Gospel Songs, Tunes, Tracks & Mixes
Description : After been away for a couple of days, and enjoying my vacation time. We are back again once more. With this time a track that is prety catchy and prety simple (Sometimes simplicity is key in creating the most succesfull and enjoyable tracks). It has r&b elements to it jazz and even gospel like elements. So yeah it is indeed a interesting combination. So let me know what you guys think of it. And yeah i feel generous again. So this track is available for download. Anyway enjoy ;) one love all.
Description : I like the Gospel style ... and I had fun creating this track with the feeling and which, I think, can get closer to the Gospel style ... Good listening and that this song can make you move to the Gospel
Description : This is one of my first beats I made. Its dark with a gospel twist that you can or sing to
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Description : Jazz Gospel. A little longer than I intended. But God was moving me.
Description : So I was trying to create a chill mellow track, and but stuggled with it for a while, instead I ripped most of it out and created the funk track "Stop me before I funk again". I was just going to throw this one out, but whenever I listen to it intently with headphones it puts me in a trance. I played with it a bit, and now it's not too bad. It's called Mother, because it gave birth to the other track. Thanks to all for looperman-l-1564425-0099007-rasputin1963-gospel-waltz-strings, looperman-l-2295651-0113036-mksim-dark-trap-guitar, looperman-l-0671112-0111281-danke-introspective, looperman-l-0159051-0111498-minor2go-piano-quality-sacrilege. Key Em
Description : Big Orchestra
Semi Classical/ Gospel
Only a a piece of the song
Description : A new Track, a new Beat. Gospel Boom Bap.
All started with the Organ. The simple Bass. The Drums and the effected Trumpets. Thats all! The Track is done...but...then i found a Speech. The difficult was to make the Speech sound old and vintage. Trying out different Filters. The next was to mix The Beat with the Speech so that the speech dont interrupt the Beat. In the last let The whole beat like its Gospel Music. Im always open for Feedback and constructive criticism. -thanks, Alabafruit
Description : This song started out years ago as the bridge to another song, but the bridge demanded to be expanded into its own song, and so here it is. With vocals and guitar by the great Sunny War on top of that powerful gospel piano (or slow rock ballad piano chords, as rasputin1963 calls his loop). The song is just 3 verses joined by musical interludes, no chorus or bridge. I think of this track, and the video I created for it - https://youtu.be/b6o59mjXep4
- as a peaceful moment amidst crazy times. I hope you like it.
Description : Gospel. up lifting. BMP 112
Description : Nice remix by a talented artist, glad to have had the opportunity to remix this gospel hip hop joint. Please like and comment.
Description : Gospel Jazz
Description : Uptempo gospel house singing and inspirational spoken word by Kamal emanuel
Description : Uptempo and inspirational gospel house song by Kamal
Description : 4!_(07@2nd) harmonic protocol reboot sequence
This track is an elaboration of dgalantic’s track “Starting Over 0172257.” It is almost entirely comprised of loops by other artists on looperman. The newsreel in the intro section is from public domain footage of the Vietnam War. Prince Fatty chimes later in with some words of wisdom. The track was sequenced with Mixtikl and edited in Audacity.
Loops from the following artists are included:
1. ThatJeffCarter’s guitar “feedback 197765”
2. three of Nightingale’s harmonica trills: “angels 0088377, inner light 0088361 and never and never 0088366”
3. Heavily fx’ed vocal excerpts from Eshar’s “7th Dimension 0002644”
4. Dcmack’s rhythm loops “2 bass drums 1- 0085449, 2- 0085446, and 4- 0085448.”
5. Steelyvibe’s choral wash “luno frunezo 0005719”
6. Nightingale’s guitar loop “diving deep 0043488”
7. Rasputin1963’s chorals “ soul ladies gospel riff 0088641 and reggae soul girls choir 0087693”
Tags: papico, Cinematic, Piano, feedback, choral washes, choir, harmonica, guitar, dgalantic- starting over, thatjeffcarter-feedback, dcmack- 2 bass drums 1,2 and 4, nightingale-angels, inner light, never and never, diving deep, eshar-7th dimension, steelyvibe- luno frunezo, rasputin1963-soul ladies gospel riff, reggae soul girls choir, Vietnam War newsreel
bpm: 120 key: D
Description : This Soulful House and Inspirational Gospel Dance vibration will give you an abundance of inspiration! Enjoy the smooth beat and inspirational lyrics by Kamal Imani.
