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Top Golden Gate Quartet Albums
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Chante Noël
Chante Noël
[2015]
80 Years
80 Years
[2015]
Best Recordings
Best Recordings
[2013]
Negro Spirituals & Soul
Negro Spirituals & Soul
[2013]
The Man (To J. F. Kennedy) - EP
The Man (To J. F. Kennedy) - EP
[2012]
Negro Spirutals At Christmas (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks)
Negro Spirutals At Christmas (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks)
[2012]
Go Where I Send Thee
Go Where I Send Thee
[2012]
The Voice Of Golden Gate Quarter
The Voice Of Golden Gate Quarter
[2011]
Gospel Greats 1946-1950
Gospel Greats 1946-1950
[2010]
When The Saints Go Marching In
When The Saints Go Marching In
[2010]
Golden Gate Gospel Train
Golden Gate Gospel Train
[2009]
Greatest Gospel Masters
Greatest Gospel Masters
[2009]
24 Carrot, Vol. 6
24 Carrot, Vol. 6
[2008]
Jericho
Jericho
[2008]
Christmas
Christmas
[2007]
Broadway Music Hall: Golden Gate Quartet
Broadway Music Hall: Golden Gate Quartet
[2007]
70 Years Around the World!!! (Live)
70 Years Around the World!!! (Live)
[2005]
Gospel Masters: I Just Telephone Upstairs
Gospel Masters: I Just Telephone Upstairs
[2005]
Gospel Masters: Rock My Soul
Gospel Masters: Rock My Soul
[2005]
Pop Masters: There Is - No Greater Love
Pop Masters: There Is - No Greater Love
[2005]
The Church Concert
The Church Concert
[2004]
Golden Songs
Golden Songs
[2004]
The Good Book
The Good Book
[2003]
Rock My Soul
Rock My Soul
[2002]
Gospel Train
Gospel Train
[2001]
Golden Gate Quartet Vol. 5 (1945-1949)
Golden Gate Quartet Vol. 5 (1945-1949)
[1999]
The Golden Gate Quartet
The Golden Gate Quartet
[1997]
Golden Gate Quartet Radio Transcriptions (1941-1944)
Golden Gate Quartet Radio Transcriptions (1941-1944)
[1996]
Ciné-Stars : Golden Gate Quartet
Ciné-Stars : Golden Gate Quartet
[1993]
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Related Information for Golden Gate Quartet The definitive Afroamerican gospel group in the jubilee quartet style.Founded as the Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet in Norfolk, Virginia in 1934 by A. C. “Eddie” Griffin, Robert “Peg” Ford, Henry Owens, and Bill Johnson, they began as a traditional jubilee quartet, combining the clever arrangements associated with barbershop quartets with rhythms borrowed from the blues and jazz.The makeup of the group changed over the years, as some members were drafted during the war and new members were.. read more