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  • I Know It Was The Blood - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    Duration: 7:22 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    I Know It Was The Blood - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Church Songs DVD Release Date: Dec 13, 2005 Several years ago MALACO started what is called – 601 Music series. Essentially, MALACO would take the best recordings from a particular artist in their camp and issue a compilation CD. For fans of gospel quartet music, the acquisition of these CD’s was the best way to have in your collection some of the recordings of your favorite gospel singer, without having to purchase different recordings. MALACO has done the same thing with videos from artists in their camp. One of the video is The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. This 601 Music video was released on December 23, 2005. So this month we review The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. There are 10 clips on this video. The songs on the video are “Bless Your House,” “Church Song,” “Life Evening Sun,” “Too Close’” “Safety of Your Soul,” “God’s Been Good To Me,” “My Christian Journey,” "I Know It Was The Blood,” “No Grave Can Hold Me Down,” and “I Love You.” The video takes you from The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Live From Jackson, Mississippi, which was released in 1990, to Live in Birmingham and A Night to Remember. You will also find a clip from the video Together As One 150 Years. The project is vintage Jubes. One disappointment is that the song “Church Song” is the short version. Don’t look for any surprises from the Jubes. Clearly, MALACO decided to be safe and just take the various video clips just as they are and package it as Church Songs. You will see Bo Bo Harris, of The Fantastic Violinaries on drum on the “Bless Your House” and “I Love You” clips. Also, the Late Roger Bryant, of The Jackson Southernaires, joins the Jubes on “My Christian Journey.” If you are looking for a good video that captures the essence of The Pilgrim Jubilees, then you will want to add this video to your collection. Unfortunately, you will not find any interviews of his video. You will not find any credits at the end of the video. You will not find any written information about the performances on the video. What you will find is 52 minutes and 45 seconds of good old fashion gospel quartet music that is appealing to both the ears and eyes. Track Listing: 1. Bless Your House 2. Church Song 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. Too Close 5. Safety Of Your Soul 6. God's Been Good To Me 7. My Christian Journey 8. I Know It Was The Blood 9. No Grave Can Hold Me Down 10. I Love You DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Too Close - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    Duration: 6:04 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Too Close - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Church Songs DVD Release Date: Dec 13, 2005 Several years ago MALACO started what is called – 601 Music series. Essentially, MALACO would take the best recordings from a particular artist in their camp and issue a compilation CD. For fans of gospel quartet music, the acquisition of these CD’s was the best way to have in your collection some of the recordings of your favorite gospel singer, without having to purchase different recordings. MALACO has done the same thing with videos from artists in their camp. One of the video is The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. This 601 Music video was released on December 23, 2005. So this month we review The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. There are 10 clips on this video. The songs on the video are “Bless Your House,” “Church Song,” “Life Evening Sun,” “Too Close’” “Safety of Your Soul,” “God’s Been Good To Me,” “My Christian Journey,” "I Know It Was The Blood,” “No Grave Can Hold Me Down,” and “I Love You.” The video takes you from The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Live From Jackson, Mississippi, which was released