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Playlist of Bill Moss and the Celestials

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    Use Whatcha Got Bill Moss & The Celestials

    6:10

    This is track 1 from the 1985 album Use What'cha Got.
    Lead by Bill Moss Sr.
    Written by Bill Moss Sr.

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    The Way We Used To Have Church Bill Moss & The Celestials

    5:54

    This is track 7 from the 1969 album Solid Rock.
    BY REQUEST
    Written by Bill Moss

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    Bill Moss and the Celestials - Everythings Gonna Be All Right

    3:26

    From the 1970 album I've Already Been To The Water.

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    Bill Moss & The Celestials @ AGQC 2006

    5:38

    Bill Moss & The Celestials perform LIVE @ The American Gospel Quartet Convention in Birmingham Alabama. (January 2006)

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    BILL MOSS & THE CELESTIALS Ive Already Been to the Water FULL ALBUM

    36:46

    BILL MOSS & THE CELESTIALS' 1970 classic I've Already Been to the Water on Bilesse Records (Westbound) Detroit.

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    Keep On Using Me Jesus Bill Moss & The Celestials

    4:13

    This is track 3 from the 1975 album I Don't Want To Do Wrong.

    Affectionately known as, “The Boss”, Bill Moss was born May 22, 1931 in Selma, Alabama.

    He came from a talented musical family, including his older sister, Mattie Moss Clark, and her daughters, the Clark Sisters. He also started the music careers of his sons, gospel singer-songwriters J. Moss and Bill Moss Jr.

    In 1960 he organized Bill Moss and the Celestials in 1960 in Boston, Massachusetts. After three years of struggling and hard work he moved to Detroit where he met and married Essie (Coleman) Moss.

    Bill Moss was highly recognized as a legend in gospel music because of his uniqueness in style of writing, his daughter said. He was the first to come out playing on an electric piano and had an electric drum.

    He was a 2004 inductee into the International Gospel Music Hall of Fame. The Celestials were nominated for a Grammy for Turn It Over to Jesus. Other hits include Everything Is Going To Be Alright and The Way We Used to Have Church.

    He and his family were members of The Greater Love Tabernacle Church of God in Christ in Detroit, Michigan where Bishop William M. Rimson was pastor.

    Bill Moss died on June 25, 2007 of emphysema. His funeral was held on June 30, 2007 at Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ in Detroit. Bishop P.A. Brooks of New St. Paul Tabernacle Church of God in Christ delivered the eulogy.

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    Send It On Down

    3:33

    This is track 6 from the 1975 album I Don't Want To Do Wrong.
    Lead by Tee Mclaughlin Lett
    Affectionately known as, “The Boss”, Bill Moss was born May 22, 1931 in Selma, Alabama.

    He came from a talented musical family, including his older sister, Mattie Moss Clark, and her daughters, the Clark Sisters. He also started the music careers of his sons, gospel singer-songwriters J. Moss and Bill Moss Jr.

    In 1960 he organized Bill Moss and the Celestials in 1960 in Boston, Massachusetts. After three years of struggling and hard work he moved to Detroit where he met and married Essie (Coleman) Moss.

    Bill Moss was highly recognized as a legend in gospel music because of his uniqueness in style of writing, his daughter said. He was the first to come out playing on an electric piano and had an electric drum.

    He was a 2004 inductee into the International Gospel Music Hall of Fame. The Celestials were nominated for a Grammy for Turn It Over to Jesus. Other hits include Everything Is Going To Be Alright and The Way We Used to Have Church.

    He and his family were members of The Greater Love Tabernacle Church of God in Christ in Detroit, Michigan where Bishop William M. Rimson was pastor.

    Bill Moss died on June 25, 2007 of emphysema. His funeral was held on June 30, 2007 at Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ in Detroit. Bishop P.A. Brooks of New St. Paul Tabernacle Church of God in Christ delivered the eulogy.

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    Jesus Said Hold On Im Coming

    6:45

    Provided to YouTube by Malaco Records

    Jesus Said Hold On I'm Coming · Bill Moss & The Celestials

    I Ain't Gonna Sing No Rock And Roll

    ℗ 1983 Malaco Records, Inc.

    Released on: 1983-11-30

    Contributor: Bill Moss
    Main Artist: Bill Moss & The Celestials

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    I Found Out For Myself Bill Moss & The Celestials

    3:10

    This is track 1 from the 1969 album Solid Rock.
    BY REQUEST
    Lead by Essie Moss
    Written by Bill Moss

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    Bill Moss & The Celestials - Ive Got A Satisfied Mind

    3:28

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    Someday Well Meet Bill Moss & The Celestials

    4:23

    track A2 from Doing My Job For Jesus LP (Westbound 4003)

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    I Feel Better Since I Made A Change Bill Moss & The Celestials

    3:52

    This is track 9 from the 1985 album Use What'cha Got.
    Lead by Bill Moss Sr., J. Moss and Dallas Luckett
    Written by Bill Moss Sr.

