This page lists various websites that could be of interest to you. Content varies from information about black gospel music to related and/or more general topics.

  • 50 Miles Of Elbow Room – Blues, gospel and more, made available by Adam Lore. Among his offerings are two LP’s by Rev. Charlie Jackson with previously unreleased live material.
  • Bap-Tizum – A wealth of label scans and gospel tracks to listen to (with download options).
  • Blues & Rhythm – The website of a UK magazine on blues, rhythm & blues, doo-wop and, of course, black gospel.
  • Both Sides Now – Album discographies (much more than gospel alone).
  • CaseQuarter – Kevin Nutt’s (see Sinner’s Crossroads) gospel label, releasing old and new stuff, including a Rev. Utah Smith book and CD.
  • Dove Song – An MP3 library with many black gospel songs to download.
  • Eyeball Productions – Eyeball Production released the “Gospel Discography” by Robert Laughton and Cedric J. Hayes. Now in two parts and containing a wealth of details on almost every gospel artist you can think of (in the period 1943-2000).
  • Gospel Boogie – A blog, sub-titled: An exploration of uptempo gospel music : 1945-1965. Both black and white gospel are being covered.
  • Gospel Friend – Gospel CD reissue label from Sweden, over ten interesting artist and label compilations produced by Per Notini.
  • Gospel Memories Website – All kinds of gospel related information collected by Bob Marovich, including a link to his weekly radio gospel show.
  • Ron Greer Books – Ronald Greer published a book about the life and artistry of Roberta Martin.
  • Harvey covers website – Interesting website exploring the art of the mysterious Harvey, who made many paintings that were used for the covers of many gospel (and some non-gospel) albums, released on Savoy and its subsidiary labels.
  • Numero Group – A Chicago record label releasing many interesting soul, blues & gospel compilations, both on LP and CD.
  • The Soul Of Gospel, The Gospel Of Soul – Article on 70’s gospel with songs to listen to, compiled by Karl Tsigdinos & John Glassburner. The article is part of the “Sir Shambling’s Deep Soul Heaven” website.
  • The Walker Thomas website – Frank Thomas was a member of the Golden Trumpets and is the author of “I Thank Jesus So Much” and “Born To Die” (Nashboro 706, 1961). Check his website for information on his rich career and more.
  • Vinyl Beat – Website with label information and price guides on LP’s, including black gospel.