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The Famous Ward Singers - At The Apollo Theatre Album
The Famous Ward Singers - At The Apollo Theatre Album
Performer: The Famous Ward Singers
Title: At The Apollo Theatre
Label: Hanover
Country: US
Released: 1960
Style: Gospel, Religious
Cat: HM8011
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2799 mb | MP3 size: 2470 mb | WMA size: 2586 mb
Genre: Funk

1The Seven Seals
2Give Me That Old Time Religion & I Heard A Voice
3He'll Never Fail You
4Give Me That Old Time Religion & What A Friend We Have In Jesus
5Give Me That Old Time Religion & Keep Me Every Day
6Jesus Hears Every Prayer
7When The Saints Go Marching In
8Ther'll Be Rest Bye & Bye
9Give Me That Old Time Religion & When I Get To Glory
10I'll Send A Comforter


Vinyl , LP, Apollo Theater is a music hall located at 253 West 125th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard Seventh Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard Eighth Avenue in Harlem, Manhattan, New York City. It is a noted venue for African-American performers, and is the home of Showtime at the Apollo, a nationally syndicated television variety show which showcased new talent, from 1987 to 2008, encompassing 1,093 episodes the show was rebooted in 2018. The definitive history of Harlem's Apollo Theater, now adapted as a. Here's some good weekend listening, or background music as you read SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO: The Epic Tale of Harlem's Legendary Theater graphic novel. 112 songs in all. It's designed to accompany and complement the excellent free Study Guide ABRAMS Books prepared in cooperation with The Apollo Theater and Deirdre Hollman of the Black Comic Collective: It's designed for students Grade 8 and up. NM Rare 1960's Gospel LP : Ward Singers At The Apollo Theatre Hanover 8011 - Take A Look. Famous Ward Singers, At The Apollo Theatre, Vinyl LP, Gospel - Take A Look. No current offers found on . Your location: Russia, RU, Europe. This is track 1 from the 1959 album At The Apollo Theatre. Clara Ward's mother, Gertrude Ward 1901-1981, founded the Ward Singers in 1931 as a : The Albums Of Joy Division and New Order - Live At Apollo Theatre Manchester 160916 - Peter Hook And The Light. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York is the most famous performance venue associated with African American entertainers. The New York Theatre that became the Apollo was built in 1913 by Jules Hurtig and Harry Seamon, two burlesque theatre operators and opened as Hurtig and Seamons New Burlesque Theater. On November 21, 1934, 17-year-old Ella Fitzgerald made her singing debut at the Apollo, winning a 25 prize. Over the years other famous performers who debuted at the Apollo included Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughn, Bill Cosby, Godfrey Cambridge, and in later years, Luther Vandross, Lauryn Hill and Mariah Carey. Apollo proudly presents a full release of the stunning debut album released by SW. SW's lush sound design and hypnotic arrangements nestles snugly alongside the classic 90s Apollo releases of Biosphere and Robert Leiner in all their balmy glory. In addition to the aforementioned sublime electronica 'The Album also takes its cues from the iconic house and techno of the mid, late 90s - SW manages to fuse these influences together to create a beguiling, modern take on classic sounds and rhythms that remains thrillingly unique and elusive. Resident Advisor bestowed a rare 4. 5 out of 5 on the record, describing it as a lesson in how to put together a dance music album'. Cohen reopened the building as the 125th Street Apollo Theatre in 1934 with his partner, Morris Sussman serving as manager. Cohen and Sussman changed the format of the shows from burlesque to variety revues and redirected their marketing attention to the growing African-American community in Harlem. By 1937 the Apollo is the largest employer of black theatrical workers in the US, according to Frank Schiffman, and the only theater in NYC hiring blacks in backstage positions. In 1935, Bessie Smiths four weeks at the Apollo are her sole live performances that year. Billie Holiday, Lena Horne & the Count Basie Orchestra make their debut. The Apollo first opened its doors in 1913 as a burlesque theatre for white audiences. But burlesque was banned by the Mayor of New York in 1932, and the modern legend of the venue as the mecca of black entertainment was first formed when it reopened in the early weeks of 1934. As the Harlem theatre marches on in its 104th year, heres an anniversary playlist featuring many of the artists whove performed at the venue, and - in the case of stars like BB King, Robert Palmer and James Brown, who made one of the most acclaimed live albums ever there - have committed those performances to record