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Sister Rosetta Tharpe Gospel Songs

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  1. Then in the late s, after becoming the first black artist to sign with a major label, gospel singer and guitarist Sister Rosetta Tharpe recorded "This Train" as a hit for Decca. Her later version of the song, released by Decca in the early s, featured Tharpe on electric guitar and is cited [ by whom? ] as one of several examples of her work that led to the emergence of rock 'n roll.

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