Gail Bliss | Where Love Lives

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Where Love Lives

by Gail Bliss

Where tradition meets contemporary, bluegrass meets gospel and where a sweet and soulful voice can be heard.
Genre: Spiritual: Country Gospel
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1. Jesus Laughing
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2. How Great Thou Art
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3. Come on In
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4. Life's Railway to Heaven
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5. I Love You More
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6. The Lonesome Road / Where I'm Going (feat. Bob Bateman)
4:43 $0.99
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7. Like a River Glorious
2:44 $0.99
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8. Where Love Lives
4:13 $0.99
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9. Lord, I Trust in You
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10. The Solid Rock
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11. Clap Your Hands for the Mighty God
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12. A Listening Prayer
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13. The Old Rugged Cross
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AWARD WINNING, country bluegrass gospel album. Traditional hymns mixed with originals, written by Gail Bliss. Gail received the 2003 Best Songwriter Award for her title cut “Where Love Lives” at the CCMA awards and later Best Songwriter at the Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Competition. This recording heard on country gospel radio across the United States. Featured band members on this recording include Aubrey Haynie (fiddle and mandolin), Kenny Malone (drums and percussion), Brian Sutton (guitars), Scott Sanders (dobro and steel guitars), Dennis Croutch (upright bass) and Bruce Watkins (banjo). Gail’s Father, Bob Bateman, is also featured singing “The Lonesome Road” as well.​

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