Browsing Archives of - 2014 July

Tommy Ellison – “Let This Be a Lesson to You (Drunk Driver)”

Tommy Ellison – “Let This Be a Lesson to You (Drunk Driver)”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Alcohol and gasoline do not mix! The high price in human life and property damage that drunken drivers cause each year is ample proof of this often stated fact. Now directed by the Holy Spirit, Tommy Ellison & The Five Singing Stars put to music the brutality and misery the... Read More »

Bob Welch – “French Kiss”

Bob Welch – “French Kiss”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: A few things about this album, firstly, I got the sleeve pictured above as a filler for another record I bought online years ago – the record was not included. I had never purchased a copy online or anything. Then a couple weeks back, I found this... Read More »

Dr. Al Lacy – “Clyde Hyde: The Mean Little Kid”

Dr. Al Lacy – “Clyde Hyde: The Mean Little Kid”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “The AL LACY – MACK EVANS CRUSADE TEAM is a regular feature at Calvary Heights. We have them in our church on a regular basis, year after year. The combination of Mr. Evan’s heart felt singing and Dr. Lacy’s powerful preaching always produces the salvation of precious souls and a... Read More »

The Louvin Brothers – “Satan is Real”

The Louvin Brothers – “Satan is Real”The Sleeve: The Gatefold: The Cover Blurb: “Inspiring generations with some of the finest harmonies ever recorded, The Louvin Brothers’ 1959 classic Satan is Real features Ira and Charlie singing high lonesome country, angelic melodies, and dark Southern gospel. Includes “The Christian Life” as covered by the Byrds & Gram Parsons on their seminal 1968... Read More »

Willie Nelson – “Georgia On My Mind”

Willie Nelson – “Georgia On My Mind”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Willie Nelson was raised by his grandparents who taught him to play a few chords on the guitar. After discharge from the U.S. Air Force in the early fifties he settled in Waco, Texas working as a salesman before becoming a radio announcer and hosting country shows. His classic songs... Read More »

The Edgar Winter Group – “They Only Come Out at Night”

The Edgar Winter Group – “They Only Come Out at Night”The Sleeve: The Gatefold: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: I know the Edgar Winter Group was like a huge thing in the 70’s, not just for the fact Edgar is an albino – but they had a lot of good tracks. The album opens with “Hangin’ Around” – and hey, it’s not so bad!... Read More »

Lowell Mason – “Little Lowell Sings Praise the Lord!”

Lowell Mason – “Little Lowell Sings Praise the Lord!”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Little Lowell Mason has been called the “Singing Midget” because of his unique height of 46 inches.  Little Lowell began singing on radio at the early age of only 9 years. He became a regular member of The Children’s Bible Hour radio broadcast out of Grand Rapids, Michigan and continued... Read More »