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A House of Gold

by Middle Spunk Creek Boys

Gospel music done Bluegrass style by the Middle Spunk Creek Boys.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Preachin' to Myself
2:31 album only
2. I'll Meet You in the Morning
2:35 album only
3. Come On Little Children
2:05 album only
4. God Put a Rainbow in the Clouds
3:27 album only
5. Going Up
2:00 album only
6. Beyond the Gates
2:25 album only
7. I'll Wear the Banner
2:33 album only
8. Alone With the Lord
3:58 album only
9. Over in the Glory Land
2:17 album only
10. Seeking a Far Off Home
2:27 album only
11. Where the Soul Never Dies
3:11 album only
12. A House of Gold
4:22 album only


Album Notes
The Middle Spunk Creek Boys have been performing continuously since 1968, and have been pestered since then to come out with an all-Gospel bluegrass album. Well, 34 years later, wait no more!

Here's what the Minneapolis Star/Tribune had to say about "A House of Gold":

The Middle Spunk Creek Boys have been playing bluegrass around the Twin Cities since 1968, and the group's time-bolstered versatility shows on its first all-gospel CD, "A House of Gold." Far more of a vocal workout than a string-pickers' fete, the disc accomplishes the sometimes difficult task of making Sunday-morning music sound as fun and energetic as Saturday-night fare.

Part of the revelry comes from the choice of material. Songs range from the Hank Williams-penned title track (obscure, as Hank tunes go) to traditionals such as "Over in the Glory Land." Some of the best are the ones the Boys picked from local bluegrass friends, including Ron Colby's harmonious "Preachin' to Myself" and Leo Rosenstein's rollicking "Alone With the Lord." Led by founding member Alan Jesperson and including longtime mandolin and fiddle player Bruce Jaeger, the foursome sings in duet, trio and quartet arrangements and overall sticks to an unconventional but no less holy path.

Chris Riemenschneider   © 2002 Minneapolis Star/Tribune



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Nice job
Nice singing. Instrumental was very good. Great job. Keep up the work.