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I Will Move On Up A Little Higher - Mahalia Jackson - The Best Of Mahalia Jackson (Cassette)

8 Replies to “ I Will Move On Up A Little Higher - Mahalia Jackson - The Best Of Mahalia Jackson (Cassette) ”

  1. Vikree says:
    Mahalia Jackson (October 26, – January 27, ) was an American gospel singer. Possessing a powerful contralto voice, she was referred to as "The Queen of Gospel". Jackson became one of the most influential gospel singers in the world and was heralded .
  2. Febei says:
    Lyrics to I Will Move on Up a Little Higher by Mahalia Jackson from the The Best of Mahalia Jackson [] album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  3. Monos says:
    Mahalia Jackson I Will Move on Up a Little Higher. Add to Song Favorites ♥ The Best of Mahalia Jackson [] Legacy / Columbia: Mahalia Jackson. For Collectors Only. Collectables: Various Artists.
  4. Arashizilkree says:
    Jul 15,  · 20th century recording artist Mahalia Jackson, known as the Queen of Gospel, is revered as one of the greatest musical figures in U.S. history.
  5. Nabei says:
    Track 1 recorded New York, March 11th, CS Track 2 recorded Rhode Island, July 7th, , Newport Jazz Festival. Live recordng. CS
  6. Douzil says:
    We gonna live on, up in Glory after while I'm goin out sight-seeing in Buelah March all around God's alter Gonna walk and never get tired Gonna fly, Lord, and never faulter I'm gonna move up a little higher Gonna meet ol' man Daniel I'm gonna move up a little higher Gonna meet the Hebrew Children I'm gonna move up a little higher Gonna meet.
  7. Fenrigami says:
    General critical consensus holds Mahalia Jackson as the greatest gospel singer ever to live; a major crossover success whose popularity extended across racial divides, she was gospel's first superstar, and even decades after her death remains, for many listeners, a defining symbol of .
  8. Samukasa says:
    General critical consensus holds Mahalia Jackson as the greatest gospel singer ever to live; a major crossover success whose popularity extended across racial divides, she was gospel's first superstar, and even decades after her death remains, for many listeners, a defining symbol of the music's transcendent power. With her singularly expressive contralto, Jackson continues to inspire the.

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