Music with good gospel choir

This might sound kinda weird, but most of what I say sounds weird so...
I have really gotten into choral music lately. I bought a couple of the Cantus CDs at CES, and I really like them a lot! I have also been listening to Bob Dylan's "Saved" lp for the great backup singers. U2's Rattle and Hum has a great version of "I still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" with a gospel choir. I have a few other artists an long this vein, such as Babbie Mason. I love it!

Do you know of anything else that might be along the same lines?
Try Ben Harper and the Blind Boys of Alabama, awesome. This is one of my fav releases from last year. Good songs, great singing, well recorded and gospel influenced but simply a gem to hear....enjoy.
This might go too far in one direction but look for The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
Try the Fairfield Four (also from AL I think). There are actually 5 of them. Really cool sounding and allows an excellent assessment of soundstage quality. Best choral music I own. Arthur
HOw about Ladysmith Black Mombazo, South African male vocal group with several albums, who backed Paul Simon on Graceland. If you ever get a chance to hear them sing, do not miss it. An experience that cannot be described. Also how about the Persuasions, a capella male vocal group.
I highly recommend Fairfield Four's "Standing in the Safety Zone". Especially the song "Roll Jordan Roll" which they sing with the Nashville Bluegrass Band. Great fidelity too.
Try ARC Choir (Addicts recovery choir) from Mapleshade. Also, Psalms from Turtle Creek Chorale (ReferenceRecordings). I especially recommend the Mapleshade cd.

I have to second bluenose's suggestion on the Ben Harper and the Blind Boys of Alabama. This is an excellent recording that has found itself in my transport many times already.
This also might be far in 1 direction, but he is very good. Richard Smallwood. His recent christian gospel live recordings feature choirs and symphony orchestras.
For an authentic southern gospel choir, it is hard to beat the Mississippi Mass Choir.
I'm still looking for the Blind Boys of Alabama, but I did get a Ladysmith Black Mumbazo(SP?) LP. Haven't listened to it yet, but I'm looking forward to getting the humidity high enough in my room to listen to LPs again.
I agree on the Fairfield Four and "Standing in the Safety Zone! Isaac "Dickie" Freeman, the bass, has an incredible range and tonal richness that will wake up your ears and woofers.

These guys are on a comeback after "retiring" in 1950, following recording, having a daily national broadcast, and touring.

Try their CD, "Wreckin' The House", which is the only one that is recorded live. (Dead Reckoning Records)