|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Deep South Gospel||14||Audio||1993||Alligator Records|
|2||Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition / Lift Every Voice And Sing||2||Audio||1942-10-22||Bluebird (3)|
|3||Search Me, Lord / New Born Again||2||Audio||1950||Trumpet Records|
|4||This Heart Of Mine||2||Audio||Trumpet Records|
|5||One Heavenly Father / I Can't Feel At Home Anymore||2||Audio||Trumpet Records|
|6||I'll Fly Away / Oh, Lord I'm In Your Care||2||Audio||Trumpet Records|
|7||Live So God Can Use You / I Love The Lord||2||Audio||Trumpet Records|
|8||I'll Fly Away / Oh, Lord I'm In Your Care||2||Audio||Trumpet Records|
|9||Live So God Can Use You / I Love The Lord||2||Audio||Trumpet Records|
|10||Near The Cross / Going Home||2||Audio||Trumpet Records|
|11||When They Ring Them Golden Bells||17||Audio||1988||Gospel Jubilee Records|
The first embodiment of the gospel group known as the Southern Sons -- appeared in the '30s. Over the years there were changes in the membership, but the music stayed true and strong. Some of the artists that have been part of the Southern Sons are vocalists [a=Clifford Givens] bass vocals, [a=James Walker (6)] tenor vocals, [a=Bobby Holloway], David C. Smith tenor vocals, and [a=Roscoe Robinson] tenor vocals; Sammy Downs tenor vocals; Clarence Hopkins baritone vocals; and Earl Ratliff baritone vocals; guitarists Tim Pruitt and Calvin Hobson; and organist Robert Claybourne.
The Southern Sons reached a height of popularity in the '50s. Four decades later, the group was still around, though the lineup had changed a few times. Some artists moved on to other groups, like The Blind Boys Of Mississippi and [a=Dixie Hummingbirds, The].