Crappy pressing, but the source audio quality (tape, I reckon) is good, so we can only imagine how good the fidelity would be on a quieter surface. The jacket notes are extremely informative--for instance, "Gospel music is like day and night, the seasons of the year, the rise and fall of the tide for it seems to go on and on." Yeah, especially if you choose auto-play. These may not be the dumbest liner notes ever penned, though I could be wrong. Not a peep about the artists or recording dates, but we do get "Compatible" sound, and at a budget price, so...there. "Compatible" means that it plays (in) both monaural and stereo, though presumably not at the same time. I opted for the Compatible stereo. The best listening environment, therefore, is one that is Compatible-compatible.
"We are happy to offer another fine album to our collection of gospel favorites entitled, THE BEST OF GOSPEL MUSIC." I think by now we can conclude that these are gospel tracks.
To the gospel: Best of Gospel Music
That's When I Call the Lord--The Sons of Song
Child of the King--Sego Brothers and Naomi
Rock of Love--The McCormick Gospel Singers
Makes Me Feel Just Like Crying--The Travelers Quartet
Come Back Home--The Georgians
I'll Call My Lord Everyday--The Sunshine Girls
Noah Built an Ark--The Crusaders
Isn't It Wonderful--Clyde Beavers
Call on Jesus--The Melody Men
Daddy Hold My Hand--The Florida Boys