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Gospel Memories

Leon Seiter

1 How Could you Refuse Him Now Acuff Rose BMI Hank Williams 
2 Peace in the Valley UNICHAPPELL BMI Thomas A Dorsey
3 Life's Railway to Heaven M.E. Abbey, Charlie D. Tillman
4 My Grandpa Lanies Pride BMI Leon Seiter
5 What A Friend Joseph M. Scriven, Charles C. Convese
6 The River of Jordan Central Songs BMI Hazel Marie Houser
7 God's Unchanging Hand
8 Jesus Cares Lanies Pride BMI Leon Seiter
9 I am a Pilgrim
10 The Baptism of Jesse Taylor Acuff Rose BMI Dallas Frazier, Sanger Shafer
11 I'm Just an old Chunk of Coal Sony/ATV-LLC BMI Billy Joe Shaver
12 You Can't Stay Here McSpadden Music LLC BMI Wonderchord Music BMI Larry Cordle, Larry Shell Jenny Salley
13 The Last Mile of the Way (c) 1908 Johnson Oatman, Jr., Wm. Edie Marks
14 These Things Shall Pass Song of Universal Inc (Duches) BMI Stuart Hamblen
15 Turn Your Radio On Bridge Building Music BMI Albert Brumley
16 My Friend Lanies Pride BMI Leon Seiter
17 Who Was it Everybody House of Cash ASCAP Johnny Cash
18 A Cold December Night Lanies Pride BMI Ed Garnett 

Leon Seiter- Lead and Tenor Vocals 
Lynn Truman- Dobro 
David Conley Jr- Banjo
Rodney Colmus-Steel 
Mark Cooper- Keybords 
Eldon Whitford- Mandolin
Pam Bowman- Hammered Dulcimer 
Jeff Gardner- Guitars, Bass, Harmonica, Percussion, Baritone & Bass Vocals


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I'm so glad to see a great country singer like Leon Seiter doing a wonderful gospel CD. Leon is a member of America's Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame and his jacket and hat hang in the museum acknowledging his many contributions to the musical genre.  Leon has such a smooth country voice, this particular CD might be his best work yet. His "Peace In The Valley" is especially nice with a soft mandolin and harmonica in the backing making it very nice to listen to. That old-time style that really sets his music off from the run of the mill stuff we hear these days. He had some good help backing, and they all sound just fine. Lynn Truman on Dobro; David Conley Jr. on banjo; Eldon Whitford on mandolin; Rodney Colmus on steel; Mark Cooper on keyboards; Pam Bowman on hammer dulcimer; Jeff Gardner on guitar, bass and harmonica, drums and vocals. They all did a great job, and though this sounds like it could be a bluegrass band, it isn't. It's that great old time country sound that was even played by Bill Monroe before Flatt and Scruggs. That wonderful old-time gospel sound that was so predominant back in the early 20's. This is a remarkable sound, and a lot of young people are seeking and finding it these days. We have several string bands in our area now, some of them even playing Stella and Harmony guitars trying to recapture that incredible old-time acoustic sound, and they are doing it. So does Leon Seiter. He's on the festival a MoValley this year, so be sure and catch his show, and be real sure you pick up this new CD by him. You can listen to this one over and over and be completely satisfied that the good Lord was looking over Leon's shoulder when he cut it. Great work Leon. 
Bob Everhart,
The voice of traditional acoustic music in America!


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