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Statesmen Quartet With Hovie Lister - A Gospel Concert mp3 flac

  • Singer: Statesmen Quartet
  • Album: A Gospel Concert
  • MP3: 1720 mb | FLAC: 1872 mb
  • Released: 1963
  • Style: Religious
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Statesmen Quartet With Hovie Lister - A Gospel Concert mp3 flac

The Statesmen Quartet were an American Southern Gospel group started by Hovie Lister. They began performing as a group in 1948 in Atlanta, Georgia. The group retired in 2002.

The Statesmen Quartet (also known as Hovie Lister and The Statesmen Quartet) were an American southern gospel music group founded in 1948 by Baptist Minister Hovie Lister. Along with the Blackwood Brothers, the Statesmen Quartet were considered the most successful and influential gospel quartet of the 1950s and 1960s and had a wide influence on artists during that time from the gospel, country, pop, and rock and roll genre.

The Statesmen Quartet Hovie Lister, vocals. Produced by Darol Rice. Digitally remastered. Lister was best known for his time as the front man of the Statesman Quartet, perhaps the most well known and well renowned Southern Gospel quartet in the decades of the 1950s and 60s, and one of the groups of all time. During the first years, the group underwent several member changes, which included singers like James "Big Chief" Wetherington, Denver Crumpler, Jake Hess, Doy Ott, Hovie Lister, Rosie Rozell, and Jack Toney. Along with hits spanning many decades, The Statesmen Quartet had many notable successes including being the first Gospel group to receive endorsement deals


A1 He Will Never Let Me Down 2:15
A2 I'll Be Ready To Go 1:30
A3 A Million Years From Now 2:09
A4 The Best For You 2:21
A5 I'm Going There 2:06
A6 Something Lifted Off Of Me 3:52
B1 Wasted Years 2:48
B2 Look Up 1:38
B3 There's A Sweetness Through It All 3:09
B4 Lord! I'm Coming Home To Thee 2:25
B5 At Last 3:15
B6 Is Your Name Written There? 2:28


  • Engineer – John Norman


Recorded in Long Beach, California
There was also a mono version LPM-2647