Smithfield Fair | Gospelesque

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Gospelesque

by Smithfield Fair

Singer-songwriters Smithfield Fair, long known for their variety and adoption of a broad array of roots styles, visit the various musical forms under the gospel umbrella. A natural for their strong harmonies and acoustic instrumentation.
Genre: Spiritual: Southern Gospel
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1. God Never Sleeps
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2. When the Spirit Moves
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3. What a Day!
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4. River of Sin
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5. Gates of Heaven
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6. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
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7. Sinking Low
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8. Still My Soul
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9. I Can Come Home
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10. Promised Land
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11. Build Me Up
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12. Saving Grace
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13. God Bless the Weary
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14. I Am Weary
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Now in its 46th year of performances and recording, Smithfield Fair's 32nd album - Gospelesque - takes on the more spiritual patterns of hymn styles old and new, Southern gospel folk and even swamp pop to create an album that is at once a study in praise and spirituality, while including characteristics of jazz, folk, world rhythms, pop, blues, classical and Celtic. Recorded in a single on-day session, the trio's vocal harmonies are tight and the instrumentation - largely acoustic guitar and bass and accordion - explores many of the Gospel genre's stylings while creating something at once familiar and newly original.

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