Now that the new mega-blog name has been determined and we are all in the process of transitioning, I wanted to begin bringing back some regular features. This week I wanted to offer a sghistory.com retro spotlight.
This retro spotlight takes a look at JD Sumner and the Stamps 1972 Heart Warming album, Something Special. The two-year time period of 1971/1972 with the Stamps vocal line-up of Bill Baize (tenor), Donnie Sumner (lead), Ed Enoch (baritone), Richard Sterban (bass) and JD Sumner was one of the best in Southern Gospel quartet history.
This particular vocal line-up released five albums during that two-year period. Something Special was the final album to be released by this line-up. Listen to sound bytes from JD Sumner and the Stamps 1972 album, Something Special. Enjoy!