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The Gift of Love also features a soulful and down-home version of the John P. Kee song, "It Will Be Alright," in which Melba and Phil bare it all and testify their faith. "I love John P. Kee, the great gospel singer and composer," confesses Melba. The songbird adds, "This song illustrates the classic power of what gospel is and conveys that there is a God and that no matter what is going on, you will be alright. Chris Davis did a great arrangement on the song that just drives you into a higher place. The chord changes just pull you up and hopefully Phil and I do too." Melba delivers a riveting version of the ballad "I Believe." She turns it into a real torch song and one can envision her on Broadway bringing down the house with this show-stopping number. Another highpoint is the Spinners' classic "Sadie." Melba reflects, "This is such a sweet song and makes us all think of Phillipe Wynn and how he touched us all with his singing. I am hoping people will be retouched by the version Phil and I did. We tried to bring our own identities to this song and it reminds us that everything that's old, ain't bad!"Phil_Perry___Melba_Moore_II

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