in 1990, to Live in Birmingham and A Night to Remember. You will also find a clip from the video Together As One 150 Years. The project is vintage Jubes. One disappointment is that the song “Church Song” is the short version. Don’t look for any surprises from the Jubes. Clearly, MALACO decided to be safe and just take the various video clips just as they are and package it as Church Songs. You will see Bo Bo Harris, of The Fantastic Violinaries on drum on the “Bless Your House” and “I Love You” clips. Also, the Late Roger Bryant, of The Jackson Southernaires, joins the Jubes on “My Christian Journey.” If you are looking for a good video that captures the essence of The Pilgrim Jubilees, then you will want to add this video to your collection. Unfortunately, you will not find any interviews of his video. You will not find any credits at the end of the video. You will not find any written information about the performances on the video. What you will find is 52 minutes and 45 seconds of good old fashion gospel quartet music that is appealing to both the ears and eyes. Track Listing: 1. Bless Your House 2. Church Song 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. Too Close 5. Safety Of Your Soul 6. God's Been Good To Me 7. My Christian Journey 8. I Know It Was The Blood 9. No Grave Can Hold Me Down 10. I Love You DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • I Love You - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    Duration: 4:42 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    I Love You - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Church Songs DVD Release Date: Dec 13, 2005 Several years ago MALACO started what is called – 601 Music series. Essentially, MALACO would take the best recordings from a particular artist in their camp and issue a compilation CD. For fans of gospel quartet music, the acquisition of these CD’s was the best way to have in your collection some of the recordings of your favorite gospel singer, without having to purchase different recordings. MALACO has done the same thing with videos from artists in their camp. One of the video is The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. This 601 Music video was released on December 23, 2005. So this month we review The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. There are 10 clips on this video. The songs on the video are “Bless Your House,” “Church Song,” “Life Evening Sun,” “Too Close’” “Safety of Your Soul,” “God’s Been Good To Me,” “My Christian Journey,” "I Know It Was The Blood,” “No Grave Can Hold Me Down,” and “I Love You.” The video takes you from The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Live From Jackson, Mississippi, which was released in 1990, to Live in Birmingham and A Night to Remember. You will also find a clip from the video Together As One 150 Years. The project is vintage Jubes. One disappointment is that the song “Church Song” is the short version. Don’t look for any surprises from the Jubes. Clearly, MALACO decided to be safe and just take the various video clips just as they are and package it as Church Songs. You will see Bo Bo Harris, of The Fantastic Violinaries on drum on the “Bless Your House” and “I Love You” clips. Also, the Late Roger Bryant, of The Jackson Southernaires, joins the Jubes on “My Christian Journey.” If you are looking for a good video that captures the essence of The Pilgrim Jubilees, then you will want to add this video to your collection. Unfortunately, you will not find any interviews of his video. You will not find any credits at the end of the video. You will not find any written information about the performances on the video. What you will find is 52 minutes and 45 seconds of good old fashion gospel quartet music that is appealing to both the ears and eyes. Track Listing: 1. Bless Your House 2. Church Song 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. Too Close 5. Safety Of Your Soul 6. God's Been Good To Me 7. My Christian Journey 8. I Know It Was The Blood 9. No Grave Can Hold Me Down 10. I Love You DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Old Ship Of Zion