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    What You Gonna Tell Jesus Bill Moss & The Celestials

    4:14

    track B3 from Doing My Job For Jesus LP (Westbound 4003)

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    Bill Moss & The Celestials - Thank You Jesus

    3:04

    Westbound records. B side released 1972 on LP

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    Just As I Am - Bill Moss and the Celestials

    3:02

    Perhaps not one of Bill's best known compositions, '(Can You Use Me) Just As I Am' is a stellar example of the soul/funk gospel sound that he pioneered. From the 1975 album, I Don't Want to Do Wrong, this song is soaked with soul by Bill's heartfelt/prayerful lead vocals. Essie Moss' powerful voice injects the background with a restrained fervor that's enhanced by daughter Theresa's soulful soprano.

    Footnote: Bill Moss, known as the Boss, introduced the electric piano to gospel music and is the first to play one on a gospel recording.

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    Bill Moss And The Celestials - God Has Been So Good

    2:34

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    Bill Moss And The Celestials - Im Sanctified Now

    3:17

    The parents of J Moss, Bill and Essie, lead this song from their 1970 album I've Already Been To The Water.

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    BILL MOSS & THE CELESTIALS - Come on the lords side - JEWEL

    3:31

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    Bill Moss & The Celestials - Lord Help Me To Hold Out

    3:42

    A side of Westbound gospel single

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    Somebody Called My Name Bill Moss & The Celestials

    5:23

    This is track 7 from the 1985 album Use What'cha Got.
    Lead by Bill Moss Sr. and Dallas Luckett
    Written by Bill Moss Sr.

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    When We Move To The Moon Bill Moss & The Celestials

    2:55

    This is track 5 from the 1969 album Solid Rock.
    BY REQUEST
    Written by Bill Moss

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    bill moss & the celestials - everything is going to be alright - bilesse .wmv

    3:41

    Battered perfection.

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    Turn It over to Jesus

    2:21

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Turn It over to Jesus · Bill Moss & The Celestials

    Mother of My Children

    ℗ 1976 © Jewel Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1976-04-17

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    BILL MOSS & THE CELESTIALS - Youve got to serve somebody - BILESSE

    4:42

    Gospel funk meets Bob Dylan!
    Stormin'!!

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    Shoes - Bill Moss and the Celestials

    4:15

    Shoes (Everything's Gonna Be Alright) by Bill Moss and the Celestials

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    Can You Use Me Bill Moss & The Celestials

    2:57

    This is track 6 from the 1975 album I Don't Want To Do Wrong.

    Affectionately known as, “The Boss”, Bill Moss was born May 22, 1931 in Selma, Alabama.

    He came from a talented musical family, including his older sister, Mattie Moss Clark, and her daughters, the Clark Sisters. He also started the music careers of his sons, gospel singer-songwriters J. Moss and Bill Moss Jr.

    In 1960 he organized Bill Moss and the Celestials in 1960 in Boston, Massachusetts. After three years of struggling and hard work he moved to Detroit where he met and married Essie (Coleman) Moss.

    Bill Moss was highly recognized as a legend in gospel music because of his uniqueness in style of writing, his daughter said. He was the first to come out playing on an electric piano and had an electric drum.

    He was a 2004 inductee into the International Gospel Music Hall of Fame. The Celestials were nominated for a Grammy for Turn It Over to Jesus. Other hits include Everything Is Going To Be Alright and The Way We Used to Have Church.

    He and his family were members of The Greater Love Tabernacle Church of God in Christ in Detroit, Michigan where Bishop William M. Rimson was pastor.

    Bill Moss died on June 25, 2007 of emphysema. His funeral was held on June 30, 2007 at Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ in Detroit. Bishop P.A. Brooks of New St. Paul Tabernacle Church of God in Christ delivered the eulogy.

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    There Must Be A Reason Bill Moss & The Celestials

    3:32

    This is track 6 from the 1969 album Solid Rock.
    BY REQUEST
    Written by Bill Moss

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    Im Going Up Yonder Bill Moss & The Celestials

    3:48

    A side on Jewel 256 7, also on Live LP (Jewel 0139) from the same year

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    Bill Moss-Christmas Spirit In The Air

    3:15

    Great Classic Throwdown

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    Jesus To Comfort Me / Bill Moss & The Celestials

    3:32

    Jesus To Comfort Me / Bill Moss & The Celestials

    MALACO 1990

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    Bill Moss and The Celestials - Welcome the Boys Back Home

    3:24

    Vietnam War: Soul, Gospel, & Funk Records:

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    Bill Moss & The Celestials - Ive Already Been To The Water

    3:16

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    Lord Give Me Grace Bill Moss & The Celestials

    2:50

    track B4 from Doing My Job For Jesus LP (Westbound 4003)

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    Let Me Tell It, You Cant Tell It - Bill Moss & The Celestials

    2:49

    Bill Moss & The Celestials of Detroit, Michigan.

