Billy Preston - Gospel In My Soul album download
|A1||Pass Me Not||2:00|
|A2||Gospel In My Soul||2:20|
|A3||The Only Hope We Have||3:10|
|A4||His Eye Is On The Sparrow||3:15|
|A5||You'll Never Walk Alone||3:16|
|B1||Just A Closer Walk With Thee||2:45|
|B2||Lay My Burdens Down||1:53|
|B4||How Great Thou Art||3:25|
|B5||Angels Keep Watching Over Me||2:00|
|B6||Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow||1:15|
NotesEmbossed golden stamp on front cover:
Embossed golden stamp on back cover:
"Export Only For Sale Outside Continental United States Only - West Germany"
Track B2 "Lay My Burdens Down" is misspelled on the back cover as "Lay My Burden Down".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): PL 179 "A" WI
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): PL 179 B WI
|EX 53||William Everett Preston*||Hymns Speak From The Organ (LP, RE)||Exodus Records||EX 53||US||1966|
|PLP-179||Billy Preston||Gospel In My Soul (LP, Album)||Peacock Records||PLP-179||US||1973|
|PLP-179, PL -179||Billy Preston||Gospel In My Soul (LP, Album, RE, Ger)||Peacock Records, ABC Peacock||PLP-179, PL -179||US||Unknown|
|PLP-179||Billy Preston||Gospel In My Soul (LP, Album, Bro)||Peacock Records||PLP-179||US||1980|
|JOYS 174||Billy Preston||Gospel In My Soul (LP, Album)||Joy Records||JOYS 174||UK||1973|
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Encouraging Words is the fifth studio album by American soul musician Billy Preston, released in September 1970 on Apple Records. It was the last of Preston's two albums for the Beatles' Apple label, after which he moved to A&M Records. The album was co-produced by George Harrison and Preston. Harrison's songs "All Things Must Pass" and "My Sweet Lord" were issued here for the first time, two months before his own recordings appeared on his triple album All Things Must Pass.
Biography by Bill Dahl. A brilliant keyboardist and a soul hitmaking force in the mid-'70s, plus an organist on some of the Beatles' latter-day sides.
William Everett "Billy" Preston (September 2, 1946 – June 6, 2006) was an American musician whose work included R&B, rock, soul, funk, and gospel. Preston was a top session keyboardist in the 1960s, during which he backed artists such as Little Richard, Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, and the Beatles. He then went on to achieve fame as a solo artist, with hit pop singles including "That's the Way God Planned It", "Outa-Space", "Will It Go Round in Circles", "Space Race", and "Nothing from Nothing".
Billy Preston (9 September 1946 - 6 June 2006) was an American soul and rock singer-songwriter, famously known as a child prodigy pianist before releasing several rnb hits (including smashes "Will It Go 'Round in Circles" and "Nothing From Nothing") and working with classic artists such as Aretha Franklin and The Beatles. He notably performed with Mahalia Jackson at the age of 16 and appeared as a young . Handy in a 1958 biopic. His first solo record was a gospel album called '16 Year Old Soul'.
Billy Preston - Gospel In My Soul.
The album features a cookin' batch of instrumentals propelled by Preston s funky organ and piano licks leading two tasty combos, one composed of the legendary Earl Palmer on drums, Gene Edwards on guitar and Clifford Hils on bass, the other Hils, guitarist Tommy Tedesco and drummer Milt Turner. This CD debut yours courtesy of Real Gone Music and ABKCO Music & Records adds a couple of bonus tracks, "Sweet Thing" and "Win Your Love for Me," with sound overseen by ABKCO's Chief Audio Engineer Teri Landi and notes by Bill Dahl. Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).