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Southern Rail - Glory Train Album

Southern Rail - Glory Train Album
Title:
Glory Train
Performer:
Southern Rail
Style:
Bluegrass, Gospel
Released:
1995
Catalog:
PRC 1050
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2123 mb
FLAC album size:
2637 mb
Genre:
Label:
Pinecastle

Tracklist


1Glory Train3:35
2Some Glad Morning2:50
3We Shall Rise2:11
4Going Up To Live In Green Pastures3:05
5River Of Jordan2:23
6Do You Know3:00
7Jacob's Vision1:55
8There Will Be Singing2:06
9The Only Bible3:57
10Mama's Rocking Chair3:46
11Walk Your Way To Heaven2:51
12Hallelujah I'm Ready2:29
13High, Low and Wide2:25


Credits


  • Banjo, Mandolin, Harmony VocalsDave Dick
  • Bass, Harmony VocalsSharon Horovitch
  • Dobro, Bass VocalsRoger Williams
  • Guitar, Lead VocalsJim Muller


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pinecastle Records
  • Copyright (c) – Pinecastle Records


Album


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