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Five Blind Boys of Alabama: Collection - 1948 - 1951

Jesus Love Devine
See Everybody's Mother but Mine
What Manner of Man is this
What More Can Jesus do
Don't Wonder About Him
I Want My Crown
By and By
I've an Intrest Over There
Living on Mother's Prayer
Right to the Tree of Life
Anyhow
When the Roll is Called Up Yonder
Death Has Taken Mother Home
Honey in the Rock
In the Vinyard
Power of the Lord
Jesus Won't Deny Me
Mother's Song
All the Days of my Life
Blessed be the Name
All I Have is Gone
Gonna Have A Good Time
Good Religion
No More Tears No More Dying
Come Over Here
Since Mother's Been Gone
Canaan Land
Leave Your Burdens There

One of the most influential gospel acts of all time, The Fiveblind Boys Of Alabama, have been performing and recording now for almost 60 years. Today they are at the height of their fame with world tours and best selling CDs as well as the support of rock stars such as Peter Gabriel. This collection gathers together 28 tracks recorded from 1948-51, many of which were hits in the gospel market at the time, "Honetin The Rock" and "Come Over Here" being the most notable. This is the perfect introduction to the early days of one of gospel's most important groups. The package comes with a 12 page booklet including notes by the renowned gospel expert "Opal Louis Nations."

Item code: 2253C | 1 CD | $14.95 |add item to cart
Gospel  | Primarily a cappella | Male
ACBT4204.2

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