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Their second album, "Love Will Go All the Way", was released in 1998 which included a few songs from their first album and set the stage for their third album, released in 2000, named "Good Time". This reached the Top Ten of Billboard's gospel albums chart in November.

In 2005, they released their fifth album titled "Tell the Angels" in Memphis again. In 2006, they released a compilation of songs with the album's name being "Soulful Healing". In the 2000's they went to SoulLink Live! then the second one, then the third. In 2007, they released "So Much To Be Thankful For". They did a few other compilation albums including, " My Brother's Keeper", and "The Collection" in 2009. In 2009, they released their seventh actual album titled "Fall On Me". They let a member from the first two albums named Roger McKinney sing background vocals on one song called "Another Chance". In 2010, they released another compilation album titled " Through The Years". In 2011, they released their eighth actual album titled "Living On The Lord's Side" at the Greater Travelers Rest Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, which again had songs from Jesus Is Alive And Well. It had a few songs from Good Time, and a few other songs from older albums that were re-recorded in updated versions. They let Willie Ligon sing one song called "Call Him". In 2015, they made their last album, another compilation titled "Memphis Gospel, Live!" (Source:

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Known for his voice and foot-tapping style, Williams and the group performed across the U.S. for decades before finding national success in the 1990s and 2000s with hits such as "Good Time," "I've Learned to Lean," "Love Will Go All The Way," "I Can't Give Up" and more. Funeral arrangements will be known for next

abcnews.go.com)Known for his deep baritone voice and cool stoic style, Williams and the group performed for decades before finding national success in the 1990s with their first hit, “I’ve Learned to Lean," according to the Daily Journal. (Source:Several successful albums followed in the 1990s and 2000s. (Source:week. (Source:

Multiple successful albums followed in the 1990s and 2000s. (Source: abcnews.go.com)

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The leader and founder of the Stellar Award-winning Spiritual QC's has passed away.Tupelo-native Lee Williams died on Monday morning from complications with dementia. Williams founded the group in the late 1960s in Tupelo, and become well-known in the gospel music industry. Known for his voice and foot-tapping style, Williams and the group performed across the U.S. for decades before finding national success in the 1990s and 2000s with hits such as "Good Time," "I've Learned to Lean," "Love Will Go All The Way," "I Can't Give Up" and more. Funeral arrangements will be known for next week. Williams was 75 years old.

In 2010, Williams, along with the group, won the Stellar Awards’ James Cleveland Lifetime Achievement Award. (Source: www.wtva.com)

 

 

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