Souls' Chapel

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Soul's Chapel
Studio album by Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives
Released August 30, 2005
Genre Country, Gospel
Language English
Label Superlatone
Marty Stuart chronology
Country Music
Souls' Chapel
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Souls' Chapel is American country singer Marty Stuart's 12th studio album, and his second album with his band, the Fabulous Superlatives, released in 2005. This is also Stuart's second concept album (with The Pilgrim being his first). With this project, Stuart and his Superlatives devote the entire album to gospel songs. The album also features songs where Marty does not sing at all, but instead takes a back seat and allows 'Cousin' Kenny Vaughan (guitar), 'Handsome' Harry Stinson (drums) or 'Brother' Brian Glenn (bass) to contribute their own vocals to the tracks. The album also features a guest appearance from Mavis Staples on the track 'Move Along Train'.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Somebody Saved Me"   Roebuck Staples  
2. "Lord, Just Give Me A Little More Time"   Albert E. Brumley  
3. "Way Down"   Marty Stuart/Harry Stinson  
4. "Come Into The House Of The Lord"   Marty Stuart/Kenny Vaughan  
5. "The Gospel Story Of Noah's Ark"   Marty Stuart/Jerry Sullivan  
6. "I Can't Even Walk (Without You Holding My Hand)"   Colbert Croft/Joyce Croft  
7. "It's Time To Go Home"   Marty Stuart  
8. "The Unseen Hand"   A.J. Sims  
9. "There's A Rainbow (At The End Of Every Storm)"   Marty Stuart/Harry Stinson  
10. "Slow Train"   Steve Cropper/William Bell  
11. "Move Along Train"   Roebuck Staples  
12. "Souls' Chapel"   Marty Stuart  


Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives[edit]

Additional Musicians[edit]


The album was nominated for a Dove Award for Country Album of the Year at the 37th GMA Dove Awards.[1]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 75