Brother Joe May - My Own Fault album download
|A1||My Own Fault||2:38|
|A2||I Saw Jesus||2:20|
|A3||It's Me Oh Lord||2:31|
|A4||Jesus Keep Me Near The Cross||2:30|
|A6||I Trust In God||2:45|
|B2||Jesus Is First||2:16|
|B3||Faith And Grace||2:43|
|B4||In Jesus Name||2:13|
|B5||I Need Wings||2:24|
|B6||Will You Guide Me||2:37|
A. My Own Fault Written-By – Bro. Joe. May. B. Where Is The Road That Leads Written By – C. C. Brown. Related Music albums to My Own Fault, Where Is The Road That Leads Home? by Brother Joe May.
That's Enough (1967). Best Of Brother Joe May (1967). I've Been Dipped In The Water (1968). Don't Let The Devil Ride (1969). Thank You Lord for One More Day (1970). In Church With Brother Joe May (1971). The Brother Joe May Story (2-LP Set). 12. Album – Album, is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st century album sales have mostly focused on compact disc and MP3 formats. The audio cassette was a format used from the late 1970s through to the 1990s alongside vinyl, an album may be recorded in a recording studio, in a concert venue, at home, in the field, or a mix of places.
It's my own fault, baby Treat me the way you wanna do Yes when you were loving me, baby (woman) At that time, little girl, I didn't love you. She used to make her own pay checks And bring them all home to me I would go out on the hillside, you know And make every woman look I see. It's my own fault, baby Treat me the way you wanna do Yes when you were loving me, baby (woman) At that time, little girl, I didn't love you. She said she was gonna leave me She'd been running around with the boys She said she was gonna leave me Gonna be over in Illinois
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Brother Joe May earned his "Thunderbolt of the Midwest" nickname with incandescent, riveting vocals that could blow a roof off or reduce listeners to tears, often at the same time. The 16 tracks on this CD were done live, usually at services or during church performances, and they frequently paired him with the Sallie Martin Singers. Earle Hines are fine, May is in another dimension.
Yea, it's my own fault. I love you like I do. It's my own fault. My selfishness it starts with you. It's the heart still. Oh, oh, ohh. Yea, it's my own fault. My happiness it starts with you. Oh, bless your heart still.