MP3 Brother Eugene Jones - Let Your Spirit Fill This Place
A unique gospel singing style. This album demonstrates the various music styles in the compositions presented. Every song has an anointed message...
14 MP3 Songs
GOSPEL: Contemporary Gospel, GOSPEL: Traditional Gospel
Brother Eugene Jones, vocal stylist, gospel composer, and organist, grew up in Manhattan. He received formal music training at an early age and began playing the Hammond organ at the age of 12 in his father''s church. He went on to play for numerous churches, groups and soloists throughout the tri-state area.
Through the years, Jones drew inspiration from diverse musical influencs as varied as Rev. James Cleveland, Andrae Crouch, Patrick Henderson and Quincy Jones. He garnered widespread attention for both his playing and his compositions. One of his compositions, "Don''t Doubt The Lord," was recorded on the The Williams Brothers'' albums titled, Brother to Brother, Word''s Myrrh label, and The Blackberry Records''Gospel Showcase album.
In 1983, Bro. Jones launched the gospel recording label, Intro Records, Inc., and recorded the anointed gospel singer, Delores Fuller. Her first album, titled God''s Love, received Grammy Eligibility acceptance and extensive airplay in the United States and abroad. The second album, Live Extraordinaire was recorded live at Babson College in Wellesly, Massachusetts.
Recently, Bro. Eugene Jones released his debut CD titled, Let Your Spirit Fill This Place - it contains 14 selections. The renowned guitarist and producer, Jonathan DuBose, Jr., (Richard Smallwood, Harry Connick Jr, and the movie, "Fighting Temptation") produced all the songs with the exception of the song, "Live Life For God," which was produced by John O. Jones. John brought in the world''s foremost Gospel drummer, Derrick Schofield, to arrange and play drums on the track, "Live Life For God." The anointed singer, Evangelist Delores Fuller, is featured on the track, "Soldiers." Delores also sang lead on the the New York Community Choir''s album, The Gathering. Phillip (Phil) Ballou, the outstanding background vocalist who sang with Luther Vandross'' original, back-up tour singers, sings a stanza on the song, "Live Life For God."
Mr. Clive Davis, the music genius and music industry mogul, liked the song, "This Is Just A Warning" when Alfred (Pee Wee) Ellis presented it to him for a record deal in 1979. Mr. Clive Davis also expressed his appreciation for the recent arrangement by the Producer, Jonathan DuBose, Jr., of the complete version of "This Is Just A Warning" for this CD release. The CD also contains two consoling songs, "The Love," and "Goodbye For Now."
"Music has a powerful role in preparing the atmosphere and the heart of people to receive from the Spirit of God. My ministry is to share music that creates an atmosphere that will usher in the Presence and the Anointing of the Holy Spirit," Jones states, "Whenever the Presence of the Holy Spirit is invited, reverenced and received, salvation, healing and miracles will occur, and faith in God''s Love and Power will soar. My prayer is that my music will not only draw those who do not know Jesus Christ to come to Him, but also encourage those who do know Him to keep their faith in His Promises. Ultimately, my desisre is to comfort, uplift and connect the hearts of every listener with the Unconditional Love of the Father God through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ."