Glen Campbell - Oh Happy Day mp3 album

Glen Campbell - Oh Happy Day mp3 album
Country Gospel,Country-Pop,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,AM Pop,Gospel
  • Performer:
    Glen Campbell
  • Title:
    Oh Happy Day
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  • Style:
    Country Gospel,Country-Pop,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,AM Pop,Gospel
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Glen Campbell - Oh Happy Day mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1133 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1173 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1884 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Someone Above Jim Faragher / Andrew Sandersier Glen Campbell 3:20
2 Oh Happy Day Traditional Glen Campbell 3:35
3 I Believe Ervin Drake / Irvin Graham / Jimmy Shirl / Al Stillman Glen Campbell 2:47
4 He's Got The Whole World In His Hands Traditional Glen Campbell 2:33
5 You'll Never Walk Alone Oscar Hammerstein II / Richard Rodgers Glen Campbell 2:49
6 One Pair of Hands Billie Campbell / Mann Curtis Glen Campbell 2:28
7 He Richard Mullan / Jack Richards Glen Campbell 2:52
8 People Get Ready Curtis Mayfield Glen Campbell 1:58
9 Angels in the Sky Dick Glasser Glen Campbell 2:45
10 Daddy Sang Bass Carl Perkins Glen Campbell 2:12


Billie Campbell - Composer
Glen Campbell - Primary Artist
Mann Curtis - Composer
Al DeLory - Arranger
Ervin Drake - Composer
Jim Faragher - Composer
Dick Glasser - Composer
Irvin Graham - Composer
Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer
Edwin Hawkins - Arranger
Curtis Mayfield - Composer
Dennis McCarthy - Arranger
Richard Mullan - Composer
Marty Paich - Arranger
Carl Perkins - Composer
Jack Richards - Composer
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Andrew Sandersier - Composer
Jimmy Shirl - Composer
Al Stillman - Composer
Traditional - Composer

Tyler Is Not Here
Not quite the foot-stompin', hand-clappin' gospel workout that Elvis' three RCA Victor sacred albums ("His Hand In Mine," "How Great Thou Art," and "He Touched Me") are, this is more of an "inspirational" album (you know - like Elvis' RCA CAMDEN sacred album "You'll Never Walk Alone" is!). All of which fits Glen's musical persona just fine. In addition to material such as "I Believe" (no - NOT the Buzzcocks song), "You'll Never Walk Alone" itself, and "He" (the likes of which everyone at the time from the Righteous Brothers through the Lennon Sisters were larding their albums and live sets with), Glen also serves up a mildly funky gospel soul-lite version of the title song (an extremely popular number at the cusp of the Jesus Rock '70's since it had been a top ten hit for the Edwin Hawkins Singers a year earlier) and a nice version of the Impressions' Curtis Mayfield-penned inspirational civil rights anthem "People Get Ready." And - lest you think Glen left his country roots behind on this one - the album closes with "Angels In The Sky" (the first composition by the great Dick Glasser who, in 1956, brought Pee Wee King's Golden West Cowboys into the rock 'n' roll era with the fantastic rockabilly bopper "Catty Town") and Carl Perkins' most-lucrative copyright outside of "Blue Suede Shoes," the evergreen "Daddy Sang Bass." Okay - so it's not exactly Sister Rosetta Tharpe, but it sure beats Grandma's Guy & Ralna religious album by a country mile!