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  1. Alliance Brothers & Sisters - Dylan's Gospel Release Date/01/;Notes:Limited vinyl LP pressing in expanded gatefold tip-on jacket. Digitally remastered edition of this album by the Brothers and Sisters, a choir of Los Angeles session singers brought gloriously to the fore for a .
  2. Buy Dylan s Gospel (remastered) at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Dylan's Gospel (remastered) % Secure Shopping. Studio equipment. Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices. Back Catalogue. Back .
  3. Sep 07,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the g Vinyl release of Dylan's Gospel on Discogs. Label: Light In The Attic - LITA • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue, Remastered g • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Gospel/5(42).
  4. *With liner notes interviewing Lou Adler, Merry Clayton and Edna Wright with archive photos Remastered from the original stereo 1/4" tapes Expanded gatefold tip-on jacket* "Of all the great back catalogues in the history of rock, Bob Dylan’s is among the most covered, his acolytes ranging from The Byrds to Adele via Manfred Mann and Guns N’ Roses. But something tells us you won’t have.
  5. Mar 01,  · Light In The Attic Docs Presents - The Brothers and Sisters: "Dylan's Gospel" - Duration: Light In The Attic Records 5, views.
  6. The LP is entitled Dylan Gospel, was conceived and produced by Lou Adler and will be released on Adler’s Ode label. Adler is calling the chorus-choir The Brothers and Sisters of Los Angeles.
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  8. Sometimes exploitative impulses yield good art. Despite the way it’s presented, Dylan’s Gospel, the sole album by the Brothers and Sisters (aka the Brothers & Sisters of Los Angeles, aka the Los Angeles Gospel Choir — it’s been reissued a few times), did not arise from a group of L.A. area gospel singers deciding what they really wanted to do was record some Bob Dylan songs.

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