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The Project "Amazing Grace"

I pre-ordered this because I simply love the Rance Allen Group.. but I am wondering after listening to the samples... is this a project taken off the shelf from back in the day and released for right now... just wondering.

Amazing, it is!!!!

"Rance", you've done It, again!! Thank you for the awesome songs, and fabulous music. "Kudos, Chris Byrd" we feel you!! I've been a follower for 40years and you all were before your time then, with your funky-gospel-hip-rock-style! I loved you then, and love you more, Now!! Gods speed to you all, as you continue to take-us-there!!
Awesome Project!!

God is Blessing You!

Rance Allen you move me with your powerful lyrics and music, great project!
I love your music so much..uplifting,soulful,healing.


Genre: Christian & Gospel

This Detroit-based, traditionally trained black gospel group formed in the '60s and were the first traditional gospel group to incorporate rock, jazz, and soul into their music. They were harbingers for the contemporary Christian music movement popularized in the late '70s by Andrae Crouch, Amy Grant, and the Winans. Rance Allen scored a Top 30 R&B hit in 1979 with "I Belong to You," one of two Stax singles that year to make the charts. His recordings for Gospel Truth, Capitol, and Stax proved quite...
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