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Have You Ever

by David L Cook

David's new album, "Have you Ever" is a blend of heartfelt Christian messages with modern country blends. The album reflects David's new style and innovative writing abilities that he is well known for.
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Bench
3:31 $0.99
2. Have You Ever
3:35 $0.99
3. How Beautiful Are the Feet
5:11 $0.99
4. If You Really Love Me
3:07 $0.99
5. Changing Mountaintops
3:08 $0.99
6. It's Ok To Cry
4:05 $0.99
7. How Does a Rainbow Start
4:09 $0.99
8. Let Me Be A Soldier
3:33 $0.99
9. To Sum it all Up
3:04 $0.99
10. Why Can't I Go BAck
5:35 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
David began his musical career at the age of five with his family, The Cook Family Singers. David's parents divorced in 1980 which brought an end to the musical group.

His first solo Christian album, Come Follow Me, was released in 1985.

In 1997 his release In the Middle of it All was the #1 Christian Country selling album and had six number one hit songs. In 1999 David earned a Dove GMA nomination for Christian Country Album of the Year.

In 1999 he started his own record label simply called DLC Records. During the transition period, David created a comedy character named Mortermer Crabbottom who took the problems of the modern church and placed them in a comedy form that is sure to get to the heart of the most hard hearted person. His weekly television show called "Crabbottom USA" was created for they youth and elderly. It effects the churches, bible schools, and similar venues. Cook even recorded an album in character, Split Personality, based on the life and times of Mortermer Crabbottom growing up in the fictitious town of Crabbottom USA. The album won David the 1999 CGMA Christian Country Comedian of the Year. That same year the CGMA inducted David into the CGMA Hall of Fame, along with Loretta Lynn, Barbara Mandrell, Andy Griffith, Lulu Roman and Gary S. Paxton.

In October of 2005 the CGMA named David once again Christian Comedian of the Year. His most recent release is 2006's Have You Ever.



David L. Cook [A Solo Song], (1980)
Let's Get it Moving [Club Mix], (1981)
Oxygen [Club Mix], (1981)
It's Christmas Somewhere, (1984)
Come Follow Me, (1985)
Personal Feelings, (1986)
Lord Can You See Me, (1988)
I Can Always Look Up, (1990)
My Song, (1994)
When Heaven is My Home [Featuring First Call], (1996)
In The Middle of it All, (1997)
Split Personality, (1998)
Wind of Change , (2002)
Man of Clay, (2003)
Have You Ever, (2006)


Trinity Broadcasting, {1975}
PTL CLUB, {1978}
Trinity Broadcasting, {1978}
The Grand Ole Opry Showcase, {1979}
Johnny Cash in the Park, {1982}
Country Showcase, {1985}
PTL Club, {1987}
Trintiy Broadcasting, {1990}
Ken Wright and Friends, {1997}
Trinity Broadcasting, {1997}
Crabbottom USA Special, {1998}
Trinity Broadcasting, {1998}
Host of the CGMA Awards, {1998}
700 Club, {1999}
Trinity Broadcasting, {1999}
Trinity Broadcasting, {2002}
Trinity Broadcasting, {2003}
Performed for the CGMA Awards, {2005}



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Chris Phinager

Wow, I just got a copy of this album and I think this far exceeds all of the other things David has done to date! I love the last song on the album. What a wonderful message. I would highly recommend everyone getting a copy of this album. You will not be sorry that you did!