A warrior on the battlefield [electronic resource] : a capella [sic] trail blazers, 1920s-1940s.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource.
- Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Rounder Records, p1997.
|General Note:|| Available through Alex St. Press.
Originally issued as compact disc.
Program notes by Kip Lornell and Dick Spottswood, and lyrics ( p. : ill.) from original container.
Sacred vocal male quartets in barbershop style.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Daniel in the lion's den (Norfolk Jubilee Quartette) -- I got a home in that rock (T.C.I. Women's Four) -- Jog-a- long boys (Pullman Porters Quartette) -- So glad I got the stone ; Jesus the light of the world (Bethel Quartet) -- I am a pilgrim ; Our father ; My soul is a witness for my lord ; You better let that liar alone ; Sleep on, mother ; The ship is at the landing (Silver Leaf Quartette of Norfolk) -- I'm going home on the Chickasaw train (I.C. Glee Quartette) -- Do you want to be a lover of the lord ; Daniel saw the stone (Davis Bible Singers) -- Light of the world (Dunham Jubilee Singers) -- I'm leaning on the lord (Famous Blue Jay Singers of Birmingham) -- New dry bones ; Going back with Jesus (Heavenly Gospel Singers) -- A warrior on the battlefield ; The prodigal son (Golden Eagle Gospel Singers) -- Jonah ; Found a wonderful Saviour (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) -- Blind Barnabus ; He never said a mumblin' word ; Run on (Golden Gate Quartet).
|Reproduction Note:|| Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (American song). Available via World Wide Web.
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