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The Blue Ridge Quartet - I Saw A Man / Open Up Your Heart & Let The Sunshine In FLAC

The Blue Ridge Quartet - I Saw A Man / Open Up Your Heart & Let The Sunshine In FLAC
  • Performer The Blue Ridge Quartet
  • Title I Saw A Man / Open Up Your Heart & Let The Sunshine In
  • Date of release 1953
  • Country US
  • Style Gospel
  • Label Gotham
  • Catalog number G-441
  • Other formats Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
  • Genre Folk
  • Size MP3 1697 mb
  • Size FLAC 2687 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 233

Tracklist

1I Saw A Man
2Open Up Your Heart & Let The Sunshine In

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
45-5002Blue Ridge Quartet I Saw A Man ‎(7", Single)Record Of The Month45-5002USUnknown

Companies

  • Record Company – Gotham Record Corp.

Album

Текст песни: My mother told me something that everyone should know Its all about the devil and I learned to hate him so She said he causes trouble when you let him in the room He will never ever leave you if your heart is filled with bloom. So let the sunhine in, face it with a grin. My mother told me something that everyone should know Its all about the devil and I learned to hate him so She said he causes trouble when you let him in the room He will never ever leave you if your heart is filled with bloom. Open up your Heart And let the Sunshine in. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Текст песни: My mother told me something that everyone should know Its all about the devil and I learned to hate him so She said he causes trouble when you let him in the room He will never ever leave you if your heart is filled with. Open up Your Heart and Let the Sunshine In is a popular song. It was written by Stuart Hamblen. The song was published in 1954. The biggest hit version in the United States was a recording by the Cowboy Church Sunday School peaking at 8 on the Billboard charts in the United Kingdom, by Joan Regan and her son Rusty. Another US recording was made by the McGuire Sisters. From the 1956 album, It Is No Secret. Mama taught me this song as a child. So let the sunshine in, face it with a grin. Smilers never lose and told me something A little kid should know It's all about the devil And I've learned to hate him so She said he causes trouble When you let him in the room He will never ever leave you If your heart is filled with gloom. So let the sun shine in Face it with a grin Smilers never lose And frowners never win So let the sun shine in Face it with a grin Open up your heart and let the sun shine in. When you are unhappy The devil wears a grin But oh, he starts to running When the light comes pouring in I know he'll be unhappy Cause I'll never wear a frown Maybe if we keep on. mp3 album size: 1612 mb. ape album size: 1843 mb. wma album size. The Blue Ridge Quartet Gospel US. Download links. The Blue Ridge Quartet - I Saw A Man, Open Up Your Heart & Let The Sunshine In MP3 ZIP archive. The Blue Ridge Quartet - I Saw A Man, Open Up Your Heart & Let The Sunshine In FLAC ZIP archive. I Saw A Man. Open Up Your Heart & Let The Sunshine In. Companies, etc. Record Company Gotham Record Corp. Blue Ridge Quartet - On the Wings of A Dove. Blue Ridge Quartet Where No One Stands Alone. When George Younce left the group to join the Cathedral Quartet in 1964, Burl Strevel returned to sing bass. Shortly after, former Sunshine Boys member Fred Daniel replaced Ed Sprouse at the tenor position. When Elmo Fagg retired in 1968, he was replaced by Laverne Tripp. The 1970s saw the beginning of several years of unprecedented chart success and group popularity. Don Seabolt replaced Fred Daniel in 1972 and Jim Wood also filled the lead slot later in the decade. The Blue Ridge Quartet 1946 1985 was organized by Frank Stamps's Stamps Quartet Music Company of Texas. They started in Raleigh, North Carolina, but ultimately settled in Spartanburg, South Carolina. When they began in Raleigh at the beginning of 1946 they operated out of radio station WRAL. Eiland and Roseberry were former members of the Stamps-Baxter Lone Star Quartet, also headquartered in Raleigh. After a short time Elmo Fagg and Jack Taylor, both from the Lone Star Quartet, joined them. It wasn't long before Wayne Roseberry left and Everett Payne became the baritone singer. 사이트