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Brother Joe May / Annette May - Going Home / Consider Me Album
Brother Joe May / Annette May - Going Home / Consider Me Album
Performer: Brother Joe May / Annette May
Title: Going Home / Consider Me
Label: Specialty
Country: US
Released: 1956
Style: Gospel
Cat: SP-888-45
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2869 mb | MP3 size: 1627 mb | WMA size: 2735 mb
Genre: Blues
Tracklist

1Annette MayConsider Me2:36
2Brother Joe MayGoing Home2:27

Album

Remarks by Brother,Joe May Consider Me-Annette May The Great 1955 Shrine Me. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Consider Me. Overview . Also Performed By . Attributes . Appears On. Brother Joe May. Thunderbolt of the Middle West. Specialty Records. Read about Consider Me from Brother Joe May's Thunderbolt of the Middle West and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Dubbed The Thunderbolt of the Middle West by his mentor, the legendary Willie Mae Ford Smith, Brother Joe May was arguably the greatest male soloist in the history of gospel music a tenor whose dramatic sense of showmanship was surpassed only by his unparalleled command of vocal dynamics and projection, he possessed a voice of unimaginable range and power, moving from a whisper. to a scream without the slightest suggestion of effort. Текст песни: I know youre tryin to be a big girl And keep the tears from your eyes And its going to be a little hard To lift your head up also releases of Brother Joe May, Annette May: Click to release cover to see details: That's Enough. There Must Be A Heaven Somewhere. The page does not contains any audio, text, video media material, protected by copyright law and does not contains any illegal MP3 content. If you want to get acquainted with the music, buy from authorized distributors. BROTHER JOE MAY: harder is my fight, been in the war so long. NASHBORO 869. some label wear. Item 280213 Black Gospel 45. BROTHER JOE MAY: do you know him, the day is past and gone. On its face, the album is based on a humble enough premise: siblings Charles May and Annette May Thomas pay a loving tribute to their father, legendary gospel singer Brother Joe May, known affectionately in the gospel world as the Thunderbolt of the Middle West. As the albums title insists, the sibling duo interpret a six-minute medley of songs their father made famous. The rest of the album, though, finds Charles May at the helm, arranging, producing and writing tracks such as Satisfied, a minimalist, conga-driven track that, removed from its sanctified subject matter, could fit right at. Brother Joe May November 9, 1912 July 14, 1972 was an American gospel singer. He was sometimes billed as The Thunderbolt of the Middle West, and has been described as arguably the greatest male soloist in the history of gospel music. a voice of unimaginable range and power, moving from a whisper to a scream without the slightest suggestion of effort