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The MIGHTY REVELATORS are the group that can truly bridge gospel with mainstream soul and blues. Always a hit at blues and roots festivals this traditional gospel quarter is breaking down stereotypes and attracting a more secular audience. Their brand new CD REACH OUT AND HELP SOMEBODY shows the crossover appeal of the group. The title track “If I Could Reach Out” is sure to get radio airplay on several formats of radio. They have written some great songs for this CD including “Do A Little Better” a song that will encourage us all, “Somebody’s Talking” which can help us deal with gossip and jealousy, “Already Been To The Water” telling us about the glory of baptism and “World’s On Fire” a song about how faith can help us through the worst of times.

Other inspiring tracks on the CD including a great up-tempo number “Getting Us Ready” that will prepare us for the great day and one of the most unique gospel songs ever written “Dangerous Time” which deals with living in a post 9/11 world. The group also rearranged two traditional songs; a wonderful ballad called “Stood On The Banks Of Jordan” and “Lord Lord” a song reminiscent of classic James Brown that gets some help from long time friend and leader of the Mighty Clouds Of Joy, Joe Ligon.

Don’t miss the MIGHTY REVELATORS as they tour to support REACH OUT AND HELP SOMEBODY this summer and fall. They can also be seen performing at the various HOUSE OF BLUES, Sunday Gospel Brunches. They have been one of the top selling artists on the circuit since 1996.

LEON "PEE WEE" ANDERSON 1942 - 2007

flamingcheese  records is sad to announce  the passing of LEON ANDERSON on Friday November 23, 2007 in Simmesport, LA died while visiting his mother.  Leon, who was know as Pee Wee in the Mighty Revelators was the founding member and the groups 1st tenor, rhythm guitarist and musical director. 
Leon, a Deacon at the Greater Peace Baptist Church in Los Angeles was born in Simmesport, LA on January 26, 1942 and lived in Inglewood, CA and is survived by his mother and one brother as well as his wife Lynn and children; Shanda, Wendy Chris, and Deon.  
Pee Wee began singing gospel music while in high school with a group called the Wondering Gospel Singers. When he moved to Los Angeles in the early sixties he joined the Kendrick Brothers before starting the Mighty Revelators in 1964.  The group release several singles in the 1960’s before recording an LP for Ray Charles label Tangerine Records.  He played in the Soul Express and Jimmy's Blues Band for a few years when the Mighty Revelators took a break in the early ‘80’s. Pee Wee wrote and sang lead on God Will Find A Way, Getting Us Ready and Dangerous Times on the groups REACH OUT AND HELP SOMEBODY CD.
flamingcheese  records President, Dan Graham said today, “Pee Wee was a great friend and a very talented member of the flamingcheese family.  His song Dangerous Times is one the most beautiful pieces of music that we have on the label.  We will all miss Pee Wee and we all send our love and best wishes to his family and fellow Mighty Revelators.  We know their faith with help them through this difficult time and we will all cherish the good times with had with  our friend Pee Wee.”
Leon "Pee Wee" Anderson R.I.P.

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Reach Out & Help Somebody

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MIGHTY REVELATORS - Reach Out & Help Somebody fc2005-0501
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If I Could Reach Out (& Help Somebody)
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Do A Little Better
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Stood On The Banks Of Jordan
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Somebody's Talking
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World's On Fire
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Dangerous Time
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Already Been To The Water
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Get On Up
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Getting Us Ready
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Lord Lord
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God Will Find A Way

 

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