Turn Your Radio On tells the fascinating stories behind gospel music s most unforgettable songs, including Amazing Grace, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, He Touched Me, I ll Fly Away, Were You There and many These are the songs that have shaped our faith and brought us joy You ll find out What famous song traces back to a sailor s desperate prayer, What Bill Gaither tune was recorded by Elvis Presley in 1969 and won a Grammy, What song was born during a carriage ride through Washington, D.C., at the onset of the Civil War Turn Your radio On is an inspiring journey through the songs that are part of the roots of our faith today....
|Title||:||Turn Your Radio On|
|Publisher||:||Zondervan 1st Edition edition August 1, 1999|
|Number of Pages||:||272 pages|
|File Size||:||587 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Turn Your Radio On Reviews
Turn Your Radio On is a song that I would hear as a child growing up and now as an adult. Learning the background of various gospel songs is an enjoyment and sometimes just gives me a warm fuzzy feeling recalling hearing the songs at church and the service attended (even now). The Al Brumley songs are special since we both were from the Ozarks and have a valuable heritage.
There is an old time country religious song by this title and I wanted to see what this book was about so I purchased it. To my delight, it contained very uplifting stories about people trying to break into the music business. There was a religious theme through out the book which I enjoyed very much.
Everything was terrific! Totally recommend!
So many songs have been crowded out from the list of those we sing regularly. But the 'oldies' have wonderful messages to carry us through today's problems and joys. Ace Collins is tops in my book!
Great stories make these gospel songs even more meaningful! If you love to read and you love to sing, this book is for you.
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An interesting book on a ministry that lives on in some parts of the USA
I've not finished this book, yet. So far, it is okay.