Jesus is Just Alright: THE DOOBIE BROTHERS

The song is on Toulouse Street which entered the Kent album chart on 4 December 1972 and peaked at #57.

Arthur Reid Reynolds

Ted Templeman

Record label of Australian release:
Warner Bros

Jesus Is Just Alright is a gospel song written by Art Reynolds and first recorded by Reynolds’ own group, The Art Reynolds Singers, on their 1966 album, Tellin’ It Like It Is.
The song’s title makes use of the American slang term “just alright”, which during the 1960s was used to describe something that was considered “cool” or “hip”.
The first cover version of the song was recorded by The Byrds on their 1969 album, Ballad of Easy Rider. The song was later recorded by The Doobie Brothers, who included it on their 1972 album, Toulouse Street.
A number of other versions have also been recorded.
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