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Peace Be Still (Live)

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Album Review

A set of original Cleveland tunes and traditional hymns done in the choir format he pioneered with The Angelic Choir of New Jersey. This live recording, done with crude technology, is helped somewhat by the high-fidelity pressing. It includes "I Had a Talk with God" and "I'll Wear a Crown." Cleveland's gruff vocals appear on most cuts.

Customer Reviews


i remember this as one of my grandmothers favorite albums,from 40yrs.ago.this is an EXCELLENT track in it i can hear the orgins of house music and r&b.

no disrespect

iTunes wasn't trying to be disrespectful, although I could see why you would think so. I think they are just warning buyers that the recording quality is poor, which is a fair warning that many people appreciate. It's not meant to be a comment on the music itself, nor the importance of Rev. Cleveland. Further, on their biography page for Cleveland, they call his "gruff" vocals "trademark." It's meant as a compliment: Rev. Cleveland was one-of-a-kind and even iTunes knows that! No one can deny!

The Maes`tro of Gospel

I remember owning this Lp when I was a kid. My initiation to James Cleveland and probably to Gospel music in general. Ladies & Gentlemen - The Right Reverend James Cleveland!


Born: December 5, 1932 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

The visionary behind the contemporary gospel sound, the Rev. James Cleveland, was a pioneering composer and choral director whose progressive arrangements -- jazzy and soulful, complete with odd time signatures -- helped push the music past the confines of the traditional Baptist hymnal into new and unexpected directions, infusing elements of the sanctified church style and secular pop to alter the face of gospel forever. Born in Chicago on December 5, 1932, Cleveland was a boy soprano at Pilgrim...
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