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David Krienke | Songs from 7th Street

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Songs from 7th Street

by David Krienke

Gospel Americana Roots Music
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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1. I Wonder
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2. Blessed Assurance
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3. In the Garden
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4. Let the Lower Lights Be Burning
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5. Higher Ground
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6. Always the Same
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7. We Are Well Able
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8. He Hideth My Soul
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9. Jesus Saves
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10. When He Reached Down His Hand for Me
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11. The Ephesian Prayer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 2009 - 2010 I lived in an old house that was built in 1885, on North 7th Street in Goshen, Indiana. I made an upstairs office/studio, and began my recording career in that house.
I moved out of that house in October of 2010, and so I named this - my second album, "Songs From 7th Street" in memory of it. The cover art reflects closure, and the end of that part of my journey. All of the songs were recorded in that house.
It has a much richer sound than "Up From the Roots" (I was learning my way through mixing & mastering), and there's more instrumentation.
It continues in the same tradition, with Gospel hymn variations, and also includes three originals: "Always the Same", "The Ephesian Prayer", and the album opens up with "I Wonder", which is a gospel anthem of sorts. The lyrics were adapted from a poem written by my cousin, Jacqueline Porter, dedicated to her father (my uncle), who spent the last twenty years of his life as a quadriplegic in a wheelchair, as a result of an accident with a drunk driver.
"I Wonder" also features the musical talents of electronic musician Paul Ellis, who mixed the track, and also contributed synthesizer, drums, bass and acoustic guitar.
This album was remastered in May of 2015.

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