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Marion Williams was and
is a great American artist.
From hymns to ballads, from gospel shout to gospel blues,
a cappella, or with piano, organ, guitar and drums,
her technical and emotional resources are boundless. Every song she sings
is an art song.

      — Margo Jefferson

Packin’ Up:
The Best of Marion Williams
  22 previously unissued recordings, dating from
1946 to 1957, Mahalia’s
golden age. Includes her
finest Newport Jazz Festival concert, her reunion with Thomas A. Dorsey, and house-wrecking performances in the churches of Chicago and New York.

Moving On Up
A Little Higher

How Sweet It Was

Remember Me    
    Marion Williams

When Gospel Was Gospel

Precious Lord:
The Gospel Songs of
Thomas A. Dorsey

The Gospel Soul of
Marion Williams

The Great Gospel Women

My Soul Looks Back
Marion Williams

The Great Gospel Women,
Volume Two

Kings of the Gospel Highway

Born to Sing the Gospel
Marion Williams

The Great Gospel Men

The Two Sides of
Inez Andrews

Through Many Dangers
Marion Williams

Yesterday and Today
Reverend Claude Jeter

All God’s
Sons and Daughters

50 Great Moments
in Opera

The Giants of Jazz
50 Masterpieces

The Gospel Sound
of Spirit Feel

Can’t Keep It To Myself
Marion Williams

The Soul of Chicago

Gospel Warriors

Stars of the
Gospel Highway

Even Me
Bessie Griffin

Mother Smith
and Her Children

Strong Again
Marion Williams

Marie Knight

All of My
Appointed Time

Say Amen,

One Religion
The Fairfield Four

Father and Sons

How I Got Over    
    Mahalia Jackson

The Father of Them All
R. H. Harris

Prayer Changes Things
Marion Williams

The Gospel Sound
Volume 2

The Gospel Sound

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