Local Customs Downriver Revival

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  • 1. Shirley Ann Lee – There's A Light
  • 2. Gospel Supremes – Sinner Man
  • 3. Coleman Family – Peace On Earth
  • 4. Calvin Cooke – Walk With Me
  • 5. Shirley Ann Lee – I Shall Not Be Moved
  • 6. Revelations – Take Care Of us
  • 7. Bobby Cook & The Explosions – Untitled Jam
  • 8. Organics – Foot Stomping (Alternate)
  • 9. Combinations – While You Were Gone
  • 10. Apostles Of Music – Wade In The Water
  • 11. Deliverance Echoes – Heaven
  • 12. Bobby Cook & The Explosions – On The Way
  • 13. Shirley Ann Lee – How Can I Lose You
  • 14. Young Generation – Running Mod
  • 15. Burgess Band – Untitled
  • 16. Bobby Cook Quater – Ridin' High
  • 17. Mighty Voices Of wonder – Every Year Carries A Number
  • 18. Shirley Ann Lee – Please Accept My Prayer
  • 19. Calvin Cooke – What Happens To People
  • 20. Coleman Family – People Has It Hard
  • 21. Junior Mays Group – Round N' Round
  • 22. Pilgrim Wonders – He Never Failed
  • 23. Mighty Walker Brothers – He'll Make A Way
  • 24. Voices Of Deliverance – The Power Of God

Between 1967 and 1981, Detroit's downriver neighbour Ecorse, Michigan had it's own Moe Asch. Set up on the 18th Avenue, Felton Williams chronicled the musical lives of Ecorse's citizens and issued them on the Solid Rock, Compose and Revival labels. Compiled here are 24 of Williams' most fascinating recordings, covering gospel, group soul, garage-punk, northern, jazz and funk.

Also included is a DVD archive of the nearly 200 sound recordings pulled from williams' vaults, plus a 30-minute video documentery on the making of Downriver Revival