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SOUND & VISION


water, from “What Should I Do?” to “The Half Has Never Been Told” and “One More River to Cross.” Thorn has said in interviews that he’s


Mission Temple Fireworks Revival Paul Thorn (Perpetual Obscurity)


Early in 2018 Paul Thorn and his band


released an absolutely fabulous CD filled with gospel music that was voted one the best al- bums of the year by this magazine. In celebra- tion of that record, Paul took his band and many of the artists who appeared on his album and hit the road for a little town to town revival. On April 18, the concert was filmed at the Historic Franklin Theatre and is now available as a glorious DVD. The live show features Paul and his


band along with the mighty Blind Boys of Ala- bama, the McRary Sisters, the amazing Bon- nie Bishop, David Harris and Colin Linden. The songs range from well-loved classics to obscure gospel greats mined by Paul and manager Billy Maddox by pouring through vast collections of gospel records. The Holy Spirit reigns on the upbeat


“Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed” and “Come On Let’s Go.” Bonnie Bishop lends her powerful blues voice to “He’s a Battle Axe.” Great and powerful tuned rain down like


always wanted to do a gospel album and tour. After all, his father is a preacher, so he gets it honestly. The twofer that closes out the show would bring a dead man to life, as the band turns the O’Jay’s hit “Love Train” into a full- on gospel rave up before closing out with the Thorn-written shouter “Mission Temple Fire- works Stand.” It’s enough to send you run- ning through the isles shouting “hallelujah!” Great performances from Paul, his


band, Bonnie and everyone involved make this a “must see” concert video. There’s a re- ally nice documentary included titled “The Making of.” We meet Paul’s parents, visit FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals and Preser- vation Hall in New Orleans and much more. It’s a joy for any Thorn fan. It is for me.


-Michael Buffalo Smith


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