Parade of Quartets. [1999-12-05]

Collection:
Parade of Quartets Collection
Title:
Parade of Quartets. [1999-12-05]
Parade of Quartets. [1999-12-12]
Creator:
Howard, Karlton
Contributor to Resource:
WJBF (Television station : Augusta, Ga.)
Date of Original:
1999-12-05
Subject:
Gospel music--Georgia--Augusta
Gospel music
Gospel musicians--Georgia--Augusta
Gospel musicians--United States
Television broadcasting of music--Georgia--Augusta
African American gospel singers--Georgia--Augusta
African American gospel singers--United States
Gospel singers--Georgia--Augusta
Gospel singers--United States
African American politicians--Georgia--Augusta
African American politicians--United States
Augusta (Ga.)--Religious life and customs
Augusta (Ga.)--Religion
African Americans--Religion
African Americans--Politics and government
Augusta (Ga.)--Politics and government--20th century
Parade of quartets (Television program)
Religious works
Location:
United States, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta, 33.47097, -81.97484
Medium:
television programs
moving images
Type:
MovingImage
Format:
video/mp4
Description:
Two complete episodes of Parade of Quartets (from December 5, 1999 and December 12, 1999), without broadcast commercials, followed by fragments of different episodes of Parade of Quartets (date unknown)--After the introduction sequence for Parade of Quartets, the first episode begins with a video clip of gospel group Mattie Johnson and The Stars of Faith performing the gospel song "Little More Time to Pray"--While the performance of Mattie Johnson and The Stars of Faith continues to play, program host Karlton Howard welcomes viewers to the episode, notes Parade of Quartets is almost fifty years old, and lists upcoming guests--Video clip of Mattie Johnson and The Stars of Faith completes--Sunday school lesson entitled "The King's Herald and Baptism" with Parade of Quartets Sunday school coordinator, Reverend Doctor Chris Lowe--The Gospel Originals gospel group perform the song "The Time is Now"--Co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon speaks with the Gospel Originals who introduce themselves, explain why they are performing without musicians, and announce their upcoming show dates--The Gospel Originals perform a variation of the gospel song "There's a Great Camp Meeting in the Promised Land"--Karlton Howard speaks with gospel group Flo Carter and the Sounds of Joy where they discuss the end of another year and joke about Y2K, and Flo Carter introduces the band members: Rhonda Davis, Cookie Dodson, Tony Carter, Donald "Don" Carter, and Ada Wrenne Weeks--After discussing upcoming show dates, Flo Carter and the Sounds of Joy perform the gospel song "It'll be Different"--Co-host Marco Brooks interviews Daveta Saunders, who Brooks introduces as the "little preacher of WKZK 1600," about her participation in talk radio, leadership in youth missionary work, and her extracurricular activities--Video clip of Reverend Milton Key leading the morning devotional prayer from a past episode of Parade of Quartets followed by Milton Key Inspirational Choir performing the song "The Center of My Joy"--Video clip of gospel singer Vickie Winans performing her song "Long as I Got King Jesus"--While audio from the Vickie Winans performance continues, Karlton Howard reads a flier for a revival event, taking place December 9-11, 1999, entitled "The Millennium Women” that Winans is performing at in Augusta, Georgia--Karlton Howard reads local announcements--Flo Carter and the Sounds of Joy perform the song "Go Tell it on the Mountain"--Robert "Flash" Gordon and Karlton Howard congratulate Marco Brooks on earning his ministry license, then they read more local announcements--Video clip of the gospel group The Gospel Four performing the song "We'll Understand it Better By and By" while end credits for Parade of Quartets roll on screen--The introduction sequence for the second episode of Parade of Quartets begins, is rewound, and plays again--After the opening sequence, the different episode of Parade of Quartets begins with a video clip of the Singing Disciples performing a gospel song--While the Singing Disciples clip continues to play, co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon welcomes viewers to the episode--Sunday school lesson entitled "A Time of Testing" with Reverend Doctor Chris Lowe--The Glorious Kings gospel group perform the song "How Much do I Owe Him?"--Karlton Howard announces The Glorious Kings, along with Troy Ramey and the Soul Searchers and Lloyd Kennedy and the Flying Clouds, will be performing at a pre-Christmas gospel extravaganza in Abbeville, South Carolina that evening (December 12, 1999)--Karlton Howard reads a flier (shown on-screen) for the New Year's Day Gospel Blast in Allendale, South Carolina featuring Tommy Ellison and The Five Singing Stars, the Swanee Quintet, Gospel Four, Singing Disciples, Brian Mays and the Heavenbound, Deacon Harmonizers, and the Gospel Saints--Video clip of The Singing Disciples performing a gospel song--Robert "Flash" Gordon reads an advertisement for his business, Pyramid Music and Video--Karlton Howard interviews Reverend Anthony Daniel and his wife, Teresa Daniel, about the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church a new church in Waynesboro, Georgia--Video clip of gospel group Reverend F. C. Barnes and Company performing their song "I'm just Praising The Lord"--Karlton Howard reads a flier (shown on-screen) for the New Year's Day Gospel Blast in Allendale, South Carolina featuring Tommy Ellison and The Five Singing Stars, the Swanee Quintet, Gospel Four, Singing Disciples, Brian Mays and the Heavenbound, Deacon Harmonizers, and the Gospel Saints--The Singing Disciples perform a gospel song (possibly entitled "Lord Stand by Me")--Co-host Reverend Jerome Herrington introduces Reverend Anthony Daniel who then leads the morning devotional prayer while the Singing Disciples provide background vocals--The Singing Disciples conclude the gospel song--In a segment entitled "Top Five" Karlton Howard and Robert "Flash" Gordon discuss new music and top selling albums at Pyramid Music and Video--Robert "Flash" Gordon and Karlton Howard read local announcements--The Glorious Kings perform the gospel song "I Just Can't Make it by Myself" while end credits roll on screen--Video clip of a Sunday school lesson with an unidentified African American clergyman from a different episode of Parade of Quartets, which pauses and cuts to a black screen briefly before footage returns--A "Top Five" segment with Robert "Flash" Gordon and Karlton Howard from a different episode of Parade of Quartets--Co-host Marco Brooks reads local announcements--Fragment of Karlton Howard concluding an episode of Parade of Quartets--Video clip of Karlton Howard reading a flier (shown on-screen) for the "Big Thanksgiving Gospel Fest.” Annotation from original media: POQ | Parade of Quartets. Parade of Quartets is a television program that has aired on WJBF-TV in Augusta, Georgia, from 1954 to the present, featuringAfrican American gospel music, and appearances by both local and national African American political leaders.
Metadata URL:
http://purl.libs.uga.edu/brown/poq_0401/bmac
Language:
eng
Extent:
1 video file (mp4) (1 hr., 46 min., 53 sec.) : sd., col.
Original Collection:
Parade of quartets collection, 1984-2006. Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection, The University of Georgia Libraries.
Holding Institution:
Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection
Rights:
Rights Statement information

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