This is a detailed discography for American country music singer Johnny Paycheck. Paycheck initially recorded some singles under the name of Donny Young before releasing a few singles on Hilltop and then a string of albums with Little Darlin' Records in the mid-60s. In 1971 he signed with Epic Records and stayed with the label for over 10 years
The Manson Family Album is the first studio recording by American rock band Marilyn Manson, and a precursor to their debut studio album, 1994's Portrait of an American Family. It was produced by Roli Mosimann, and is composed of original takes and mixes of songs which would later be found on their debut album
An English speaking band from Montreal, Quebec that started life in 1967 under the name Johnny Peace featuring Marandola and Arcand.
Give Me Jesus, Holy Holy Holy, How Great Is Our God, 04:38. Oh, The Cross, 04:09. That's How Much I Need a Saviour, I Come Broken, 04:44.
Twelve years later, Little Darlin' owner and producer Aubrey Mayhew reissued most of this album, along with one outtake, just as Paycheck's star was rising during the salad days of outlaw country, but this new record, which was blessed with the wonderful title Jesus and the Outlaw, didn't have the original, unadorned masters. Jesus and the Outlaw ran just eight tracks, seven of which were on Gospel Time, so there's heavy repetition on this set (however, "The Day Is Almost Over," which appears on Jesus, but not Gospel Time, is not present in its original undubbed master, even if there was plenty of room for it here on this 60-minute disc), but since the.
|A2||Jesus Christ Is His Name||2:01|
|A3||Before This Time Another Year||3:43|
|A4||Farther On Up The Road||2:17|
|A5||Medley: Without God/Amazing Grace||3:38|
|B1||Lord, Help Me Today||4:40|
|B2||We're Gonna Serve The Lord||2:58|
|B3||Wondering What Tommorow Will Bring||3:00|
|B4||Thanking The Lord||2:36|
|B5||Is The Lord Satisfied||3:51|
- Producer, Mixed By – Woody Richardson