Rev. J.M. Gates - Death's Black Train is Coming mp3 album
- Performer: Rev. J.M. Gates
- Title: Death's Black Train is Coming
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From 1914 to his death, Gates was the pastor of Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Rock Dale Park, Atlanta, Georgia. A modified version of his song "Death's Black Train Is Coming" was performed by the band Gob Iron on their debut album, Death Songs for the Living.
03 - Death's Black Train Is Coming. 22 - Goin' to Die With the Staff in My Hand. 02 - The One Thing I Know. 10 - The Dying Mother and Her Child. 21 - Death's Black Train Is Comin'. Gates - Rev. Gates Vol. 1 (1926). Rev. 08 - Oh Death, Where Is thy Sting. 04 - Must Be Born Again.
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Gates (born James M. Gates July 14, 1884 – August 18, 1945) was an American preacher who recorded sermons and gospel songs extensively between the mid-1920s and 1940s. Recording over 200 sides in his career, Gates was one of the most prolific preachers of the pre-war era, and was largely responsible for the popularity in recorded sermons.
Death's Black Train Is Comin'. Jesus On The Mainline. Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus. Red Cross the Disciple of Christ Today. Gates (July 14, 1884 – August 18, 1945) was an American Christian preacher and Gospel music singer. From 1914 to his death, Gates was the pastor of Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Rock Dale Park, Atlanta, Georgia. View full artist profile.
Death's Black Train Is Coming (6926). 15. The Funeral Train A-Coming (6927).
Gates began recording with Columbia records in April of 1926. During this year Rev. Gates recorded 85 sides. Gates recorded 48 sides in New York. He recorded for Gennett, Banner, Paramount, Pathe, Okeh, Vocalion, Victor and others. His first big hit which sold approximately 35, 000 copies by the end of 1926 was "Death's Black Tra Rev. Gates began recording with Columbia records in April of 1926.