Poppa Joe and the Harmonizers | Standing By The Grace

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Standing By The Grace

by Poppa Joe and the Harmonizers

The kind of soulful music that will make you remember why you started listening to gospel music in the first place.
Genre: Spiritual: Southern Gospel
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1. Do You Love The Lord?
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3:37 album only
2. You're Not Alone
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3:47 album only
3. Come By Here
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3:45 album only
4. Gonna Let Nothing
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5:02 album only
5. Been Born Again
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3:56 album only
6. Standing By The Grace
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3:50 album only
7. Look Where He Brought Me From
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3:48 album only
8. Leaning
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4:17 album only
9. Front Line
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8:48 album only
10. He Didn't Have To Do It
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3:38 album only


Album Notes
Southern harmonies and bluesy lead vocals characterize the stylings of Poppa Joe and The Harmonizers. Produced by Derek “DOA” Allen (Smokie Norful, The Thompson Community Singers, Shirley Murdock, Virtue, Wayman Tisdale, et al), this release epitomizes what is standard and revered in the finest Gospel quartet music.

Seasoned with Southern flavor and gut-wrenching vocals with a pinch of the 21 st Century, they deliver a hardy portion of your mother's gospel.

With the first single “Come By Here” Poppa Joe and the Harmonizers repeatedly request, “Oh Lord We Need You To Come By Here.” Though simple in lyrical content the sincerity and conviction in this heartfelt song clearly shines through. The background vocals flow over guitar licks like a soothing stream of holy water as the lead grabs you with its’ firm plea for redemption. In fact, throughout the album the listener is dazzled with sweet soothing harmonies and husky church/blues inspired lead vocals that prompt you to clap your hands and stomp your feet.


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