A Bruce Frazier | That Old Time Religion: Now and Then

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That Old Time Religion: Now and Then

by A Bruce Frazier

Liturgical Jazz- inpirational and spiritual music performed in classic jazz style. This Christian music is meditative, soothing, energizing, and relaxing.
Genre: Spiritual: Traditional Gospel
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1. Old Time Religion
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2. Heavenly Medley
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3. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
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4. Leave It There
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5. Just How Much You Can Bear
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6. What A Friend We Have In Jesus
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7. His Eye is on the Sparrow
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8. Center of My Joy
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9. Tis So Sweet/ In the Name of Jesus
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10. This Day
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Album Notes
This recording is a commemoration of the music of the Grace Notes, an ensemble of church musicians, whose blend of spirituals, hymns, church songs, and jazz style entertained and ministered to audiences for more than ten years. This recording features the remix of five arrangements recorded when the group began performing in the twentieth century and five arrangements ten years later in the new millennium. The arrangements by A. Bruce Frazier, and Austin “Michelle” Mitchell both individually and collaboratively, created a satisfactory blend of the operatically trained voice of Patsy Chester; classically trained musicians Randolph Malachi and A. Bruce Frazier; the musical and creative nature of percussionist Vincent Rutland, and the unique styling of pianist, Austin Mitchell. Mutual appreciation, love of music, and a deep love for God unified the Grace Notes and made their performances energetic, soothing, spiritual, and inspirational. The Grace Notes, all engaged in other ministries, come together every …Now and Then, ...to do what they have done time and time again…


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