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Leonard’s Christmas Gospel Playlist - 2008

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

 

1. No Room at the Hotel (The Chosen Gospel Singers)
Album: The Lifeboat

2. Christ Is Born (Marion Williams and Alex Bradford)
Album: Black Nativity, Gospel on Broadway!

3. Go Tell It on the Mountain (Mahalia Jackson)
Album: Legend: The Best of Mahalia Jackson

4. Silent Night, Holy Night (Mahalia Jackson)
Album: Silent Night: Gospel Christmas with Mahalia Jackson

5. Have You Got Room? (Edna Gallmon Cooke)
***Very old recording/Skips a little***
Album: Mme Edna Gallmon Cooke & Doris Akers

6. No Room at the Hotel (Jessie Mae Renfro)
Album: The Gospel Sound of Spirit Feel

7. No Room at the Inn (Mahalia Jackson)
Album: Mahalia Sings Songs of Christmas

8. God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman (Marion Williams)
Album: Through Many Dangers

9. Poor Little Jesus Boy (Mattie Williams)
Album: Black Nativity, Gospel on Broadway!

10. The Holy Babe (Mahalia Jackson)
Album: Mahalia Sings Songs of Christmas)

11. Angels from the Realms of Glory (Edna Gallmon Cooke)
Album: Mme Edna Gallmon Cooke & Doris Akers

12. Mary, Mary, What You Gonna Name that Pretty Little Boy?
(Frances Steadman and Marion Williams)
Album: Black Nativity, Gospel on Broadway!

13. What You Gonna Name Your Baby? (Shirley Caesar)
Album: Christmas with Shirley Caesar

14. When Was Jesus Born? (Marion Williams)
Album: O Holy Night

15. White Christmas (Sister Rosetta Tharpe)
Album: Complete Sister Rosetta Tharpe

16. No Room at the Inn (The Consolers)
Album: Nashboro Nativity

17. Joy to the World (Marion Williams)
Album: If We Ever Needed the Lord Before

18. O Come All Ye Faithful (Mahalia Jackson)
Album: Mahalia Sings Songs of Christmas

19. Go Tell It on the Mountain (Mom & Pop Winans)
Album: A Gospel Family Christmas

20. No Room at the Inn (Marion Williams)
4 Album: O Holy Night

 

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