Wes Homner | Songs From an Old Fashioned Tradition

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Songs From an Old Fashioned Tradition

by Wes Homner

Bluegrass Oldtime Gospel with banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, dobro & bass, lead vocals and tight harmony.
Genre: Kids/Family: Kid Friendly
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1. When Gabriel Blows His Horn
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2. At Calvary
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3. Blood-stained Trail
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4. Get A Little Love
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5. I Must Tell Jesus
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6. Jonah
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7. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
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8. Keeley Wood
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9. Are You Washed in the Blood
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10. Let Me Fly Home
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11. Stand
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12. He Leadeth Me
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This CD also features the the banjo and vocals of Jim Metz, guitar and vocals of Jay Ed Moore, the excelent fiddle styling of Ray Sponaugle, and bass player Blaine Douglas (brother of dobro virtuoso Jerry Douglas. 12 heart warming favorite hymns combined with new songs of faith will be sure to inspire.


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