Ten On Ten (Redux) – JD Sumner & Stamps

jdsumnerandthestamps1979keepmemaxThis week the ten on ten (redux) will re-visit JD Sumner and the Stamps. On October 19th, 2011, I presented the original ten on ten feature for the Stamps highlighting the group’s ten best albums.  This redux feature will now shine the spotlight on the three lowest ranking albums of JD Sumner and the Stamps recording career.  First, the original list highlighting the group’s ten best recordings.

  1. Live At Murray State University (1975)
  2. The Exciting Stamps Quartet (1970)
  3. Live In Nashville (1971)
  4. The Touch Of His Hand (1971)
  5. What A Happy Time (1974)
  6. The Final Sessions (1999)
  7. Signs Of A Good Life (1969)
  8. Let’s Have Church (1995)
  9. Sweet Song Of Salvation (1972)
  10. Victory Road (1990)

jdsumnerandthestamps1969singsongstoremembermaxThe lowest ranked albums in JD Sumner and the Stamps discography are as follows:

  1. Keep Me (1979)
  2. Songs To Remember (1969)
  3. I Believe In The Old Time Way (1980)
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2 thoughts on “Ten On Ten (Redux) – JD Sumner & Stamps

  1. I just re-discovered your work, Steve. Great work. I definitely agree with these choices, especially “Keep Me” and I Believe In the Old Time Way.” If you mix in all of the budget projects from the early nineties, “Songs to Remember” might fare a little better, but with that many recordings, there were definitely a few duds.

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