CHUCK WAGON GANG 'No Depression In Heaven' - Gospel Songs of the Carter Family MH-1868-CD

CHUCK WAGON GANG 'No Depression In Heaven' - Gospel Songs of the Carter Family MH-1868-CD

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In 1936, upon moving to a major radio station, the Carter Family from Texas changed their name to the Chuck Wagon Gang to avoid confusion with the Sara-Maybelle-AP Carter Family. The Texans went on to become the most important and enduring pre-WWII white gospel singing group, remaining active to this day, 42 years after the last original member retired after - 42 years in the quartet. While they maintain the classic Chuck Wagon Gang vocal style, No Depression in Heaven finds them continuing to move in a bluegrass direction in instrumentation and arrangements.

 

- Review by Art Menius

Track Listing:

  • When Our Lord Shall Come Again
  • Am I A Soldier of the Cross
  • The Meeting in the Air
  • The Heart That Was Broken For Me
  • Honey in the Rock
  • There's No Depression in Heaven
  • The Old Gospel Ship
  • On the Rock Where Moses Stood
  • Anchored in Love Divine
  • There's A Hill Lone and Gray
  • Somebody's Boy
  • The Bible in the Cabin