    Duration: 4:33 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Old Ship Of Zion

    [Peacock 3015]1964 Percy Clark, Richard Crume, Clay Graham, Cleve Graham, N. Major Roberson, Theopholis Graham, Elgie Graham

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  • Old Ship Of Zion - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Duration: 8:04 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Old Ship Of Zion - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - In Revival Release Date: February 18, 1994 Track Listing: 1. Doors Of The Church 2. Getting Better 3. Barnyard 4. Old Ship Of Zion 5. Church Song 6. I'll Fly Away 7. Put Forth The Effort 8. Let Me Come Home 9. Somebody Touched Me 10. Child's Blood 11. Burdens Away 12. Wonderful Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • The Pilgrim Jubilees - "Hand And Hand"

    Duration: 5:45 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    The Pilgrim Jubilees - "Hand And Hand"

    The Pilgrim Jubilees - "Hand And Hand" available at www.malaco.com.

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  • Church Song - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    Duration: 4:20 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Church Song - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Church Songs DVD Release Date: Dec 13, 2005 Several years ago MALACO started what is called – 601 Music series. Essentially, MALACO would take the best recordings from a particular artist in their camp and issue a compilation CD. For fans of gospel quartet music, the acquisition of these CD’s was the best way to have in your collection some of the recordings of your favorite gospel singer, without having to purchase different recordings. MALACO has done the same thing with videos from artists in their camp. One of the video is The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. This 601 Music video was released on December 23, 2005. So this month we review The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. There are 10 clips on this video. The songs on the video are “Bless Your House,” “Church Song,” “Life Evening Sun,” “Too Close’” “Safety of Your Soul,” “God’s Been Good To Me,” “My Christian Journey,” "I Know It Was The Blood,” “No Grave Can Hold Me Down,” and “I Love You.” The video takes you from The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Live From Jackson, Mississippi, which was released in 1990, to Live in Birmingham and A Night to Remember. You will also find a clip from the video Together As One 150 Years. The project is vintage Jubes. One disappointment is that the song “Church Song” is the short version. Don’t look for any surprises from the Jubes. Clearly, MALACO decided to be safe and just take the various video clips just as they are and package it as Church Songs. You will see Bo Bo Harris, of The Fantastic Violinaries on drum on the “Bless Your House” and “I Love You” clips. Also, the Late Roger Bryant, of The Jackson Southernaires, joins the Jubes on “My Christian Journey.” If you are looking for a good video that captures the essence of The Pilgrim Jubilees, then you will want to add this video to your collection. Unfortunately, you will not find any interviews of his video. You will not find any credits at the end of the video. You will not find any written information about the performances on the video. What you will find is 52 minutes and 45 seconds of good old fashion gospel quartet music that is appealing to both the ears and eyes. Track Listing: 1. Bless Your House 2. Church Song 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. Too Close 5. Safety Of Your Soul 6. God's Been Good To Me 7. My Christian Journey 8. I Know It Was The Blood 9. No Grave Can Hold Me Down 10. I Love You DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • THE PILGRIM JUBILEE SINGERS - MY SOUL - 1978 NASHBORO LP 7198

    Duration: 3:16 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    THE PILGRIM JUBILEE SINGERS - MY SOUL - 1978 NASHBORO LP 7198

    A WONDERFUL SLOW BLUES-GOSPEL - FROM THE LP SINGING IN THE STREET

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  • Burdens Away - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Duration: 5:17 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Burdens Away - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - In Revival Release Date: February 18, 1994 Track Listing: 1. Doors Of The Church 2. Getting Better 3. Barnyard 4. Old Ship Of Zion 5. Church Song 6. I'll Fly Away 7. Put Forth The Effort 8. Let Me Come Home 9. Somebody Touched Me 10. Child's Blood 11. Burdens Away 12. Wonderful Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Jesus I Love You - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, Vol. 1

    Duration: 3:59 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Jesus I Love You - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, Vol. 1

    Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, Vol. 1 Amazon MP3 Album December 1, 2009 Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. Track Listing: 1. Walk On 2. Steal Away 3. Like This 4. I See A Man 5. Come Up 6. Stretch Out 7. Waiting 8. If You Don't Mind 9. Jesus I Love You 10. Testify 11. Wicked Race DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • True Story - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    Duration: 4:49 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    True Story - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Homecoming Audio CD Release Date: May 23, 1995 Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. The Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. Track Listing: 1. We're The People 2. Time To Testify 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. True Story 5. Stretch Out 6. Let Me Come Home 7. No Time To Lose 8. I Got Jesus (That's Enough) 9. He Brought Joy To My Soul 10. Don't Let Jesus Down 11. Old Ship Zion 12. We Need Prayer 13. Too Close 14. Three Trees DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Put Forth The Effort - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Duration: 6:30 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Put Forth The Effort - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - In Revival Release Date: February 18, 1994 Track Listing: 1. Doors Of The Church 2. Getting Better 3. Barnyard 4. Old Ship Of Zion 5. Church Song 6. I'll Fly Away 7. Put Forth The Effort 8. Let Me Come Home 9. Somebody Touched Me 10. Child's Blood 11. Burdens Away 12. Wonderful Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Getting Better - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Duration: 5:22 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Getting Better - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - In Revival Release Date: February 18, 1994 Track Listing: 1. Doors Of The Church 2. Getting Better 3. Barnyard 4. Old Ship Of Zion 5. Church Song 6. I'll Fly Away 7. Put Forth The Effort 8. Let Me Come Home 9. Somebody Touched Me 10. Child's Blood 11. Burdens Away 12. Wonderful Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Put Forth An Effort - Pilgrim Jubilees,"The Year Of Jubilee"

