Let The Music Get Down In Your Soul

The Rance Allen Group

Let The Music Get Down In Your Soul
  • CAT # SCD-88031-25

    1. Let This Music Get Down In Your Soul 4:02
    2. If I Could Make The World Better 2:30
    3. Care 5:50
    4. You Need A Friend Like Mine 2:54
    5. Happy Needs Help 3:50
    6. See What You Done Done 6:25
    7. Everybody's Talkin' 3:54
    8. Time For Playing 2:44
    9. I Don't Know What I'd Do 6:24
    10. We're The Salt Of The Earth 4:03
    11. What Is This? 3:49
    12. He Will See You Through 6:14
    13. It's Your Thing 3:02
    14. Lonely Girl 9:00

Rance Allen has been one of the most innovative and influential of all contemporary gospel artists. The 14 spine-chilling selections in this collection, eight of them previously unissued, feature Rance and his brothers Tom and Steve either alone or in the company of such world-class studio musicians as Donald "Duck" Dunn and Al Jackson, Jr. From the joyous, four-on-the-floor dance grooves of the title track to the suspense-filled storyline of the emotion-shattering "Lonely Girl," they rank among the group's most inspired performances. Filled with messages of love, hope, and encouragement, they're as relevant and uplifting today as when they were recorded two and a half decades ago.

Let the Music Get Down in Your Soul, If I Could Make the World Better, Care, You Need a Friend Like Mine, Happy Needs Help, See What You Done Done (Hymn #9), Everybody's Talkin', Time for Playing, I Don't Know What I'd Do, We're the Salt of the Earth, What Is This?, He Will See You Through, The Jesus Thing, Lonely Girl

with Ronnie Williams, Lester Snell, Bobby Manuel, Ray Griffin, Willie Hall, Terry Johnson, Phillip Wilson, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Al Jackson, Jr.

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