Marky Quayle | Comfort My People

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Comfort My People

by Marky Quayle

Old Hymns w/Jazz Arrangements by Guitarist Jerry Hahn; plus three original songs written by Marky with "lyrics" taken from Isaiah, found in Chapter 40
Genre: Spiritual: Traditional Gospel
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Wait Upon The Lord: He Will Renew Your Strength
2:25 $1.20
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2. In The Garden
3:00 $1.20
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3. Comfort My People
4:47 $1.20
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4. The Old Rugged Cross
3:55 $1.20
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5. Rejoice With Jerusalem: All You That Love Her
2:38 $1.20
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6. Rock Of Ages
2:44 $1.20
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7. What A Friend We Have In Jesus
4:26 $1.20
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8. Just A Closer Walk With Thee
3:27 $1.20
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9. The Gospel Of John 1: 1-14
3:57 $1.20
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10. Sweet Hour Of Prayer
4:37 $1.20
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Marky Quayle: Comfort My People
September 27, 2012
By George W. Harris
Here’s a creation that is well overdue in conception. Vocalist Marky Quayle takes some classic church hymns as well as songs from the Greatest Songbook of them all (the Bible), and gives a modern jazz translation in a way that could win over the most staid agnostic. Her husky and warm voice is alluring on cleverly arranged tunes with a Jerry Hahn/g-arr, Mel Graves/b and George Marsh/dr. Her jazz waltz take of “The Old Rugged Cross” is a real swinger, while “Just A Closer Walk With Me” lilts with a snappy swagger. For those on the Old Testament side of life, a reading of “Rejoice With Jerusalem” with a heavy Hassidic beat will get you on your feet in no time, with Quayle’s timing right on the mark. A great idea that is as ecumenical as it is attractive. Give it a try and listen to music made for eternity done right.



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