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The Harold Smith Majestics - I Just Want To Testify mp3 track

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Performer: The Harold Smith Majestics
Title: I Just Want To Testify
Released: 1974
Style: Gospel
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.9 ✦
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A1 I Just Want To Testify
Written-By – Harold Smith
A2 He Changed My Way
Solo Vocal – Horace Lindsey, Jr.*Written-By – Horace Lindsey, Jr.*
A3 I Found The Answer
Vocals – Arthur Gordon , Charles Johnson , Fred AunthiaWritten-By – Horace Lindsey, Jr.*
A4 Oh How Wonderful It Is
Solo Vocal – Fred AunthiaWritten-By – Harold Smith
A5 Amazing Grace
Solo Vocal – William Grey
B1 I Still Have A Song To Sing
Solo Vocal – Horace Lindsey, Jr.*Written-By – Horace Lindsey, Jr.*
B2 Power In The Blood
B3 Bringing In The Sheaves
Solo Vocal – Harold Freeman , Sadie Martin
B4 Has The Lord Been Good To You
Solo Vocal – Harold Freeman Written-By – Sidney C. Holmes
B5 Close To Thee
Solo Vocal – Mona Rogers

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Savoy Record Co., Inc.
  • Record Company – Savoy Record Co., Inc.

Credits

  • Directed By – Harold Smith
  • Producer – John Daniels

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etched): Pc MGS-14358A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etched): Pc MGS-14358A

The Harold Smith Majestics choir was founded in 1963 by Harold Eugene Smith (1934 - 1993) born in Detroit, a nationally known eminent director and composer. They were a gospel choir of fifty voices, some of the finest singers in the Detroit area, Charles Nicks was the organist, and George Jordan and Gordon Strong were the pianist. They began a recording career in mid 60's, their first release was "More Love To Thee," followed by "Just A Little Talk With Jesus" on the SIMCO (VeeJay) label. After the demise of their previous recording company, they began recording for Checker records in 1966. Their recording of James Cleveland's "Lord Help Me To Hold Out" in 1973 is largely responsible for the song becoming a gospel "standard. This rendering of "Climbing Jacob's Ladder" is from the 1966 album titled "Just As I Am," by The Harold Smith Majestics.

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Harold Smith was an agoraphobic man whom Laura Palmer gave her secret diary to for safe-keeping. Laura Palmer came to Harold's home in mid-February 1989, with pages torn out of her diary. She told him that BOB was responsible, though Harold said he was not real. She told him about her history of BOB coming for her and said "fire walk with me" before bursting into tears.

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