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The Welch Chorale, James B. Welch - Promised Land (A Treasury Of American Folk Music From All Four Corners Of The Land) Album

The Welch Chorale, James B. Welch - Promised Land (A Treasury Of American Folk Music From All Four Corners Of The Land) Album

Performer: The Welch Chorale, James B. Welch
Title: Promised Land (A Treasury Of American Folk Music From All Four Corners Of The Land)
Style: Folk
Cat#: LL 64
Country: US
Label: Lyrichord
Size MP3 version: 1506 mb
Size FLAC version: 2390 mb
Size WMA version: 2322 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 400
Genre: Folk & World

The Welch Chorale, James B. Welch - Promised Land (A Treasury Of American Folk Music From All Four Corners Of The Land) Album


Tracklist

1Li'l Liza Jane
2Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
3Promised Land
4Gonna Ride Up In The Chariot
5Poor Wayfarin' Stranger
6Oh! Susanna
7Steal Away
8The Lone Prairie
9Lamentation Over Boston
10Shenandoah
11I Have A Mother
12Were You There?
13Jesus Born In Bethlea
14Nelly Bly
15O Mary, Don't You Weep!
16Cousin Jedidiah
17Bethlehem
18Ol' Ark's A-Moverin
19Charlottown

Credits

  • ChoirWelch Chorale
  • Directed ByJames B. Welch

Companies

  • Record Company – Lyrichord Discs, Inc.

Album

Welch Chorale James B. Promised Land 2. Charlottown 3. Shenandoah 4. Cousin Jedidiah 5. Jesus Born In Bethlea 6. Nelly Bly 7. Ol' Ark's A-Moverin 8. Oh Susanna 9. Poor Wayfarin' Stranger 10. O Mary, Don't You Weep 11. I Have A Mother 12. Li'l Liza Jane 13. The Lone Prairie 14. lp promised-land-a-treasury-of-american-folk welch-chorale-james-b-welch. ark:13960t5fc39k6c. Изучайте релизы James B. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от James B. Welch на маркетплейсе : Folk, World, & Country Album: Promised Land - A Treasury Of American Folk Music From All Four Corners Of The Land Country: US Style: Folk MP3 version RAR size: 1240 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1174 mb WMA version RAR size: 1984 mb Rating: 4. 5 Votes: 638 Other Formats: APE MP3 AHX WAV TTA MP1 MIDI. Directed By James B. Welch Performer Welch Chorale. Promised Land is a song lyric written by Chuck Berry to the melody of Wabash Cannonball, an American folk song. The song was first recorded in this version by Chuck Berry in 1964 for his album St. Louis to Liverpool. Released in December, 1964, it was Berry's first single issued following his prison term for a Mann Act conviction. The record peaked at 41 in the Billboard charts on January 16, 1965. One would expect nothing other than beauty and grace from these four revered players, and that's what they deliver, aided by the Audiophoric label's m-phoric recording technology, designed to capture live acoustic performance with exceptional fidelity. You'll need to increase your volume and give your ears a chance to adjust. There's a bit of Coltrane and Joe Henderson in Land's playing - and perhaps a bit of Charlie Rouse, too, as Monk's Ugly Beauty reveals. Текст песни: Bred from the bowels Sheep one and all Bound by the doctrine of lies To fucked human shit, I shout blasphemy. Promised Land. Harold Land Quartet - Promised Land 2000. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Harold Land Quartet. Songs in album Harold Land Quartet - Promised Land 2000. Harold Land Quartet - Inner Voice. Harold Land Quartet - Ugly Beauty. Harold Land Quartet - Dark Mood. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Promised Land is not highly ideological - some will find his questioning of the Marshall Plan's success and attack on foreign aid infuriating. Others will be unhappy with his assertion that the US is perhaps well served by its participation in the UN and Nato, as long as the USs ability to act unilaterally when necessary is not impeded. In perhaps the most interesting revision of the entire book, he repudidates the notion that America has ever been an isolationist nation, saying that it really was a concern for our ability to act unilaterally that was at issue and points to a long history of interventionism to protect US interests dating back to Jefferson and the Barbary Pirates. Welch himself was more circumspect. My success will be determined by how well my successor grows it in the next 20 years, he said at a management conference that year. Eighteen years later, with this weeks announcement that Mr. Welchs handpicked successor, Jeffrey R. Immelt, would step down as G. s chief executive, the verdict would appear to be in. Immelt tacitly repudiated the Welch model himself, moving to dismantle parts of the sprawling G. empire by getting rid of NBCUniversal and the once-too-big-to-fail GE Capital. He promised a comprehensive review of all G. businesses to be carried out with speed, urgency and no constraints