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Margaret Schambach - A Glad Tomorrow mp3 track

MP3 1102 mb. | FLAC 1380 mb. | WMA 1123 mb.

Performer: Margaret Schambach
Title: A Glad Tomorrow
Style: Gospel
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: VOC ASF RA AA APE ADX DXD

Tracklist

A1 Follow Me 3:05
A2 The Pearly Gates Will Open 2:37
A3 Let Me Lose My Life And Find It, Lord In Thee 5:20
A4 Zion's Hill 3:02
A5 God Will Take Care Of You 2:47
A6 But This I Know 2:53
B1 I've Found The Way 4:00
B2 Room At The Cross 3:15
B3 All That Thrills My Soul 2:49
B4 Where The Rose Never Fades 2:36
B5 Life's Railway To Heaven 2:45
B6 Jesus Is Coming Again 2:36

Credits

  • Accompanied By – Grace Pryor
  • Soloist – Margaret Schambach

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): RI 2399A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): RI 2399B

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