The Caravans

Gospel
The Caravans
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The Caravans

The Caravans Biography (Wikipedia)

The Caravans were a gospel music group that was started in 1947 by Robert Anderson. It reached its peak popularity during the 1950s and 1960s, launching the careers of a number of artists, including: Delores Washington, Albertina Walker, Bessie Griffin, Cassietta George, Dorothy Norwood, Inez Andrews, Shirley Caesar, Josephine Howard, Rev. James Cleveland, and more. The group underwent numerous personnel changes between 1951 and 1961. 1962 to 1966 provided the Caravans with its most stable group member lineup, consisting of Washington, Walker, Caesar, George, James Herndon and Josephine Howard. The group also made frequent TV appearances during this time on shows such as TV's Gospel Time and Jubilee Showcase.

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I'm Willing (feat. Inez Andrews And Albertina Walker)
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I'm Willing (feat. Inez Andrews And Albertina Walker)

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Walk Around Heaven All Day
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To Whom Shall I Turn
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It's Jesus In Me
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