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Jesus Christ From A To Z
LP $15.75

01/19/2010 880226400118 

PT 4001 LP 

***“Before the REV. JOHNNY L. JONES earned the nickname "Hurricane" for whipping sermons into a frenzy, before he recorded a string of gospel LPs for Jewel Records, before his church in Atlanta's West End burned in 1973, and long before his records started showing up again in thrift stores to be discovered and bought by a younger generation. Jones started his recording career by putting out his own debut, an LP titled Working For God, financed with cash borrowed from his father. His third self-released LP, Jesus Is In Town, caught the ear of Stan Lewis at Jewel Records. The Louisiana-based record label re-released Jesus Is in Town in 1969 and continued releasing Jones' records throughout the '70s. Jones earned such a reputation for building up his sermons from slow teaching into a frenzied power that a local radio DJ started calling him "The Hurricane." Jewel released Jones' last album in 1978. In the years since, those records have gone out-of-print, eventually circulating into used bins and thrift stores where they've been picked up by younger listeners unfamiliar with Jones or his church. Since being introduced by COLE ALEXANDER of THE BLACK LIPS, Dust-to-Digital founder LANCE LEDBETTER and Jones have worked together, listening to the vast archive of recordings that Jones has never released. Together, they've culled those tapes into Jones' first LP in 31 years, Jesus Christ From A To Z. The collected recordings are striking, loose documents of that Hurricane style: soaring organs, screaming congregants and Jones leading it all in his distinctive moan.”—Wyatt Williams

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