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Alan Graham And William Rae - Gems From Heartbeat album

Alan Graham  And William Rae - Gems From Heartbeat album
  • Performer Alan Graham
  • Title Gems From Heartbeat
  • Style Gospel
  • Other formats DTS FLAC MP2 VOX XM MOD MP4
  • Genre Folk music
  • Size MP3 1746 mb
  • Size FLAC 1383 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 420

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A1 William Rae Why Do I Sing About Jesus
Accompanied By – Sheryl Neill
A2 William Rae I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
Accompanied By – Sheryl Neill
A3 William Rae He The Pearly Gates Will Open
Accompanied By – Sheryl Neill
A4 William Rae My Lord And I
Accompanied By – Sheryl Neill
A5 William Rae It Took A Miracle
Accompanied By – Sheryl Neill
A6 W. Rae* - A. Graham* Pause At His Feet
Accompanied By – Sheryl Neill
B1 Alan Graham My Song
Accompanied By – Don Martin
B2 Alan Graham Why
Accompanied By – Don Martin
B3 Alan Graham Oh What A Day
Accompanied By – Don Martin
B4 Alan Graham Overshadowed
Accompanied By – Don Martin
B5 Alan Graham No One Understands Like Jesus
Accompanied By – Don Martin
B6 W. Rae* - A. Graham* Drifting
Accompanied By – Don Martin

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  • Recorded At – Dominion Broadcasting Company, Toronto


  • Cover – Carl Brahan
  • Liner Notes – Mrs. Helen Chapman
  • Recorded By – P. Buchan