The Gospel Truth

The Gospel Truth

by Otis Clay

CD

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/11/1993
Label: Blind Pig
UPC: 0019148500525
catalogNumber: 5005
Rank: 35615

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Otis Clay   Primary Artist,Vocals,Background Vocals
Barbara Acklin   Background Vocals
Dedrick Blanchard   Organ,Piano
Odell Carter   Background Vocals
Melvin Crisp   Drums
A.J. Durr   Background Vocals
Richard Gibb   Bass
Anthony Grady   Bass
Frank Harris   Background Vocals
Sylvester Hudson   Background Vocals
Criss Johnson   Bass,Guitar,Drums
Edward Junior   Drums
Eddie Lusk   Organ
Sonny Mitchell   Guitar
Fred Pettis   Background Vocals
Perry Randall   Drums
Theodis Rogers   Piano
Greg Rzab   Bass
Benny Turner   Bass,Guitar,Background Vocals
Wells Wallace   Background Vocals
Dianne Womack   Background Vocals
Frank Wynn   Organ
Isaac Young   Vocals
Terry "A la Berry" Hall   Drums

Technical Credits

Otis Clay   Producer,Liner Notes
Monk Higgins   Producer
Criss Johnson   Programming,Producer,drum programming
Charles Love   Executive Producer
John Baskin   Executive Producer

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The Gospel Truth 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent disk for those who like gospel with a southern flavor. I believe Otis Clay has one of the best voices in the business. He is backed by awesome musicians here as he sings some soulful songs to the Saviour in the traditional '50s & '60s style. The recording dates vary, as do the musicians so the quality is a little uneven though always professional. It's for the singing I keep coming back to this - sanctified and passionate. This material was also issued on the Rounder label with live bonus tracks, the superior, On My Way Home. Unfortunately it appears to be out of print.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Always good. Don't see enough of him in Mississippi.