gospelly

gospelly

(ˈɡɒspəlɪ)
adv
(Ecclesiastical Terms) obsolete in the spirit of the gospel
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And listening to it repeatedly, I've always discovered something new: whether it is funky guitar lines, gospelly organ riffs; or D'Angelo singing soul to a contemporary beat.
Nobody Knows channels the same vibe Amy Winehouse rediscovered; big ballad You is a song dressed as a drama; By Your Side boasts gospelly church piano, and Get Over is soul-spliced pop with chart potential.
They address to an electorate who might lack interest in the democratic participation in debates, but who perceive politics as a necessary development of the gospelly attitude of solidarity to the poor (23).
In addition to the more soulful tunes, there's a brisk reading of Miles' So What that has Person cruising through the changes in an easy fourth gear, and on Please Send Me Someone To Love, the band gets all gospelly with the leader reaching down low for the blues inflections.
Soulful vocals with funky guitar4REAL LOVE Clapping begins this gospelly, soul-driven song with lots of rhythm and a great chorus.
In the early nineteenth century, the Southern master class permitted missionaries to proselytize their chattel, but in the eighteenth century, slaves were considered a gospelly unleavened lump whose heathenism one had to endure for the sake of cultivating tobacco and rice.
In its pioneering days of the 1940s and '50s, when it was one of the premiere labels putting out jazz and r&b, it developed a methodology for its recording sessions: Take an r&b vocal star like Big Joe Turner; hire jazz musicians for their range, creative spark and reading skills, drawing again and again from a familiar rotating cast to encourage interplay and improvisation; put together charts and rehearse; have the bluesy or gospelly singer weave through them.
It will be more gospelly, with an Eva Cassidy-style slice of blues and country.
At the slower tempo of the gospelly Praise Be things ease off a bit and Clouts can stretch out, but he only really gets into his stride on the funkier Highway.
D'Arby can sing anything from Sam Cooke to the O'Jays to Prince, has astonishing and confident control over his vocal nuances and writes terrific tunes that range from gospelly to near-industrial slag.