Wally Fowler - The Call Of The Cross album flac
Title: The Call Of The Cross
Style: Gospel, Bluegrass
MP3 album: 1543 mb
FLAC album: 1168 mb
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Genre: Folk and Country
Wally Fowler - Shadow of the Cross 02:16. Wally Fowler - Jezebel 02:20. Wally Fowler - God Has My Fortune 03:12. Wally Fowler - Valley of Decision 02:45. Wally Fowler - Out of the Wilderness 02:23. Wally Fowler - Prayer Partners 02:23. Wally Fowler - Light In The Way 02:03. Gospel Music Hall of Fame Series - Wally Fowler and The Oak Ridge Boys Quartet - 47 Songs of Faith - The Oak Ridge Boys Quartet, Wally Fowler.
A A Wonderful Time Up There B Call Of The Cross.
WALLY is a Symphonic Prog, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. But they caught the attention of a judge of the contest called Bob Harris, who got them a contract with Atlantic Records, and with the support of Rick Wakeman co-produced their debut self titled album in 1974.
John Wallace "Wally" Fowler (February 15, 1917 – June 3, 1994) was an American Southern gospel music singer, manager, and music promoter and businessman. He founded the Oak Ridge Quartet, a gospel act that eventually became the Oak Ridge Boys; and popularized all-night gospel sings. An accomplished songwriter in both the country music and gospel fields, Fowler's composition "Wasted Years" became a gospel music standard. He was known as The Man with a Million Friends and Mr. Gospel Music. Update this biography Complete biography of Wally Fowler .
Fowler once worked in a florist’s to support the family and began singing in the Harmony Quartet. In 1936, he became lead singer with the John Daniel Quartet, whose repertoire varied from gospel to variety songs and moved to Lubbock, Texas. He began to write songs and first sang his popular ‘I’m Sending You Red Roses’ (a number 2 hit for Jimmy Wakely in 1944) in Dallas. In 1940, the quartet relocated to Nashville, where they played on WSM and the Grand Ole Opry. After Red Foley continually introduced them as ‘Wally Fowler And His Oak Ridge Boys’, the name became permanent and the quartet became one of the country’s most popular gospel groups. Fowler left them in 1952 but in 1970, after many personnel changes, the group turned to country music and have since registered many chart hits and won many awards.
Wally Fowler, a songwriter, singer and concert promoter who was known as Mr. Gospel Music, drowned on Friday. He was 77. Mr. Fowler had been fishing from a dock on Dale Hollow Lake, northeast of Nashville, and was found floating in the water. His daughter Hope Kimmer said he might have suffered a heart attack. Fowler was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 1988. Among the songs he wrote were Eddy Arnold's first million-selling record, "That's How Much I Love You," and "I Couldn't Believe It Was True," recorded by Willie Nelson in 1974 . Continue reading the main story.
|A1||The Call Of The Cross|
|A2||Singin' Camp Meetin' Style|
|A3||The Signs By The Side Of The Road|
|A6||Let Me Walk, Let Me Talk|
|B1||Just Over The Hill|
|B2||Somewhere A Voice Is Calling|
|B3||Don't Be Afraid|
|B4||As An Eagle Stirreth Her Nest|
|B5||Journey Of No Return|
|B6||Down In The Valley Of Prayer|
|LAT 8276||Wally Fowler||The Call Of The Cross (LP, Album)||Brunswick||LAT 8276||UK||Unknown|