Reverend C. Coleman* ‎– Rock Gospel Time / The Rock Ministry

Label:
Brunswick ‎– BL 754173
Format:
Vinyl, LP
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Tracklist

A1 Rockgospeltime Part I & II
A2 Rockgospel Message
A3 Share It
B1 The Gift Of God
B2 The Shepherd Song
B3 The Dope Song

Sociétés, etc.

Crédits

Notes

Duration Side A - 15:55
Duration Side B - 14:15

Note that the track titles on the record sleeve and the record labels slightly differ. The record label titles appear to be the correct ones.

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Adam_A

Adam_A

2 août 2020

The funky parts are standard good funk. But the thrust of the album is that it's King Coleman is rapping about drugs and social ills which can only be cured through god. Most of the album is him giving an in-studio sermon about the fall of American society unless we all get back to Jesus. It's an entertaining curios album from a funk/soulster of the 60s who wanted to also give something to the religious community.
Groovafunkier

Groovafunkier

16 juin 2014
Hello,
Does anybody know if someone has the 45' 'Reverend C. Coleman - Share it BL 7-196'`?
Thanks for your help!
Chris
SpankieHazard

SpankieHazard

14 novembre 2009
edité over 11 years ago

I don't think this was released in 1970. On Side B, the artist says, "Saturday, July 31st, 1971. I was watching the two astronauts walking and doing their thing on the moon." I think it's fair to presume that the record was therefore not released in 1970.

The record does have "Copyright Brunswick Record Corporation 1970" written at the bottom of the back cover, but I think that is just a cover-all copyright, rather than one that applies only to one specific recording.