“Praise The Lord” by Wanda Jackson - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1972Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

Wanda converted to Christianity in 1971, marking the transition with a gospel number “People Gotta Be Loving”, the only single to be featured on this LP, best generally described as a Country Gospel affair. Rebel passmarks for the ambitious drumming and trumpeting opener “The King Is Coming” and “Oh Happy Day” has the feel-good factor in its favour.

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A1 [03:25] 6.0.png Wanda Jackson - The King Is Coming (William Gaither) Crooner / Cabaret
A2 [02:15] 3.2.png Wanda Jackson - My Testimony (Wanda Jackson) Country
A3 [03:08] 2.5.png Wanda Jackson - Didn’t He Shine (Bob McDill, Allen Reynolds) Soul Ballad
A4 [02:33] 2.2.png Wanda Jackson - He Gives Us All His Love (Randy Newman) Pop
A5 [01:57] 4.0.png Wanda Jackson and The Oak Ridge Boys - People Gotta Be Loving (Yvonne DeVaney) Soul
B1 [03:09] 4.2.png Wanda Jackson - How Great Thou Art (Stuart K. Hine) Country
B2 [02:31] 3.3.png Wanda Jackson - Am I Not My Brother’s Keeper (Larry Henley, Kenny O’Dell) Pop Ballad
B3 [04:03] 5.5.png Wanda Jackson - Oh Happy Day (Edward F. Rimbault, Johann Freylinghausen, Philip Doddridge) Soul
B4 [02:39] 3.0.png Wanda Jackson - He’s The Man (Wendell Goodman) Country
B5 [03:03] 4.7.png Wanda Jackson and The Oak Ridge Boys - Glory Hallelujah (Battle Hymn Of The Republic) (Julia Ward Howe, William Steffe) Soul Ballad

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