Vancouver vocal trio the Sojourners appear regularly with singer-guitarist Jim Byrnes, and here they get their own time and space to perform a rousing set of new and traditional gospel songs. Marcus Mosely, Ron Small and Will Sanders sing sweet harmonies, sometimes alternating the lead voice on each verse of a song. All three gentlemen have been around a while, and their musical influences span generations. Lead Me Guide Me and Nobody Can Turn Me Around both have 1950s elements, the latter using that "bump-bump bump, bump-bump bump" beat so popular 50 years ago. When I Die, on the other hand, sets the way-back machine to the 1970s; both the vocals and the electric instruments belong in something the O-Jays would record. And the guitar-heavy The Neighborhood has the bite of ZZ Top. The backing band shines as brightly as the vocalists. Special mention goes to guitarist, producer and label owner Steve Dawson, who, playing a number of stringed instruments, adds just the right colours to the sound palette.