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Rev. James Cleveland playing piano "Where is your faith" Metro Mass choir southern music quartet Gospel Celebration...James Cleveland Walter Tramaine Hawkins Albertina Walker Mattie Moss Clark Shirley Caesar Vanessa Bell Armstrong COGIC sanctified Holy Ghost power praise break dance shout revival GE Patterson CD Owens baptist apostolic broadcast Full gospel music witness power Jesus Christ christian religious Assembly witness power ministry CH Mason Charles Blake
The Choir was a garage rock band largely active in the greater Cleveland area from the mid-1960s into the early 1970s. Originally called The Mods, their largest commercial success came with the release of their first single "It's Cold Outside" in December 1966. lyrics-Well, my world used to be sunny And jokes used to be funny But now you're gone and Everything's turned all around Well, my world used to be warm And there never was a storm But now you're gone and Everything's turned upside down And now it's cold outside And the rain is pouring down And the leaves are turning brown Can't you see That now it's cold outside And it's all because of you Cause there's nothing I can do To make you love me Well, my world used to be sunny And jokes used to be funny But now...
"He Included Me" from the concert, "A Tribute To The King of Gospel, Rev. James L. Cleveland" by the Gospel Music Workshop of America's Detroit Mass Choir. Michael Fletcher, soloist; Jimmy "JD" Dowell, director; Bishop Andre Woods, organ; Daryl Houston, keyboard; Charles Craig IV (Volley), bass; James L. Craig, Jr., drums. December 8, 2003 at Second Ebenezer Church, Detroit, MI (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED)
SHORT VERSION (end of concert) The UAB Gospel Choir presents “The Classics Concert" as we celebrate our 21st Anniversary at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center Monday, November 14, 2016 under the direction of Kevin P. Turner. Guest soloist/Alumni member Valerie T. Smith featured on "God Is."
The Reformed School Choir of Pecs, Hungary toured the Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio and then performed 3 short pieces. The choir travels in various parts of Hungary and to Hungarians living in the diaspora throughout the year. This is the first time that they performed in North America. This is the last piece of the performance in the Hungarian Cultural Garden. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/hungarian/hungarian.htm
The New Jerusalem Baptist Church Choir of Flint, Michigan singing "Through The Years," or as many of us know the song, "When The Gates Swing Open." From their 1978 album, EVERYTHING WILL BE ALRIGHT, with Rev. James Cleveland.