I’ve always embraced Black gospel music despite never having been raised in church, (hell I’m not even baptized 🤷🏽♂️). However, over the last year more and more I’ve been leaning on gospel music like this record by The Savannah Community Choir (1977) to get me through these collective days of despair. What I love most about classic gospel records was that they were all recorded live often in the church—meaning that holy spirit comes blasting through. Whether you regularly lean on Jesus or not don’t let your Sunday or any rough day go by without giving this scorching rendition of Lean on Jesus a listen.
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