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A Review of Dwight Trible’s “What the World Needs Now is Love

A Review of Dwight Trible’s “What the World Needs Now is Love”Reviewed by Mark Anthony Neal | @NewBlackMan |NewBlackMan (in Exile)Friday, September 29, 2017.There’s an urgency to “What the World Needs Now is Love”, the opening track of Dwight Trible’s latest release Inspirations,..More

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