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|Singing the Old Time Way, Vol. 1 CDs (2005) Top Seller
Sylvester Robinson songs Recording information: Temple Of Deliverance Church Of God In Christ, Memphis,.
Personnel: Bernice Inge, Mattie Roby, Patricia Crutcher, Sandra Owens, Phillis Grissom, Andre Hayes, Gerald Harris (vocals); Walter Dunlap, Alvin Spight, Walter Dunlap, Alvin Speight (guitar); Derrick Jackson (organ); Barbara Jackson, Mance Aytchan, Mance Aytchan (keyboards); Sylvester Robinson, Sylvester Robinson (bass guitar); Martez Taylor, Jackie Weems, Jackie Weems (drums).
||Gotta Feelin' CD (1996) |
Sylvester Robinson music CDs O'Landa Draper & The Associates includes: O'Landa Draper, Sherilena Banks (vocals, tambourine); Shirley Veesley, Ernest Cobb, Sheryl Williams-Norfleet, Angela Bethany, Sherri Livingston, Sheila Lee, Robert Day, Michael Hawkins, Betty Ann Hardrick, Ivyia Echols (vocals); Steve Bethany (guitar); Mike Edney (clarinet, piano, organ, synthesizer); Donald Hayes (saxophone); DeRell Harris (piano, organ, synthesizer); Laythan Armor (synthesizer); Sylvester Robinson (bass); David Mason (drums); Stanley Brewer, Louie Appel (percussion).
GOTTA FEELIN' was nominated for a 1997 Grammy Award for Best Gospel Album By A Choir Or Chorus.
O'Landa Draper & The Associates: O'Landa Draper, Sherilena Banks (vocals, tambourine); ...
||Live...A Celebration Of Praise CD (1994) |
Sylvester Robinson CD discography O'Landa Draper & The Associates Choir: O'Landa Draper, Andre' Hayes, Sylvia Carter, Rodney Bachus, Bennette Paige, Brenda Echols, Cheryl Williams, Michael Hawkins, Quandra Rainey, Angela Bethany, Robert Day, Ivyia Turner, Sherry Livingston (vocals).
Recorded live at Bountiful Blessings Temple Of Deliverance, Memphis, Tennessee.
LIVE...A CELEBRATION OF PRAISE was nominated for Best Gospel Album By A Choir Or Chorus in the 37th Annual Grammy Awards.
Personnel: O'Landa Draper (vocals); Quandra Raimey, Andre Hayes, Rodney Bachus, Cheryl Williams, Angela Bethany, Sylvia Carter, ...
||Reflections CD (1998)
Sylvester Robinson albums REFLECTIONS won the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Gospel Choir Or Chorus Album.
In the spoken intro to this live album, Draper is referred to as "the MC Hammer of gospel." Whatever that may mean, Draper has a powerful, slightly raspy, boisterous voice that leaps out of the speakers at you, proudly giving testimony for The Man Upstairs. The music--tight, smoothly played and assured (with a nice sense of dynamics)--reflects recent African-American R&B, but the subject matter is ...