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Thursday, October 25, 2012

What A Morning - Sherman Tomes Trio

Why Me Lord
What A Morning
Sherman Tomes Trio
Venus Productions - Louisville, Kentucky
Fultz Recording Studio - Fairdale, Kentucky

Friday, October 19, 2012

Molly O'Day Sings Again

King Jesus Will Roll All Burdens Away
Molly O'Day Sings Again
REM Records - Lexington, Kentucky
REM LP 1001

The Living Legend Of Country Music
Molly O'Day
With Her Own 5-String Banjo Accompaniment
Producer: Bob Mooney
Album Jacket: Dan Quest and Suzanne Mathis
Starday SLP 367

From the back cover of SLP 367: Molly O'Day helped make a lot of Country Music history a few years ago when she was perhaps the most popular Country girl singer of the time. She had a long string of hits including Thirty Pieces Of Silver, Tramp On The Street, Matthew Twenty-Four, At The First Fall Of Snow, and many others too numerous to mention. She built up a fabulous and devoted following of Country Music fans who appreciated the authenticity and the ringing sincerity of her style.

When her Country Music singing career was at its peak, she suffered a serious illness. Only her faith enabled her to make a recovery. It was this faith that made her prefer more than ever to devote her talent and her singing to inspirational and gospel songs.

Molly and her husband, Reverend Lynn Davis, now carry the gospel throughout the country in sermon and song. Recently, through the efforts of producer Bob Mooney of Lexington, Kentucky, Molly O'Day was encouraged to make some and this album because they will recognize that Molly has lost none of her picking' and singing' ability.

Molly O'Day come by her talent very naturally in the mountains of Kentucky where, as a girl, Molly developed her tremendous ability to sing Country and sacred songs. Now, in the service of the Lord, Molly continues to sing from her heart. In so doing, she has reached the hearts of millions of others. – Dan Pierce, Pres. - Starday Records

Living The Right Life Now
I'd Like To Talk It Over With Him
When The Angels Rolled The Stone Away
Traveling The Highway Home
Coming Down From God
I'm Going Home On The Morning Train
Have But One Goal
I'll Face Nobody's Record But Mine
He Has Called Me By My Name
King Jesus Will Roll All Burdens Away
I'm Going To Walk Right In
When My Time Comes To Go

Somethin' To Sing About - Bob Reynolds And The Rondels

It Is No Secret
Somethin' To Sing About
Bob Reynolds And The Rondels