"Troubled, Lord I'm Troubled"

I like to tune into the bass singers (deepest in the bass clef), and then the baritones (second deepest). The bass notes ring in my spine, not unlike the ringing of a Tibetan Singing bowl. I first heard this track from Lauren Mastro's radio show, Sunday mornings on WWOZ, out of New Orleans. It's on the soundtrack to The Lady Killers,* which Ms. Mastro says, has a number of gospel gems.

If you want to go deep into the internet troves of bass singers, you can hear the lowest bass notes ever recorded, and the astonishing 14 year old bass singer, Ryan Bunney, doing Ol' Man River. And, just for fun, here another version of 'Lord I'm Troubled" from around 1928 ...