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Coley is a legendary vocalist and a world-class psalmist who has raised the standard of solo male performances in gospel music — a perfect addition to Verity's New Gospel Legends Series. Many of the tracks here are from Live in Oakland: Home Again, and thus offer the irresistible combination of the raw power of Coley's voice and a more spontaneous sense of arrangement. The first two tracks, "I Will Bless Your Name" and "Don't Give Up on Jesus," epitomize the two basic vibes here, the jumpy and toe-tappin' and the intense guttural ballad anthem. Coley gives powerful, guttural interpretations of both original material and classic hymns, the latter most notably in the a cappella "Medley of Praise" (from Verity Records: Live at the Apollo) and the album-closing Christmas medley. In this context, the holiday songs take on a much richer spiritual meaning — even if his solo sections slow down the spunky joy of the other part of the songs.


Born: 1955 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Born in San Francisco, Coley grew up on jazz music and learned to play clarinet and piano. He played keyboards for The Hawkins Family from 1977 until he left to collaborate with James Cleveland in 1983. Later he worked with jazz...
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