old Gospel Music
The Meditation Singers
4:29
1.3
Greatest God I Know
The Meditation Singers
3:20
1.4
Soulful Prayer
The Meditation Singers
5:11
1.5
Hold out Till Tomorrow
The Meditation Singers
5:04
1.6
Look at Yourself
The Meditation Singers
2:43
1.7
Getting High on the Lord
The Meditation Singers
2:57
1.8
A Change is Gonna Come
The Meditation Singers
4:11
1.9
That's My Child
The Meditation Singers
2:57
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Jewel Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.50
-2.16 to -1.29
-17.66
-20.28 to -16.08
11
9 to 12
1
Trouble's Brewin
-1.91-18.2911
2
Good Old Gospel Music
-1.29-16.8711
3
Greatest God I Know
-2.16-20.2812
4
Soulful Prayer
-1.29-17.7510
5
Hold out Till Tomorrow
-1.73-16.819
6
Look at Yourself
-1.29-17.9111
7
Getting High on the Lord
-1.29-16.0811
8
A Change is Gonna Come
-1.29-17.4911
9
That's My Child
-1.29-17.4511

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