A City Called Heaven

Chicago and the Birth of Gospel Music

The music that helped free a people and lift a nation Les mer
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The music that helped free a people and lift a nation

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CoverTitle PageCopyrightContentsAcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart One: Roots1. Got On My Traveling Shoes: Black Sacred Music and the Great Migration2. "When the Fire Fell": The Sanctified Church Contribution to Chicago Gospel Music3. Sacred Music in Transition: Charles Henry Pace and the Pace Jubilee Singers4. Turn Your Radio On: Chicago Sacred Radio Broadcast Pioneers5. "Someday, Somewhere": The Formation of the Gospel Nexus6. Sweeping through the City: Thomas A. Dorsey and the Gospel Nexus (1932-1933)7. Across This Land and Country: New Songs for a New Era (1933-1939)8. From Birmingham to Chicago: The Great Migration of the Gospel QuartetPart Two: Branches9. Sing a Gospel Song: The 1940s, Part One10. "If It's in Music-We Have It": The Fertile Crescent of Gospel Music Publishing11. "Move On Up a Little Higher": The 1940s, Part Two12. Postwar Gospel Quartets: "Rock Stars of Religious Music"13. The Gospel Caravan: Midcentury Melodies14. "He Could Just Put a Song on His Fingers": Second-Generation Gospel Choirs15. "God's Got a Television": Gospel Music Comes to the Living Room16. "Tell It Like It Is": Songs of Social Significance17. One of These Mornings: Chicago Gospel at the CrossroadsAppendix A: 1920s African American Sacred Music Recordings Made in ChicagoAppendix B. African American Sacred Music Recordings Made in Chicago, 1930-1941NotesBibliographyIndex

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Robert M. Marovich hosts "Gospel Memories" on Chicago's WLUW 88.7 FM and is founder and editor-in-chief of The Journal of Gospel Music, www.journalofgospelmusic.com.