Last week, the Rebels Quartet was given the dubious honor of having the worst Southern Gospel album cover for their 1961 album What Then. This week will allow you to vote on the album you consider the best Southern Gospel album cover. These were the eight highest ranked covers. I have provided thumbnails (click for larger image).
Driven – Crabb Family (2004)
A Tribute To Mosie Lister – Dove Brothers Quartet (2004)
Places To Go, People To See – Hoskins Family (2003)
Pure Vintage – Inspirations (2001)
London – Legacy Five (2003)
I Love To Tell The Story – Mark Lowry (2007)
Simplicity Too – Old Paths (2011)
Here We Are Again – Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (2012)
Now that we have exhausted ranking the best and worst Southern Gospel album covers of all time, this week and next will allow you to vote on the best and worst. I took the top eight and bottom eight (by rank) for the voting rounds. This week, please vote on the one album cover you consider to be the worst. I have provided the covers again (click on thumbnail).
His Hands – Blackwood Brothers Quartet (1958)
Paradise Island – Blackwood Brothers Quartet (1959)
This week brings the final set of album covers to rank. Next week, you, the reader will vote on the best and worst Southern Gospel album covers. In the comments section, rank each album from 1 to 6 (1 being best, 6 being worst). Click on thumbnail for larger image.
Sittin On Cloud Nine – Jeff & Sheri Easter (1999)
Our Inspiration – Inspirations (1971)
I Love To Tell The Story, A Hymns Collection – Mark Lowry (2007)
The final three sets of album covers need to be ranked. This week I need you to rank set 18 from 1 to 6 (1 being best, 6 being worst). Once we get through the 20 sets of album covers, the readers will vote on what they consider to be the best and worst. Click on thumbnail for larger image.
Believe – Anchormen (2012)
Reflections – Common Bond (1997)
Mountain Heritage – Greenes (1992)
Prime – Hinsons (1979)
Children Of Azusa Street – Lanny Wolfe Trio (1986)
This will be the final set of album covers to rank this year. I will pick up with the final three sets at the first of the year. In the comments section rank each album from 1 to 6 (1 being best, 6 being worst). Click on thumbnail for larger image.