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    Let Me Tell It, You Cant Tell It Bill Moss & The Celestials

    2:54

    This is track 1 from the 1975 album I Don't Want To Do Wrong.
    Lead by Essie Moss
    Affectionately known as, “The Boss”, Bill Moss was born May 22, 1931 in Selma, Alabama.

    He came from a talented musical family, including his older sister, Mattie Moss Clark, and her daughters, the Clark Sisters. He also started the music careers of his sons, gospel singer-songwriters J. Moss and Bill Moss Jr.

    In 1960 he organized Bill Moss and the Celestials in 1960 in Boston, Massachusetts. After three years of struggling and hard work he moved to Detroit where he met and married Essie (Coleman) Moss.

    Bill Moss was highly recognized as a legend in gospel music because of his uniqueness in style of writing, his daughter said. He was the first to come out playing on an electric piano and had an electric drum.

    He was a 2004 inductee into the International Gospel Music Hall of Fame. The Celestials were nominated for a Grammy for Turn It Over to Jesus. Other hits include Everything Is Going To Be Alright and The Way We Used to Have Church.

    He and his family were members of The Greater Love Tabernacle Church of God in Christ in Detroit, Michigan where Bishop William M. Rimson was pastor.

    Bill Moss died on June 25, 2007 of emphysema. His funeral was held on June 30, 2007 at Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ in Detroit. Bishop P.A. Brooks of New St. Paul Tabernacle Church of God in Christ delivered the eulogy.

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    Bill Moss & The Celestials - The Christmas Spirit In The Air - 1983

    3:16

    From the album I Ain't Gonna Sing No Rock & Roll on the Malaco label.

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    Dark Clouds Bill Moss & The Celestials

    3:45

    track B2 from Doing My Job For Jesus LP (Westbound 4003)

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    Bill Moss & the Celestials + come on the lords side + Jewel

    3:37

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    Bill Moss And The Celestials - Just The Two Of Us

    3:13

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    Bill Moss and The Celestials - A Great Day Coming

    3:26

    Bill and Essie Moss, the parents of J Moss, lead this track from their 1970 album I've Already Been To The Water.

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    Im Going up Yonder

    3:29

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    I'm Going up Yonder · Bill Moss & The Celestials

    Live

    ℗ 1978 © Jewel Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1978-04-18

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Bill Moss - Number One

    3:02

    Taken from Eccentric Soul: The Capsoul Label

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    The Mother of My Children

    4:45

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    The Mother of My Children · Bill Moss & The Celestials

    Mother of My Children

    ℗ 1976 © Jewel Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1976-04-17

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Bill Moss and The Celestials - Thank You Jesus

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    Bill Moss Jr. featuring J. Moss - Giving It Back

    4:52

    Giving It Back is from Bill Moss' 2008 debut project entitled Manifested Favor

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    Youre The Only One Bill Moss Jr - Live in Concert

    5:49

    Footage Showing A Live Concert Showcasing Music From The Age to Age Album, Performed by Willam Moss Jr.
    Song You're the Only One
    Written and composed by Moriah Hazeltine and Chris Renzema
    Blue Rivers Records. All Rights Reserved. Dunns River Publishing
    Blue Rivers Records Contact Information: Phone Number: 586-634-5639. Email: esjam1@gmail.com
    Unauthorized duplication is prohibited by law

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    Bill Moss Jr The Greatest One

    11:22

    This song The Greatest One features Bill dead center of his anointing. Brother of J Moss has a style of his own that works for many and doesn't compete with J's. Another Moss/Clark family addition blessing the music industry and the people of God. NOTICE J MOSS IN THE VIDEO AT THE BEGINNING.

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    Sock It To Em Soul Brother Bill Moss Video Steven Bogarat

    2:30

    Moss was born in 1931 in Selma, Alabama and sang in a choir led by his sister the late Dr. Mattie Moss Clark.
    He moved to Detroit, Michigan and formed The Celestials with his wife Essie Moss. Bill Moss & the Celestials would perform with acts such as The Staple Singers and Mighty Clouds of Joy at venues such as the Apollo Theater in Harlem. The Celestials were one of the first gospel groups to use electric instruments.[citation needed] Their best known songs include Turn It Over to Jesus, Everything is Going to be Alright and The Way We Use to Have Church.

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    Bill Moss & The Celestrials - Lord I Thank You For My Miracle

    4:11

    From the album I Ain't Gonna Sing No Rock n Roll 1983. Funky gospel tune.

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    Bill Moss Jr.

    2:12

    Bill Moss Jr. singing at Aretha Frankilns revival at Greater Emmanuel

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