This week I wanted to start a new feature in highlighting classic Southern Gospel albums. For those not familiar, I am also a content editor over at sghistory.com. The website was the brain child of owner/editor David Bruce Murray. It allows the viewer recording histories and biographical information of almost every major artist involved with Southern Gospel music. The site is always in search of information.
This week I wanted to offer the reader a glimpse of a classic Southern Gospel album by the Rebels Quartet. Someone Touched Me was a 1966 release on Skylite Records. The vocal line up at the time of this recording was Horace Parrish (Tenor), Jim Hamill (Lead), John Matthews (Baritone), London Parris (Bass) and Jimmy Taylor (Pianist).
Listen to sound bites of this 1966 recording from the Rebels Quartet; Someone Touched Me.