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9 Replies to “ Itll All Be Over But The Shoutin - The Goodman Family - What A Happy Time! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of What A Happy Time! on Discogs. Label: Canaan Records - CASLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Gospel3/5(1).
  2. It'll All Be Over But The Shoutin' Composed By – Rusty Goodman: B1: Something Got Hold Of Me Composed By – Traditional: B2: Until You've Known Composed By – Rusty Goodman: B3: Most Of All Composed By – Rusty Goodman: B4: The Master Locksmith Composed By – Lee Roy Abernathy: B5: Our Lord's Return Composed.
  3. Jan 31,  · Garison's Vinyl LP Collection 11, views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - It'll All Be Over But The Shouting YouTube; The Happy Goodman Family () Part 1 - Duration.
  4. Jan 02,  · Happy Goodman Family What A Happy Time TOP BEAUTIFUL WORSHIP SONGS - 2 HOURS NONSTOP CHRISTIAN GOSPEL SONGS I NEED YOU, LORD Worship Songs 1, watching Live now.
  5. by Garison's Vinyl LP Collection. Crossing Over Jordan The Happy Goodman Family It's Praying Time - The Happy Goodman Family by Claude Ross.
  6. – The Happy Goodman Family: Something Got A Hold Of Me: H4 – The Couriers (3) I Love To Tell The Story: H5 – Jack Holcomb: A Way To Cross Over: H6 – The Harvesters Quartet: Talk About Jesus: H7 – The Florida Boys: Keep On The Firing Line: H8 – The Happy Goodman Family: Jesus Said It, I .
  7. For nearly four decades, the Happy Goodman Family brightened the world with their gospel songs. They were founded in Alabama in the s by Howard and Gussie the years, they expanded and changed membership until finally becoming a quartet composed of Ruth, Sam, Rusty and Bob were later joined by Vestal Goodman and the only non-Goodman, tenor Johnny .
  8. Mar 12,  · "Something Got A Hold Of Me" Happy Goodmans What A Happy Time () Songwriter: Public Domain "It'll Be Alright With Me" - Singing Cookes Garison's Vinyl LP .
  9. The writer Rick Bragg discloses why he came to compose his and his family’s story. He expresses, “This isn’t a significant book. It is just the tale of a resilient lady, a tormented man and three children who lived fixed in by slender cotton and worn out history in northeastern Alabama” (xi-x).

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