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Bro. Will Hairston - Jesus Had A Hard Time album flac

Bro. Will Hairston - Jesus Had A Hard Time album flac Performer: Bro. Will Hairston
Title: Jesus Had A Hard Time
Style: Gospel, Rhythm & Blues, Vocal
Released: 1966
MP3 album: 1488 mb
FLAC album: 1588 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Funk and Soul

Curtis Kinnard Hairston (10 October 1961 – 18 January 1996) was an American soul/funk vocalist, who had a number of Top 75 hit singles in the UK and US, both as a solo artist and as a featured artist in the B. B. & Q. Band. Hairston's signature hit came in 1985, when he reached in the UK Singles Chart with "I Want Your Lovin' (Just a Little Bit)". A longtime sufferer of diabetes, Hairston died of related kidney failure at age 34 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in January 1996.

He is the God of our present and He’s in the future as well. To those of us who know Jesus as Savior, He has given us his Holy Spirit. And it is His Spirit who reminds us of what God says in His Word. The peace God gives us is a peace the world cannot even understand. It’s a peace that will settle our hearts and give our minds rest. 7. Cast your burden upon the LORD, and he will sustain you; he will never allow the righteous to be shaken. God understands that doubts will sometimes creep in. Even Thomas had doubts. Still, God encourages us to trust that He will sustain us. He will help steady us no matter how shaky the world gets.

Hairston's jump-shot is clearly his most translatable NBA skill. He made 73 3-pointers in 26 D-League games, not needing any time to adjust to the much further distance of the NBA 3-point line thanks to his terrific shooting mechanics and range. Hairston has a pure and beautiful stroke, with great balance and follow through, and consistent elevation which he uses effectively to create separation and get his shot off quickly in a multitude of ways. Spending most of his time guarding small forwards, like he did at North Carolina, Hairston showed very nice potential defensively this season, particularly early on when he was locked in and really focused on getting stops (something that definitely wavered as the year moved on and the reality of the D-League set in).

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Keyboardist Kenni Hairston has performed and recorded with a number of artists including Cyndi Lauper, Cameo, Elliot Easton from "The Cars", Mtume, Mutiny, Myles Jay, Network, Nona Hyndryx from "LaBelle", and Slave. His experience also includes songwriting, producing and scoring for video and film

A Hard Day's Night became their first album to consist solely of original material, and was The Beatles only release to consist solely of songs written by Lennon-McCartney. The title of A Hard Day's Night had been coined by Ringo Starr, and first appeared in John Lennon's short story Sad Michael in his first book In His Own Write. When film director Richard Lester announced it would be the title of The Beatles' first film, Lennon took up the challenge to write the theme song.


A Jesus Had A Hard Time
B March On To Montgomery

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Archer Record Pressing


  • Lacquer Cut By – WME*
  • Music By, Washboard [Uncredited] – Washboard Willie
  • Piano [Uncredited], Music By – Louise Jackson

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A runout; WMƐ (with the W above the M, beside the Ɛ), all etched): BW-123A 95 WME
  • Matrix / Runout (B runout, etched as for A runout): BW-123B 95 WME
  • Matrix / Runout (Both runouts): ARCHER (stamped, approx 1" long by 3/8" high)