The Carpenter Ants | Picnic With the Lord (feat. Winston Walls)

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Picnic With the Lord (feat. Winston Walls)

by The Carpenter Ants

a collection of gospel soul tunes featuring Hammond B3 master Winston Walls
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Where We Gonna Go From Here
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2. John the Revelator
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3. It Takes Everything to Serve God
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4. Take This Hammer
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5. Go Where I Send Thee
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6. Wake Me Shake Me
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7. Get Right Church
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8. Wrapped Up, Tied Up, Tangled Up
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9. He's An On Time God
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10. Workin' On a Building
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Album Notes
* Features the Top 10 shag dancing hit "Wrapped Up, Tied Up, Tangled Up"

* Produced by Don Dixon.

* Features the Hammond B3 wizzardry of Winston Walls (Dionne Warwick, Al Green, Charlie Pride, Ike and Tina Turner, Lou Donaldson and Sonny Stitt).

Granted, we raised a few eyebrows when we decided to record an all-gospel record. No, we haven't been "saved" in the traditional sense -- no bolts of lightning or a near-death revelations. But, in the past few years, we have nurtured a love for a new (at least to Charlie, Ted and myself), uplifting and spiritual genre of music. On a few levels, black gospel is one of the last true havens for "soul music." There is certainly no other form of music that drives musicians and audiences to such soaring levels of passion, and unites them with a common bond. For gospel fans, many of these songs will be familiar; for secular fans, we hope they will feel familiar. Often, there is far less distance between saints and sinners then the sanctimonious would have you believe. Our aim is touch hearts and souls, whether they be in the tavern or the church. ML.


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Jo Thornton

Carpenter Ants has something for everyone! Knocked my sox off!
I had heard the Carpenter Ants before and thought they were SUPERIOR - then, they came out with PICNIC... and it blew me away. You just don't jump from genre to genre - and DO IT SO WELL! 'PICNIC'... is FANTASTIC!

Jo Thornton

I was blown away when I heard their first album, but 'Picnic' attests to the the
I had heard the Carpenter Ants before and thought they were superior, but when 'Picnic...' came out I was blown away - astounded by the combined talent it took to switch from one genre to another -- and do it so PERFECTLY!!


Church would be SRO every week with The Carpenter Ants!!!


Amazing just amazing -- Love Winston Walls' B3
If you listen to a track or two from Picnic and don't smile and get happy nothing can help you. Amazing sound --love Winston Walls' B3. Thanks for a great cd....