    Duration: 7:55 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Put Forth An Effort - Pilgrim Jubilees,"The Year Of Jubilee"

    Pilgrim Jubilees - The Year Of Jubilee DVD Release Date: December 16, 2003 Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. Track Listing: 1. Hand In Hand 2. Yes Lord 3. After The Storm 4. Raining In Somebody's Life 5. Battle Songs 6. He's Living Inside Of Me 7. A Child's Blood (Part 2) 8. Put Forth An Effort 9. Just Like He Said It DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES.

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  • Too Close - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    Duration: 8:12 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Too Close - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Homecoming Audio CD Release Date: May 23, 1995 Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. The Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. Track Listing: 1. We're The People 2. Time To Testify 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. True Story 5. Stretch Out 6. Let Me Come Home 7. No Time To Lose 8. I Got Jesus (That's Enough) 9. He Brought Joy To My Soul 10. Don't Let Jesus Down 11. Old Ship Zion 12. We Need Prayer 13. Too Close 14. Three Trees DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • I Got Jesus (That's Enough) - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    Duration: 2:13 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    I Got Jesus That's Enough - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Homecoming Audio CD Release Date: May 23, 1995 Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. The Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. Track Listing: 1. We're The People 2. Time To Testify 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. True Story 5. Stretch Out 6. Let Me Come Home 7. No Time To Lose 8. I Got Jesus (That's Enough) 9. He Brought Joy To My Soul 10. Don't Let Jesus Down 11. Old Ship Zion 12. We Need Prayer 13. Too Close 14. Three Trees DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Work On Me - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    Duration: 5:32 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Work On Me - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    Various Artists - Celebrate The Heritage Of Gospel, Vol. 3 Audio CD Release Date: April 20, 2004 Track Listing: 1. It Wasn't The Nails - Mississippi Mass Choir 2. Jesus Never Fails - Georgia Mass Choir 3. I'm Just A Nobody - The Williams Brothers 4. Pressing On - Men Of Standard 5. The Lord Is My Light - Rev. James Cleveland 6. Yes, I'm A Believer - Rev. Timothy Wright 7. I Don't Wanna Be Left Behind - Carolyn Traylor 8. One Of These Old Days - Shirley Caesar & The Caravans 9. Going Back With The Lord - The Gospel Keynotes 10. In The Upper Room - Mahalia Jackson 11. In The Morning - Angelic Gospel Singers 12. Mighty Long Ways - Jackson Southernaires 13. Blessed Jesus - Rev. James Moore 14. Work On Me - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers 15. Prodigal Son - The Sensational Nightingales DISCLAIMER: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism,comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship,and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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  • God's Been Good To Me - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    Duration: 8:06 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    God's Been Good To Me - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Church Songs DVD Release Date: Dec 13, 2005 Several years ago MALACO started what is called – 601 Music series. Essentially, MALACO would take the best recordings from a particular artist in their camp and issue a compilation CD. For fans of gospel quartet music, the acquisition of these CD’s was the best way to have in your collection some of the recordings of your favorite gospel singer, without having to purchase different recordings. MALACO has done the same thing with videos from artists in their camp. One of the video is The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. This 601 Music video was released on December 23, 2005. So this month we review The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. There are 10 clips on this video. The songs on the video are “Bless Your House,” “Church Song,” “Life Evening Sun,” “Too Close’” “Safety of Your Soul,” “God’s Been Good To Me,” “My Christian Journey,” "I Know It Was The Blood,” “No Grave Can Hold Me Down,” and “I Love You.” The video takes you from The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Live From Jackson, Mississippi, which was released in 1990, to Live in Birmingham and A Night to Remember. You will also find a clip from the video Together As One 150 Years. The project is vintage Jubes. One disappointment is that the song “Church Song” is the short version. Don’t look for any surprises from the Jubes. Clearly, MALACO decided to be safe and just take the various video clips just as they are and package it as Church Songs. You will see Bo Bo Harris, of The Fantastic Violinaries on drum on the “Bless Your House” and “I Love You” clips. Also, the Late Roger Bryant, of The Jackson Southernaires, joins the Jubes on “My Christian Journey.” If you are looking for a good video that captures the essence of The Pilgrim Jubilees, then you will want to add this video to your collection. Unfortunately, you will not find any interviews of his video. You will not find any credits at the end of the video. You will not find any written information about the performances on the video. What you will find is 52 minutes and 45 seconds of good old fashion gospel quartet music that is appealing to both the ears and eyes. Track Listing: 1. Bless Your House 2. Church Song 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. Too Close 5. Safety Of Your Soul 6. God's Been Good To Me 7. My Christian Journey 8. I Know It Was The Blood 9. No Grave Can Hold Me Down 10. I Love You DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Just Like He Said It - Pilgrim Jubilees,"The Year Of Jubilee"

