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Various Artists - Bluegrass: Top 20 Gospel Songs of the Century flac mp3
Performer:
Various Artists
Album:
Bluegrass: Top 20 Gospel Songs of the Century
Style:
Bluegrass-Gospel,Gospel,Country Gospel
Date of release:
April 18, 2006
Duration:
58:28
FLAC vers. size:
1696 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1873 mb
WMA vers. size:
1338 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.8 ★
Votes:
362

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Daniel Prayed G.T. "Dad" Speer Patty Loveless 2:48
2 You Don't Love God If You Don't Love Your Neighbor Carl Story Rhonda Vincent 2:59
3 Rank Stranger Ricky Skaggs 3:05
4 In His Arms I'm Not Afraid Homer Eanes 3:40
5 Across the Miles Karen Staley 4:40
6 Standing by the Bedside of a Neighbor Roosevelt Fenoy The Cox Family 3:05
7 On the Sea of Life Doyle Lawson / Quicksilver 2:08
8 Heaven's Bright Shore Alison Krauss / Union Station 3:06
9 Cryin' Holy J.D. Crowe 2:18
10 Get in Line Brother Lester Flatt Marty Stuart 2:29
11 Green Pastures Brian Ahern Emmylou Harris 3:10
12 The Old Crossroads Tony Rice / Ricky Skaggs 2:44
13 Children Go Where I Send Thee Marshall Family 2:04
14 A Beautiful Life William Lee Golden Bill Monroe 2:28
15 Prayer Bells of Heaven Jimmy Martin 2:36
16 Angel Band The Stanley Brothers 2:18
17 I'm Using My Bible for a Road Map Don Reno / Charles Schroeder Reno & Smiley 2:33
18 Take Me in a Life Boat Frank Southern Flatt & Scruggs 2:15
19 What Would You Give in Exchange for Your Soul Charlie Monroe 3:11
20 Will the Circle Be Unbroken A.P. Carter The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 4:51

Credits

Brian Ahern - Composer
A.P. Carter - Composer
The Cox Family - Primary Artist
J.D. Crowe - Primary Artist
Homer Eanes - Composer
Roosevelt Fenoy - Composer
Flatt & Scruggs - Primary Artist
Lester Flatt - Composer
William Lee Golden - Composer
Debbie Harding - Production Coordination
Ken Harding - Executive Producer
Emmylou Harris - Primary Artist
Alison Krauss - Primary Artist
Doyle Lawson - Arranger, Primary Artist
Randy LeRoy - Mastering
Patty Loveless - Primary Artist
Marshall Family - Primary Artist
Jimmy Martin - Arranger, Primary Artist
Gaylea McDougal - A&R
Bill Monroe - Primary Artist
Charlie Monroe - Primary Artist
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Primary Artist
Quicksilver - Primary Artist
Reno & Smiley - Primary Artist
Don Reno - Composer
Tony Rice - Primary Artist
Charles Schroeder - Composer
Ricky Skaggs - Primary Artist
Frank Southern - Composer
G.T. "Dad" Speer - Composer
Karen Staley - Composer
The Stanley Brothers - Primary Artist
Ralph Stanley - Arranger
Carl Story - Composer
Marty Stuart - Primary Artist
Union Station - Primary Artist
Rhonda Vincent - Primary Artist
Charles Waller - Arranger
Jon Weisberger - Liner Notes
Paul Williams - Arranger
Robert Yates - Arranger