A cappella gospel singing using a different twist was the province from the Memphis-based group the Harps of Melody. Throughout their profession, their ranks transferred between that of a quartet, quintet and a sextet, generally led with the solid voice and types of Clara Anderson. After functioning her method up through the rates as an associate from the Busyline Soft Performers and their satellite television group, the Busyline Junior Women, Anderson struck from her own, 1st developing the Golden Celebrities, the precursor towards the Harps, which presented two into the future charter people from the Golden Harps, business lead vocalist Ruth Youngblood and bass vocalist Elizabeth Morris. By 1950, the Golden Harps of Melody have been formed, developing a mix around Memphis using their “smooth” tranquility, totally at chances with the most common hard performing and screaming in favour generally in most gospel circles. Hardly ever really a specialist group, the Harps do a whole lot of charity function, performing to improve money for different churches in Memphis and encircling areas, curtailing their moves each winter. In addition they do regular sustaining radio broadcasts through the 1950s in to the ’80s on channels WDIA, WLOK, WSMS and KWAM. Their documented legacy contains just two singles on the neighborhood Philwood and Developer labels (both offering the only types of the group performing to backing tools) having a assortment of live and studio room a cappella shows through the 1980s finally viewing issuance in 1998. The group remained together for nearly 50 years, their rates finally decimated from the fatalities of Lillian Jones, Ruth Youngblood and Clara Anderson in the middle-1990s, putting a finish to 1 of Memphis’ longest-running, & most unique, gospel performing units.