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The Five Blind Boys Of Alabama 1948-1951

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catalog number: CDACM4204

weight in Kg 0,100

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The Five Blind Boys Of Alabama: 1948-1951

(2006/ACROBAT) 28 tracks 1948-51
 

Songs

The Five Blind Boys Of Alabama - 1948-1951 Medium 1
1: Jesus Love Devine
2: See Everybody's Mother But Mine
3: What Mann Of Man Is This
4: What More Can Jesus Do
5: Don't Wonder About Him
6: I Want My Crown
7: By And By
8: I've An Interest Over There
9: Living On Mother's Prayer
10: Right To The Tree Of Life
11: Anyhow
12: When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
13: Death Has Take Mother Home
14: Honey In The Rock
15: In The Vineyard
16: Power Of The Lord
17: Jesus Won't Deny Me
18: Mother's Song
19: All The Days Of My Life
20: Blessed Be The Name
21: All I Have Is Gone
22: Gonna Have A Good Time
23: Good Religion
24: No More Tears, No More Dying
25: Come Over Here
26: Since Mother's Been Gone
27: Canaan Land
28: Leave Your Burdens There

 

Artikeleigenschaften von The Five Blind Boys Of Alabama: 1948-1951

  • Interpret: The Five Blind Boys Of Alabama

  • Albumtitel: 1948-1951

  • Format CD
  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre R&B / Soul
  • Music Style Gospel
  • Music Sub-Genre 253 Gospel
  • Title 1948-1951
  • Release date 2006
  • Label ACROBAT

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Soul

  • EAN: 0824046420420

  • weight in Kg 0.100
 
 

Artist description "Five Blind Boys Of Alabama, The"

Group members: Clarence Fountain and The Reverend Samuel K. Lewis, leads,
George Scott, tenor: Olice Thomas, baritone,  Johnny Fields, bass.
It is often said that the blind have a special gift for music. It is also probable that many blind people experience religion a little more deeply than the rest of us, as the presence of God brings light into their darkness. It is only natural, then, that the Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama should sing Gospel music with peerless musical skill and incredible religious power. Their lead singers. Clarence Fountain and the Rev. Samuel K. Lewis, are famed everywhere for the force and freedom of their spiritual expression.


Their prayers and praise to the Lord can inspire all of us, cheering the sorrowful and refreshing the weary. Meanwhile, the grace and precision of the whole quintet will thrill every listener, while satisfying the most demanding musiclover. The Five Blind Boys began singing together while attending a school for the blind in Alabama. They soon became so popular in the area that they decided to stay together after graduation. A succession of tours spread their fame across the nation, and soon the Blind Boys were famous on records as well.

 
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