The Rising Stars | Dedicated and Determined

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Dedicated and Determined

by The Rising Stars

Traditional gospel, southern gospel
Genre: Spiritual: Southern Gospel
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1. Golden City
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2. Pass Me Not O Gentle Saviour
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6:43 album only
3. Someone Is Waiting
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6:01 album only
4. Grandma Charlena Williamson Testimony Thank You Lord
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6:17 album only
5. Build Me a Cabin
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6. Home When the Roll Is Called
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7. Me My Lord and I
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3:18 album only
8. I Come to the Garden
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5:46 album only
9. See What the Lord Has Done
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10. See What the Lord Has Done (Instrumental)
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The Rising Stars is a group originated in the 1940's by Robert and Johnnie Wilson. Now the group consist of their son's Rev. Ed Wilson and Herman Wilson, the group have toured through out the south east. The group specialize in Black gospel, traditional and southern gospel.


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