Rev. James Cleveland
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Reverend Dr. James Cleveland (December 5, 1931 - February 9, 1991) was a gospel singer, arranger, and composer from Chicago, Illinois. He is most well-known for incorporating upbeat jazz and pop music influences into gospel. He created a formidable legacy within Christian music since his death.
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- Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus - (5:40) - 63 plays
- Lord Do It - (5:26) - 80 plays
- You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me - (9:00) - 26 plays
- Opening Remarks - 11 plays
- I Don't Feel Noways Tired (live) - (3:08) - 27 plays
- Medley: I Stood on the Banks of Jordan / Lord Do It for Me / Lord Help Me to Hold Out / Peace Be Still - (7:00) - 27 plays
- Old Time Religion - (2:24) - 18 plays
- Peace Be Still - (5:56) - 23 plays
- I'm A Soldier In The Army Of The Lord - (1:52) - 21 plays
- Aretha's Introduction - (2:15) - 10 plays