Released: February 11, 2003. 1. James Blackwood Speaks. 2. Your First Day in Heaven. 3. Precious Memories. 4. You'll Never Walk Alone.
In 2003, "We Called Him Mr. Gospel Music: The James Blackwood Tribute Album," with The Jordanaires, Larry Ford and The Light Crust Doughboys, won Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album of the Year. James Blackwood was nominated for a Grammy Award thirty-one different years. The Gospel Music Association has presented Mr Blackwood with its highest recognition, The Dove Award, seven times for being the top male vocalist in his field.
Tracks: 1. James Blackwood Speaks (0:06) (Vocals – James Blackwood) 2. Your First Day In Heaven (2:57) (Vocals – Art Greenhaw, Larry Ford) 3. Precious Memories (2:24) (Vocals – James Blackwood Quartet) 4. You’ll Never Walk Alone (4:08) (Vocals – Larry Ford) 5. Give The World A Smile (1:48) (Vocals – James Blackwood Quartet) 6. Always Hear The Harmony (3:48) (Vocals –. Art Greenhaw) 7. He’ll Understand And Say Well Done (4:19) (Vocals – James Blackwood and the Preston Hollow Presbyterian Choir 8. Climb Ev’ry Mountain (3:23) (Vocals – Larry Ford) 9. Tell It To Jesus (3:30) (Vocals – Art Greenh.
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The Blackwood Brothers are an American southern gospel quartet. Pioneers of the Christian music industry, they are 8-time Grammy Award winners in addition to winning 7 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards. They are also members of the Memphis Music Hall of Fame, Gospel Music Hall of Fame, the Southern Gospel Museum and Hall of Fame.
House Blackwood of Raventree Hall is an old house from Raventree Hall in the riverlands, one of the main families sworn to House Tully of Riverrun. They once ruled the riverlands as kings during the Age of Heroes. They blazon their arms with a flock of ravens on scarlet surrounding a dead weirwood upon a black escutcheon. Their words have not yet been revealed by George R. R. Martin. House Blackwood rules over wider domains and can field a much larger army than their overlord of House Tully.
1965: Records "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag", a revolutionary single that ushers in a whole new era of soul music. Released that summer, it tops the R&B chart for eight weeks and even cracks the pop Top Ten. 1971: Signs with Polydor Records, for which he recorded extensively throughout the decade. 1974: The Payback, the most successful of James Brown's Seventies albums-many of which were double-LPs with lengthy, extended tracks-makes its debut on Billboard's album chart. It is the only gold-certified (500,000 copies sold) album of his career
I met James back on the Black album tour and he is very polite and kind r as we had waited for several hours for the meet and greet and James had someone from the road crew bring me a cold one. I only wish I still had the picture from that night and the signed pass.
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|1||James Blackwood Speaks||James Blackwood||0:06|
|2||Your First Day in Heaven||James Blackwood||2:56|
|3||Precious Memories||James Blackwood||2:23|
|4||You'll Never Walk Alone Richard Rodgers||James Blackwood||4:07|
|5||Give the World a Smile||James Blackwood||1:48|
|6||Always Hear the Harmony||James Blackwood||3:47|
|7||He'll Understand and Say "Well Done"||James Blackwood||4:19|
|8||Climb Ev'ry Mountain Richard Rodgers||James Blackwood||3:23|
|9||Tell It to Jesus (Song for the Junior Blackwoods) Willie Nelson||James Blackwood||3:30|
|10||James Blackwood's Vision||James Blackwood||6:06|
|12||A Closer Walk||James Blackwood||3:36|
|13||On the Jericho Road||James Blackwood||2:44|
|14||I Believe Bill Champlin / Ervin Drake / Irvin Graham / Jimmy Shirl / Al Stillman||James Blackwood||3:10|
|15||When All God's Singers Get Home||James Blackwood||2:07|
|16||James Blackwood Peaks||James Blackwood||0:49|
|17||Art Greenhaw Speaks||James Blackwood||0:19|
|18||Music Man, Play On||James Blackwood||3:02|
CreditsJames Blackwood - Primary Artist, Vocals
James Blackwood Quartet - Vocals
Bill Champlin - Composer
Tim Cooper - Engineer
Ervin Drake - Composer
Chuck Ebert - Engineer
Nokie Edwards - Guitar
Jerry Elliott - Guitar (Electric)
Larry Ford - Vocals
Bill Foshee - Engineer
Irvin Graham - Composer
Art Greenhaw - Adaptation, Arranger, Art Direction, Bass, Compilation Producer, Dobro, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Rhythm), Liner Notes, Mixing, Organ, Percussion, Photography, Piano, Producer, Vibraphone, Vocals
Robert Greeson - Art Direction, Design, Layout Design, Photography
The Jordanaires - Vocals
Neal Matthews - Performer
Barbara Montgomery - Photography
Willie Nelson - Composer
Louis Dean Nunley - Performer
Adrian Payne - Engineer
Terry Price - Director
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Jimmy Shirl - Composer
Bill Simmons - Piano
Al Stillman - Composer
Gordon Stoker - Performer
Robb Tripp - Engineer
Ken Turner - Performer
John Walden - Violin
Brad White - Piano
Phil York - Engineer, Mastering, Mixing
Curtis Young - Performer