Description : Smooth Jazz Gospel
Description : Gospel track sung by Patricia Edwards.I had remixed this with a verse by Lacrae. I pulled the verse but thought to upload the track anyhow. Maybe some Looper will drop a verse in it. Feel free to use on the condition to drop me a link and respect Patricia's, no commercial use clause.
Description : This is our first gospel style track but it has a bit of a kick to it. I guess you'd call it R&B Gospel. We have returning members, Franco Q.- guitars and composition, Scott Burkholder-drums, percussion, arrangement and mixing, Dan Rosati on tenor sax, Mario Glez on bass, Marc Brouwer on piano, Dean on Hammond organ, and Patricia Edwards on vocals, and Shamozee with dialogue.
Description : Jazz Gospel, 96 BMP,
Description : Jazz Gospel
Description : im not to up to date with this music, even thou when I was a child, it caught my ear, not to many bands around anymore like this one....legends, I love the song and decided to try my hand at flipping it as gospel.....but don't be to mad at me, people destroy classics every day, just change it for a milli second family, to dream on a song
Description : 'Grinnin' In Your Face' is my second track featuring the voice of Son House (1902-1988). Just as 'John The Revelator' this re-mix was inspired by watching the rockumentary 'It Might Get Loud' with Jimmy Page, The Edge and Jack White. The pivotal moment comes when Jack White plays his favorite a capella track by Son House (www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTlSka5iqPY
). This made a big impression on me. I wondered how House's incredible voice would sound when transposed to a housebeat. Thus unusual combo of two genres (blues/gospel and house) worked out fine, I think, in 'John The Revelator'. For the new track I sought a hard edge approach. Instead of the lyrical sax by STAX, I used electric guitars for solo and rythmic elements, going for the very rough sound Jack White demonstrates in the rockumentary by playing, slightly out of key, one-string slide-guitar. 'Grinnin' In Your Face' is part of a Son House Project I'm working on, paying hommage to the old blues in a new musical environment.
Description : The idea to do something with the powerful voice of Delta blues musician Son House (1902-1988) came after I watched the documentary ‘It Might Get Loud’. Jack White (The White Stripes) played a record called ‘People grinning in your face’ by Son House. An a cappella song with handclapping; ’one man against the world’. You can find this magnificent fragment of the documentary on YouTube. Please watch it. Be awed. After that I listened to a lot of a cappella by Son House and was overwhelmed by ‘John the Revelator’. Even if you are not religious (like me) or familiar with the Bible (I am), this traditional gospel blues in a call and response-style is everything the blues is about. I realised it was almost ‘sacrilegious’ to put a drumbeat under this vocal track, but it gave me goosebumps the first time I tried it. So I composed a dramatic housetrack together with STAX (Hans Clevers) on sax. I took almost a month or two to split the original voicetrack in enough pieces to re-align them with the basic beat without losing the original feel. Where possible, I eliminated the handclapping because it was mostly out of sync. After I got the basetrack right, STAX played his solo. Afterward the grand piano, choirs and strings where added plus the noise-percussion. The project and mixing took approx. five months.
‘John The Revelator’ (this is from Wikipedia) has been called ‘one of the most powerful songs in all of pre-war acoustic music ... [which] has been hugely influential to blues performers’. The song's title refers to the Apostle John as the author of the Book of Revelation. A portion of that book focuses on the opening of seven seals and the resulting apocalyptic events. In its various versions, the song quotes several passages from the Bible in the tradition of American spirituals. Son House recorded several a cappella versions of this song in the 1960s. His lyrics for a 1965 recording explicitly reference three theologically important events: the Fall Of Man, The Passion of the Christ and Resurrection. This is the version used here.
Description : I'm not an expert on gospel music, but this track reminded me of the Blues Brother's movie where Belushi was in the church. It's very energetic with lots of things going on and of course, lots of drums! Jazz fans will also like this track. Give it a listen and PRAISE THE LORD!