I could only hope. Putting aside that this is the
Soul Stirrers, a long lived and successful organization,
one that broke in none lesser than Sam Cooke, with, (
I think, I am not a historian) J Farley (black suit)
stage right rear, bass vocals, one of his last tours,
and backup vocals by, I think, Willie Rogers, one of the
most respected in the mission field, and then there is Rev.
Martin Jacox....well...enuf said about that.
To answer the question, I am no preacher, but I note a
repetitive rhythm, well practiced, probably, under a
testimony and upbeat altar call. Yes, I have played
that kind of gospel and it remains a high point in my
musical life. I found my place in an Outreach Mission in
the deep South where I was the only musician who was
not African American.
Now, I am kind of easing my way back into the field
here where I live, Montana.
Thanks for checking it out. Sorry about the display.
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You Tube, at least, that was what thought.