Beth Cherem Singers - My Lord What A Morning album flac
- Performer: Beth Cherem Singers
- Title: My Lord What A Morning
- Size FLAC ver: 1390 mb
- Style: Gospel
- Other formats: MP4 VQF MP2 AA ADX ASF FLAC
- Genre: Country - Folk
- Rating: 4.1 of 5
|A1||It's Any How|
|A2||Roll Jordan Roll|
|A3||My Lord What A Morning|
|A4||Swing Low Sweet Chariot|
|A5||Old Time Religion|
|A6||Nobody Knows The Trouble I Have Seen|
|A7||Get On Board|
|B2||Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child|
|B3||Didn't It Rain|
|B4||Where You There|
|B6||Down By The Riverside|
|B7||Go Down Mozes|
By Harry T. Burleigh, Kilbourne Singers, Worthington Kilbourne High School, Larry Griffin Conductor.
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Early Morning Rain," sometimes styled as "Early Mornin' Rain," is a song written, composed, and recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot. The song appears on his 1966 debut album Lightfoot! and, in a re-recorded version, on the 1975 compilation Gord's Gold. Lightfoot wrote and composed the song in 1964, but its genesis took root during his 1960 sojourn in Westlake, Los Angeles.