Item description for Souls' Chapel by Marty Stuart And His Fabulous Superlatives...
* Somebody Saved Me
* Lord, Give Me Just A Little More Time
* Way Down
* Come Into The House Of The Lord
* Gospel Story Of Noah's Ark, The
* I Can't Even Walk (Without You Holding My Hand)
* It's Time To Go Home
* Unseen Hand, The
* There's A Rainbow (At The End Of Every Storm)
* Slow Train
* Move Along Train - (with Mavis Staples)
* Souls' Chapel
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Studio: Universal South
Record Label Universal South
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.6" Width: 4.9" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 2005
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
ISBN 0012322849 ISBN13 0602498806821 UPC 602498806821
Availability 0 units.
More About Marty Stuart And His Fabulous Superlatives
"One of the most popular country artists of the '90s," says L.A. Life, Marty Stuart has "fused honky tonk with rockabilly and bluegrass, gaining a large following as a result." When he was only thirteen, Stuart joined the band of bluegrass legend Lester Flatt and toured for seven years until Flatt's death. Stuart then toured with Johnny Cash for six years. He has recorded four gold albums with MCA Records since 1989 and won three Grammys. For two years he hosted the popular Marty Party series of specials on TNN. He has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1992 and is currently president of the Country Music Foundation.
Reviews - What do customers think about Souls' Chapel?
Souls' Chapel Jan 3, 2007
A great God centered collection by the shining stars of country music. This is the first religious CD I have ever purchased and I'm very pleased.
If this isn't a revival then you're too far gone! Jan 10, 2006
This is easily one of the best albums of 2005 and, in my opinion, the greatest of Marty's Career. Even if you're not a fan of gospel music there is enough tone, taste, harmony, and all around superb musicianship here to keep this in heavy rotation. If you get a chance go see Marty and the Fabulous Superlatives live as they will rock and revive you both all in spectacular Superlatone! Thank God for Marty!
excellent as always Dec 10, 2005
marty stuart is just brillant, this cd is very moveing. "the unseen hand" is chilling
thank you marty!
In the top 5 of cd of 2005 Nov 13, 2005
It's got it all cool tele's and Gretsch guitars,amazing harmonies, Great production and very very good songs and if you listen to the words the key to Eternal life JESUS!!!!!
Church-house rock and roll Nov 7, 2005
Marty Stuart's new album -- the first on his own label -- is an audacious blend of gospel songs, earthy grooves, and gorgeous vocal harmony the four-time Grammy winner calls "church-house rock and roll." Featuring twin twangy guitars (played by Stuart and the vibey Kenny Vaughan) panned wide in the mix over a rhythm section of bare-bones bass, clickity-clack drums, and subliminal organ, Souls' Chapel has a rollicking, funky feel. That's not surprising: The songs were recorded live at Stuart's house with no baffles, endless overdubs, or neurotic Pro Tools tweaking. Soaked in amp tremolo and spring reverb, the intertwining guitars form the pillars of each song. The instrumental "Souls' Chapel" -- with its throbbing, palm-muted arpeggios, Memphis sliding sixths, burly low-string riffs, double-stop bends, and Curtis Mayfield-inspired hammers -- is a standout. Despite the album's religious lyrics, you needn't be a believer to grasp the 6-string magic oozing from every cut.