Music Review: 'God's Got It' from Rev. Charlie Jackson In the 1970s, Rev. Charlie Jackson strapped on an electric guitar and inspired the congregation in his hometown of Amite, La. He also recorded a series of blues tinged gospel 45s that became collector's items. Meredith Ochs reviews a new release, God's Got It, that compiles the 45s on a CD.
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Music Review: 'God's Got It' from Rev. Charlie Jackson

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Music Review: 'God's Got It' from Rev. Charlie Jackson

Music Review: 'God's Got It' from Rev. Charlie Jackson

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In the 1970s, Rev. Charlie Jackson strapped on an electric guitar and inspired the congregation in his hometown of Amite, La. He also recorded a series of blues tinged gospel 45s that became collector's items. Meredith Ochs reviews a new release, God's Got It, that compiles the 45s on a CD.

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