Special Thanks to the Special Friends that made "Rockin' Gospel" possible.
John Gorski - Lawton, OK; Mike Bramlett - Dallas, TX; and J. R. Webster - Moore, OK.
|Side A||Side B|
|1||Oh Come Along||Sample||Sample||The Devil's In The Phone Booth||5|
|2||Can He, Could He, Would He||Sample||Sample||Movin' Up To Gloryland||6|
|3||Raise The Roof||Sample||Sample||An Old Convention Song||7|
|4||He's Been So Good To Me||Sample||Sample||The Rocks Shall Not Cry Out||8|
To order on cassette tape, send check or money order for $10.00 (USF) to:
Ray Savell, 5700 Newman Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76180
Anyone who knew Sonya knows how much she loved Classic Southern Gospel Music. Her love of gospel harmony was the passion behind her “Rockin’ Gospel” cassette. Her preference for mixed voices is evident in her gospel recordings. She combined a quartet of experienced voices to fulfill her dream of producing an album of her Gospel favorites. Sonya called on dear friends John Gorski and Mike Bramlett, as well as a young tenor from church to sing with her and this amazing blend of talent provided her the harmony experience she loved so much.
Sonya had another reason she so desperately wanted to produce this album which very few people knew about. John Gorski was nearing the end of his long battle with cancer and Sonya was determined to get him into a recording studio for the first time in his life. After several trips to Lawton, OK and Dallas, TX for practice sessions, the quartet met at Christian World Recording Studio in Oklahoma City, OK and her dream became a reality.
What most people do know is that if Sonya made up her mind to do something, it got done.