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Blue Ridge Gospel Singers / Old Southern Sacred Singers - 'Twill Be Glory Bye And Bye / Will My Mother Know Me There? album mp3

Blue Ridge Gospel Singers / Old Southern Sacred Singers - 'Twill Be Glory Bye And Bye / Will My Mother Know Me There? album mp3

Performer: Blue Ridge Gospel Singers
Title: 'Twill Be Glory Bye And Bye / Will My Mother Know Me There?
Style: Gospel
Category: Country, Folk
Album rating: 4.7
Votes: 940
Size MP3: 1623 mb
Size FLAC: 1387 mb
Size WMA: 1682 mb
Other formats: VOC DMF DTS AA APE XM WAV

Tracklist

A Blue Ridge Gospel Singers 'Twill Be Glory Bye And Bye
B Old Southern Sacred Singers Will My Mother Know Me There?

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Brunswick Radio Corporation

Credits

  • Fiddle [Uncredited] – Bert Hirsch (tracks: A)
  • Organ [Uncredited] – Unknown Artist (tracks: B)
  • Piano [Uncredited] – William Wirges (tracks: A)
  • Vocals [Uncredited] – Buell Kazee (tracks: A), Lester McFarland (tracks: B), Lester O'Keefe , Robert A. Gardner (tracks: B), Wilfred Glenn (tracks: B)

Notes

Side A recorded 20 April 1927 in New York, NY.
Side B recorded 20 June 1929 in New York, NY.

Credits, recording dates and matrices reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 2101 38
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 2101-

Topics 78rpm, country, gospel, old time, 1920s, Bill from Ellerslie's record collection. Brunswick 357 Recorded in June of 1929. Sacred singing with organ.

it ain't easy to forget (as the flames grow higher higher higher) I try to live off what I see Well is having faith just a blinding trust? (Does it only succeed if it's testing us?) Get out, outta my head 3x Get out, outta my head 3x I've thought about this for way too long (we all make.

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