    Duration: 9:16 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Just Like He Said It - Pilgrim Jubilees,"The Year Of Jubilee"

    Pilgrim Jubilees - The Year Of Jubilee DVD Release Date: December 16, 2003 Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. Track Listing: 1. Hand In Hand 2. Yes Lord 3. After The Storm 4. Raining In Somebody's Life 5. Battle Songs 6. He's Living Inside Of Me 7. A Child's Blood (Part 2) 8. Put Forth An Effort 9. Just Like He Said It DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES.

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  • Life's Evening Sun - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    Duration: 3:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Life's Evening Sun - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Homecoming Audio CD Release Date: May 23, 1995 Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. The Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. Track Listing: 1. We're The People 2. Time To Testify 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. True Story 5. Stretch Out 6. Let Me Come Home 7. No Time To Lose 8. I Got Jesus (That's Enough) 9. He Brought Joy To My Soul 10. Don't Let Jesus Down 11. Old Ship Zion 12. We Need Prayer 13. Too Close 14. Three Trees DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Battle Songs - Pilgrim Jubilees,"The Year Of Jubilee"

    Duration: 6:50 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Battle Songs - Pilgrim Jubilees,"The Year Of Jubilee"

    Pilgrim Jubilees - The Year Of Jubilee DVD Release Date: December 16, 2003 Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. Track Listing: 1. Hand In Hand 2. Yes Lord 3. After The Storm 4. Raining In Somebody's Life 5. Battle Songs 6. He's Living Inside Of Me 7. A Child's Blood (Part 2) 8. Put Forth An Effort 9. Just Like He Said It DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES.

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  • Let Me Come Home - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Duration: 3:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Let Me Come Home - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - In Revival Release Date: February 18, 1994 Track Listing: 1. Doors Of The Church 2. Getting Better 3. Barnyard 4. Old Ship Of Zion 5. Church Song 6. I'll Fly Away 7. Put Forth The Effort 8. Let Me Come Home 9. Somebody Touched Me 10. Child's Blood 11. Burdens Away 12. Wonderful Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers "Like He Said" (1978)

    Duration: 4:20 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers "Like He Said" 1978

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers Like He Said "Singing In The Street" Album ©1978 Nashboro

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  • We Need Prayer - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    Duration: 4:13 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    We Need Prayer - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Homecoming Audio CD Release Date: May 23, 1995 Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. The Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. Track Listing: 1. We're The People 2. Time To Testify 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. True Story 5. Stretch Out 6. Let Me Come Home 7. No Time To Lose 8. I Got Jesus (That's Enough) 9. He Brought Joy To My Soul 10. Don't Let Jesus Down 11. Old Ship Zion 12. We Need Prayer 13. Too Close 14. Three Trees DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Doors Of The Church - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Duration: 4:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Doors Of The Church - Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "In Revival"

    Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - In Revival Release Date: February 18, 1994 Track Listing: 1. Doors Of The Church 2. Getting Better 3. Barnyard 4. Old Ship Of Zion 5. Church Song 6. I'll Fly Away 7. Put Forth The Effort 8. Let Me Come Home 9. Somebody Touched Me 10. Child's Blood 11. Burdens Away 12. Wonderful Since the early '50s, the Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have used their hard, rockin' gospel music as a powerful means of testifying their faith, love, and charitable hope that humanity will find a way to bring itself closer to the kingdom of heaven. Over its long history, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes. The first incarnation originated in the 1940s on the Mississippi Delta by Elgie and Theopholis Graham, but the most famous version of the Pilgrim Jubilees began in Chicago, 1952, when younger Graham brothers Clay and Cleve resurrected the group. Since then, these two have remained the group's spiritual and musical core. While growing up in Mississippi, all four Graham brothers were trained to sing. It was Theopholis who left the first group to live in Chicago; the rest of his brothers followed in 1951, and all four briefly sang in the group. the Pilgrim Jubilees toured quite a bit (when not working their day jobs, which for the Graham brothers meant working in their separate barber shops), and this proved too much for the older brothers, who gradually dropped out. Shortly thereafter, Clay and Cleve invited baritone Major Roberson and lead singer Percy Clark (both from Mississippi) to join. They also took on guitarist Richard Crume and bassist Roosevelt English, and began recording; through the 1950s, they released sides and albums for assorted labels, including Peacock, Chance, and Nashboro. Soon after signing to Peacock in 1960, the band gained national exposure with their label debut, "Stretch Out." Its success allowed the Pilgrim Jubilees to finally go professional. Crume eventually left the group to join the Soul Stirrers, but the other three have remained together and carried on into the '90s. DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

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  • Safety Of Your Soul - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    Duration: 9:47 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Safety Of Your Soul - The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers, "Church Songs"

    The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers - Church Songs DVD Release Date: Dec 13, 2005 Several years ago MALACO started what is called – 601 Music series. Essentially, MALACO would take the best recordings from a particular artist in their camp and issue a compilation CD. For fans of gospel quartet music, the acquisition of these CD’s was the best way to have in your collection some of the recordings of your favorite gospel singer, without having to purchase different recordings. MALACO has done the same thing with videos from artists in their camp. One of the video is The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. This 601 Music video was released on December 23, 2005. So this month we review The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Church Songs. There are 10 clips on this video. The songs on the video are “Bless Your House,” “Church Song,” “Life Evening Sun,” “Too Close’” “Safety of Your Soul,” “God’s Been Good To Me,” “My Christian Journey,” "I Know It Was The Blood,” “No Grave Can Hold Me Down,” and “I Love You.” The video takes you from The Pilgrim Jubilees’ Live From Jackson, Mississippi, which was released in 1990, to Live in Birmingham and A Night to Remember. You will also find a clip from the video Together As One 150 Years. The project is vintage Jubes. One disappointment is that the song “Church Song” is the short version. Don’t look for any surprises from the Jubes. Clearly, MALACO decided to be safe and just take the various video clips just as they are and package it as Church Songs. You will see Bo Bo Harris, of The Fantastic Violinaries on drum on the “Bless Your House” and “I Love You” clips. Also, the Late Roger Bryant, of The Jackson Southernaires, joins the Jubes on “My Christian Journey.” If you are looking for a good video that captures the essence of The Pilgrim Jubilees, then you will want to add this video to your collection. Unfortunately, you will not find any interviews of his video. You will not find any credits at the end of the video. You will not find any written information about the performances on the video. What you will find is 52 minutes and 45 seconds of good old fashion gospel quartet music that is appealing to both the ears and eyes. Track Listing: 1. Bless Your House 2. Church Song 3. Life's Evening Sun 4. Too Close 5. Safety Of Your Soul 6. God's Been Good To Me 7. My Christian Journey 8. I Know It Was The Blood 9. No Grave Can Hold Me Down 10. I Love You DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

    Safety+Of+Your+Soul+-+Th e+Pilgrim+Jubilee+Singer s,+"Church+Songs"

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