Editor's note: wow! About 5 or 6 minutes into this sermon the story becomes Storey herself. She starts to vocally beat-box the lawd with exuberant proselytising. I mean belting it out for the man upstairs. Indefatigably so too. With the cadence of the scarred disc's pop and rumble it's almost eerily early rappish. There are some good sound bits to be gleaned from this if you listen all the way through. By the way, at the end, after all the vocal fury is a closing reminiscent of Led-Zeppelin's "The Crunge" as she drops off into a final contemplative missive. A brilliant record.
Also, in trying to pinpoint the year of this LP I came across another evangelist (who is also mentioned on the back sleeve) from the same record company who lights it up in the same vain. Listen to this guy! No wonder why black folk love Jesus so much!
I came across this record on a few blogs and managed to track down some audio from WFMU's site. I would love to hear more from this honky-tonkin' caterwaulin' queen. Listen to the tracks below and I think you will too!