Charles Wesley Marshall - Consider Your Way album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Consider Your Way
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Charles Wesley Marshall. Consider Your Way (Cass, Album). Charles Wesley Marshall.
Wesley is one of the greatest hymnwriters in history, penning over 6,000! Included are titels such as 'Hark! the Herald Angels Sing,"" ""Jesus, Lover of My Soul,"" and ""O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing. Wherever the Methodists met there was enthusiastic and deeply felt hymns to set the mood. In the hands of Charles Wesley came several thousand hymns. The best of them include what I consider the greatest hymns ever composed combining splendid tunes with enthusiastic and deeply devout lyrics. It's not hard to find Wesley hymns. If you want a kind of "historically informed" modern rendition check the great CD "Love Divine" by the great English folk singer Maddy Prior.
Charles Wesley Godwin is a singer/songwriter born and raised in West Virginia. When you hear an artist like Charles Wesley Godwin sing, there is no need to power cycle your sense of disbelief .
Benevolent Celebratory Dignified/Noble Lyrical Reverent. Choral Arts Society of Washington Chamber Singers, Scott Tucker, J. Reilly Lewis. Lift Up Your Voice: Hymns of Charles Wesley. O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing. J. Reilly Lewis, Choral Arts Society of Washington Chamber Singers, Scott Tucker. 2. Maker, in Whom WE Live. 3. Praise the Lord Who Reigns Above. 4. Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus.
If Charles Wesley Godwin had his way a few years back, he'd be wearing spikes rather than playing songs. Godwin - whose "(Windmill) Keep on Turning" is premiering exclusively below from his upcoming debut album Seneca - came to West Virginia University with dreams of walking on to the Mountaineers football team. I always played sports growing up," Godwin, whose father mines coal, tells Billboard, "but I just wasn't good enough and got cut.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Wesley Heritage Foundation, this recording was commissioned containing 21 of Charles Wesley's finest hymns, sung in English by the Choral Arts Society of Washington Chamber Singers. One of the foundation's tasks is to translate, publish and distribute the works of Charles Wesley and his brother John from English to Spanish; with that goal in mind, two anniversary albums were produced, this one in English and a companion volume in Spanish
Charles Harris Wesley (December 2, 1891 – August 16, 1987) was an American historian, educator, minister, and author. He published more than 15 books on African-American history, taught for decades at Howard University, and served as president of Wilberforce University, and founding president of Central State University, both in Ohio. Charles Wesley was born in Louisville, Kentucky, the only child of Matilda and Charles Snowden Wesley
MARSHALL, WESLEY was born on September 24, 1944 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. University of Rochester (Bachelor of Arts, 1966).
|A1||Consider Your Way|
|A2||Saying One Thing, Doing Another|
|A3||I Pledge My Life|
|A4||What Are We Waiting For?|
|A5||Whole Lotta Love|
|B1||I Want The Best For You|
|B3||Not Too Far Away From Here|
|B5||Drink Of The Water|
- Producer – Charles Wesley Marshall