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Charles L. Emery - How I Got Over Obscure Black Gospel 45 4:31. Rev. Charles L. Emery - Precious Lord Spiritual 45 4:12.
Precious Lord (Part One)" backed with "Precious Lord (Part Two)" followed in 1959. These four tracks, with the addition of "There Is a Fountain Filled with Blood", were released on side one of the 1956 album, Spirituals. This was reissued by Battle Records in 1962 under the same title. In 1965, Checker Records released Songs of Faith, featuring the five tracks from the 1956 Spirituals album, with the addition of four previously unreleased recordings. Franklin's debut Atlantic album, I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You, also became commercially successful, later going gold. Franklin scored two more top-ten singles in 1967, including "Baby I Love You" and "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman". Her rapport with producer Jerry Wexler helped in the creation of the majority of Franklin's peak recordings with Atlantic.
Ray Charles is the first release on LP by American pianist, vocalist, and band leader Ray Charles. Originally released in 1957 on Atlantic Records, it was re-released as Hallelujah I Love Her So in 1962. Many of the tracks had been hit singles for Ray Charles in the preceding years, notably "Mess Around" in 1953, "A Fool for You" and "I Got A Woman" in 1955, "Drown In My Own Tears" and "Hallelujah I Love Her So" in 1956. All songs written by Ray Charles except as indicated.
How I Got Over is the ninth studio album by American hip hop band The Roots, released June 22, 2010 on Def Jam Recordings. It was produced primarily by band members Black Thought, Questlove, Dice Raw, and Rick Friedrich. The album has a subtle, somber sound and features lyrics concerning themes of existentialism, perseverance, and modern society. A hip hop album, its music also draws on indie rock, soul, funk, gospel, and neo soul styles.
9. Walking To Jerusalem. More Today Than Yesterday. 20. A Whiter Shade Of Pale (Live @ Fillmore West). Precious Lord, take my hand. Lead me on, let me stand. I am tired, I am weak, and worn. Through the storm, through the night, Lead me on to the light. Take my hand, precious Lord, Lead me home. When my way grows drear, Precious Lord, lead me near, When my life is almost gone. Hear my cry, hear my call.
How Great Thou Art Lyrics. 7. What A Friend We Have In Jesus Lyrics. About Precious Lord. Precious Lord Q&A. More Al Green albums.
Lyrics to "Lionheart" song by Gareth Emery & Ashley Wallbridge: I'm bent but not broken, the edges frayed We drift out of focus, our separate ways I see a way out . .Gareth Emery & Ashley Wallbridge Lyrics. I'm bent but not broken, the edges frayed We drift out of focus, our separate ways I see a way out and I call your name. I want us to be brave Swim under the waves Dance around volcanoes And give all that it takes Oh I am not afraid There's no room for fear In my lionheart. My lionheart Will light up in the dark My lionheart.
The lyrics were written by the Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey, who also adapted the melody. Many notable musicians have recorded "Take My Hand, Precious Lord". It was recorded by Mahalia Jackson on Tuesday March 27, 1956, on the album Bless This House (Columbia Records CL 899) with The Fall-Jones Ensemble: Mildred Falls (piano), Ralph Jones (organ) . Black, Brown and Beige.
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