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Gentlemen: whenever you see a great big overgrown buck sitting at the mouth of some holler, or at the forks of some road, with a big slouch hat on, a blue celluloid collar, a celluloid, artificial red rose in his coat lapel, a banjo strung across his breast, and a-pickin' of Sourwood Mountain, fine that man, gentlemen, fine him! For if he hasn't already done something, he's a-going to - Josiah Combs, quoted in Old-Time Mountain Banjo

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Offline uncle bud

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Re: Doug Quattlebaum at the Playboy Club?
« Reply #15 on: March 05, 2011, 07:26:51 AM »
Thanks, Bunker Hill.  I can probably find my CD--of Scott & Clay, I never had the LP--today. 

But, as to the Gospel Keys, one, I recall that photograph that you've sent in, I saw it back in the sixties, two, I think I recall the version of 'I Don't Have a Home,' (a real beauty) that is referenced, but three, these are two women (and scott and Clay were two men).

Don't you think it likely that there were two 'groups' crfedited as 'The Gospel Keys?'

This is surely Emma Daniels (guitar) and Mother Sally Jones (tambourine) who recorded as the Two Gospel Keys. No?
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Offline Bunker Hill

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Re: Doug Quattlebaum at the Playboy Club?
« Reply #16 on: March 05, 2011, 08:24:43 AM »
This is surely Emma Daniels (guitar) and Mother Sally Jones (tambourine) who recorded as the Two Gospel Keys. No?
Ah yes, THE Gospel Keys, here's their entry in Gospel Records 1943-70

THE GOSPEL KEYS
Emma Daniels, v/g; Mother Sally Jones, v/tamb. -1 omit tamb.
         December 1945/January 1946
D711      I want my crown -1   Jubilee 2504, Disc 5065
D712      We're gonna have a good time   Jubilee 2504, Disc 5065
D713      Precious Lord -1   Disc 5066, Asch LP AA1
D714      You've got to move    Jubilee 2503, Disc 5066, Asch LP AA1
      This world is not my home   Jubilee 2503

That'll teach me to knee-jerk post before finding my copy of the Testament CD. But as I've hauled the Gospel discography off the shelves here's the Clay and Scott sessions:

CLAY AND SCOTT

Clarence Clay, v/acdn; William Scott, v.
                      Philadelphia, 1st June 1961
Walk all over God's heaven   Testament CD 5030
Every knee must bow    Testament CD 5030
Wait 'Til I put on my robe    Testament CD 5030
Wake up in glory     Testament CD 5030
Marching to Zion      Testament CD 5030
Jesus met the woman at the well    Testament CD 5030
I'm on my way to the Kingdom    Testament CD 5030
In that great gettin' up mornin'    Testament CD 5030
It was His blood    Testament CD 5030
Mother left me standing on the highway    Testament CD 5030
Will the circle be unbroken    Testament CD 5030
Take your burdens to the Lord    Testament CD 5030
Get together with the Lord    Testament CD 5030
On the battlefield    Testament CD 5030

GOSPEL KEYS
Clarence Clay, v/acdn; William Scott, v.
                                   c. 1962
Wait till I put on my robe Bv LP 1066
Every knee must bow   Bv LP 1066
Wake up in glory   Bv LP 1066
Trouble don't last always   Bv LP 1066
Jesus met the woman at the well   Bv LP 1066
In that great getting up morning   Bv LP 1066
Oh what a beautiful city   Bv LP 1066
Marching to Zion   Bv LP 1066
I'm on my way to the Kingdom land Bv LP 1066
The Lord will make a way somehow Bv LP 1066
Walk all over God's Heaven   Bv LP 1066
All my sins are taken away   Bv LP 1066







 


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