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The Whitey Cantrell Singers - Working On The Building album flac

The Whitey Cantrell Singers - Working On The Building album flac Performer: The Whitey Cantrell Singers
Title: Working On The Building
Style: Gospel
Released: 1978
MP3 album: 1983 mb
FLAC album: 1950 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: TTA MP3 MOD ASF VOX VOC DXD
Genre: Folk and Country

Listen online to Brother Joe May with The Sallie Martin Singers - Working On A Building and find out more about its history, critical reception, and meaning. Connect to this site.

whitey's on the moon No hot water, no toilets, no lights But whitey's on the moon I wonder why he's upping me? Cause whitey's on the moon? Well I was already giving him fifty a week With whitey on the moon Taxes taking my whole damn check Junkies making me a nervous wreck The price of food is going up And as if all that shit wasn't enough: A rat done bit my sister Nell With whitey on the moon Her face and arm began to swell And. whitey's on the moon Was all that money I made last year For whitey on the moon? How come I ain't got no money here? Hmm! Whitey&apo.

Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Burl Cantrell Sr born 1918 Johnson County, Kentucky died 1990 Johnson County, Kentucky including ancestors + children + Y-chromosome DNA + more in the free family tree community. Burl Whitey Cantrell Sr. Born 2 May 1918 in Johnson County, Kentucky. Son of Thomas Amos Cantrell and Julia Ann (Love) Cantrell. Brother of Unnamed Infant Cantrell, Unnamed Infant Cantrell, Robert Cantrell, Linna (Cantrell) Colvin, Bryan Cantrell, Cal Cantrell, Burns Cantrell, Hazel Alta (Cantrell) Cochran, Henry Ford Cantrell and Edna Murl Cantrell. Husband of Gladys Marie (Meade) Cantrell - married 28 Jul 1938 in Johnson County, Kentucky. Father of Burl Cantrell. Died 24 Jan 1990 in Johnson County, Kentucky. Profile manager: Rita Cantrell.

Working On A Building. 2. On The Other Side. 3. Power In The Blood. Working On a Building Album.

Either way, on the eventual release of the new album itself all KS pledgers will also get a free download, as a thankyou for being part of this epic process one vinyl LP, or a single high end version of the box set are both a simplified, and swifter process. I just want to get everything signed off, cleared up and simplified to allow me to concentrate on tour rehearsals and the build up to getting this all back on the road. I'm going to apologise again for my delay, but Whitey had to take a back seat for a while there

I Don’t even remember the first guitar I bought. It was maybe a Korean-made Strat from a swap meet. I bought my first real guitar on payments when I was working in a music store in Texas – I was about 18. I still have it. It’s the one most people recognise me playing – a 1984 G&L Rampage. I Used to jam with guys who were far better than me. Probably because I was always interested in learning and getting better, so I’d try to learn from them, and it seemed to work out pretty good! They were a couple of years older than me, maybe had a band and had done gigs, and I’d hang out with them until I was on their level or surpassed them, just absorbing as much as I could. Then when I felt it was time to move on, I’d do that, until I met the guys in Alice. Grunge was never a popular word for any of us from seattle.

The King’s Singers were officially born on May 1st 1968, formed by six recently-graduated choral scholars from King’s College, Cambridge. Their vocal line-up was (by chance) two countertenors, a tenor, two baritones and a bass, and the group has never wavered from this formation since. 2018 marked the 50th birthday of the group, and to celebrate, The King’s Singers embarked upon a year-long celebration, GOLD. The group has consistently been welcomed on the world’s great stages throughout its history – from London’s Royal Albert Hall to the Opera House in Sydney or New York’s Carnegie Hall – as well as being ambassadors for musical excellence across the globe. Two Grammy® Awards, an Emmy® Award, and a place in Gramophone magazine’s inaugural Hall of Fame sit among the numerous accolades bestowed upon the group.

Tracklist

A1 Working On The Building
A2 We Do Not Die
A3 I'm Gonna See King Jesus
B1 Jesus Is Mine
B2 Even So Come Quickly, Lord Jesus
C1 'Til You've Been Born Again
C2 Working On The Building (Reprise)
C3 He Touched Me
D1 I'm Special To Jesus
D2 Standing On The Solid Rock
D3 That Day When I Get There