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Thursday, February 25, 2010

The Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir - Shakin' The Rafters


Anonymous said...

Thanks for this a great choice. I've had Can't keep it to myself on a Columbia sampler LP but never heard the whole thing.


PI Archive said...

Can't wait to hear this. Thank you. I share your opinions on religion AND your opinions on energetic music (religious messages aside). The Tom Waits recommendation is a plus too! Thank you.

drfeelgoed said...

Many thanks for this hard to find album! You might be interested in my latest post:



Anonymous said...

thanks a lot for this. just read about this from Tom Waits, too. Cheers

Zer0_II said...

Anonymous J: I'm glad you appreciate my selection. Would you mind telling me which Colombia sampler you are referring to. There are a couple that I know of. I hope you enjoy being able to listen to the album in it's entirety

Ringside: Thanks for commenting. I have a lot of respect for people who are able to look past an idealogy that they don't agree with, and are able to enjoy something amazing that was born as a result of that particular ideology.

drfeelgoed: You're very welcome, and thank you for the link to the post. I'll check it out as soon as I finish commenting.

Anonymous 2: Thanks for taking the time to comment. It's always great to actually read people's comments, even if they are from anonymous people, rather than look at download statistics. I hope you enjoy this gem as much as I did.

Anonymous said...

hi! thanx for posting this! i read an article in mojo about it & it sounded intriguing. thanx for giving me a chance to check it out before i buy it. best wishes, ubique

Anonymous said...

Hi thanks for posting this...

also this is a great blog..

alas the link has expired..any chance of a repost?

peace everytime

asher dust


to asher dust,
this is available from Amazon as mp3 download so I won't be re-upping this.