℗ 1977 Jewel Records
 

Welcome the Vibrant Lillie Jenkins

Lillie Jenkins

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1.1
I Love the Name
Lillie Jenkins
4:57
1.2
I'll Fly Away
Lillie Jenkins
3:48
1.3
O' Sinner Man
Lillie Jenkins
3:14
1.4
Someone to Care
Lillie Jenkins
3:28
1.5
What a Friend
Lillie Jenkins
3:21
1.6
Ain't No Way
Lillie Jenkins
3:18
1.7
Soon We'll Be Done
Lillie Jenkins
4:00
1.8
Get Right Church
Lillie Jenkins
2:40
1.9
Calvary
Lillie Jenkins
8:40
Total Playing Time    37:26
Jewel Record's releases this high-resolution digital re-release of Lillie Jenkins's Welcome the Vibrant Lillie Jenkins. Jewel Records was an American independent record label, founded in 1963 by Stan Lewis and based in Shreveport, Louisiana. It had two subsidiary labels, Paula and Ronn. The first of many retail record stores, called Stan's Record Shop, was opened in 1948. Later, Stan Lewis purchased and reissued the catalogues of Cobra Records, Chief Records, USA Records and JOB Records. Among the artists for Jewel/Paula/Ronn were Buster Benton, Frank Frost, Lowell Fulson, John Lee Hooker, Lightnin' Hopkins, John Fred and his Playboy Band, Toussaint McCall, The Uniques, Jerry McCain, Memphis Slim, Little Johnny Taylor, and Justin Wilson.
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

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