Marley's Ghost | Gospel - How Can I Keep From Singing

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Gospel - How Can I Keep From Singing

by Marley's Ghost

"Winner of the honorable mention NAIRD Indies award for Best Gospel Album of 1992. Here is one of the most gratifying gospel collections that one would ever want to encounter, indicative of their remarkable talent, it is a continuation of the Ghost's trad
Genre: Spiritual: Traditional Gospel
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1. Working On A Building
3:49 album only
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2. Sinner Man
2:31 album only
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3. I am a Pilgrim
3:16 album only
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4. I'm On My Way (The Story of Job)
3:08 album only
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5. Cry From the Cross
2:52 album only
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6. Jesus Gave Me Water
2:40 album only
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7. Peace In The Valley
2:57 album only
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8. Amazing Grace
2:12 album only
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9. Sowin' On The Mountain
2:56 album only
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10. Pass Me Not
3:38 album only
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11. Little Moses
3:51 album only
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12. Walkin' in Jerusalem
1:53 album only
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13. Wings of a Dove
3:45 album only
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14. How Can I Keep From Singing
4:02 album only
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15. Rivers of Babylon
4:15 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Marley’s Ghost began as a trio in 1986 when Mike Phelan, Dan Wheetman and Jon Wilcox played for a St. Patrick's Day show. Ed Littlefield, Jr. joined soon after when they all came together at Littlefield’s recording studio to work on Wheetman’s solo album. In 2005 accomplished percussionist and vocalist Jerry Fletcher joined with the original four notable parts creating a synergistic whole, they banded together as Marley’s Ghost.

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Michael Sackett

How Can I Keep From Singing
I'm more of a folk music listener than a gospel fan, but this won me over. If you don't expect gospel to mean "gospel choir" this CD is for you. And the last two tracks are a stunning conclusion to this CD!
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Edna Barney

Marley's Ghost Gospel
This is an outstanding collection. I am so happy to have found the CD still available. Thank you CD Baby and Marley's Ghost.
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