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The Dixie Hummingbirds - Move on Up a Little Higher

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Number of Discs
1
Release Date
03/19/2002
Artist
The Dixie Hummingbirds
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
Liquid 8

The unique, highly-defined harmonies that was called the "Jubilee" style of The Dixie Hummingbirds, made them pioneers of a Gospel quartet sound that became widely influential to many genres of music, including R&B, blues, Gospel, Pop and the Motown sound. Lead singer Ira Tucker, young baritone prodigy Willie Bobo, and a move to Philadelphia in the 1940s led to the growing popularity and legend of the "Birds," who continue performing, in various incarnations, to the present day, recording with Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder and earning Ebony Magazine's title of "Greatest Gospel Group," and a Grammy in 1973 for Best Soul Gospel Performance. "Move on Up" represents some of their music recorded in the 1950s with female Gospel group the Angelics. Included are 12 authentic Gospel hits, the soaring title tune, the rocking revival tune "In the Morning," "Beaming from Heaven," the inspirational "Jesus Will Answer Prayer," "I'll Be Satisfied," "Standing on the Highway," "Get Away Jordan," "Mercy Lord," the sweet "Is There Anyone in Heaven That You Know," "Cool Down Yonder" and "I Must Have Jesus." Butter-smooth harmonies, foot-stomping rhythms, inspirational words of salvation-"Move on Up" is a joy and a gift from start to finish. Some light accompaniment.

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1) Move on Up a Little Higher
2) In the Morning
3) Beaming from Heaven
4) Jesus Will Answer Prayer
5) Young Man
6) I'll Be Satisfied
7) Standing on the Highway
8) Get Away Jordan
9) Mercy Lord
10) Is There Anyone in Heaven That You Know
11) Cool Down Yonder
12) I Must Have Jesus

Album
Move on Up a Little Higher
Main Format
CD
Keyword Index
Move on Up a Little Higher | The Dixie Hummingbirds