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Vernessa Mitchell - This Is My Story mp3 track

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Performer: Vernessa Mitchell
Title: This Is My Story
Released: 1985
Style: Gospel
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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A1 We Can Do It
A2 Blessed Assurance
A3 The Grace Of God
A4 Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus
A5 No More Tears (Interlude)
B1 Hallejujah (Praise The Savior)
B2 Up & Away
B3 Until He Comes
B4 Use Me
B5 II Chronicles 7:14-17
B6 No More Tears (Epilogue)


Executive Producers: Philip Nicholas, Kent Washburn
Produced By Kent Washburn
Co-Producer: William Bickelhaupt

Vernessa Ann Mitchell is a contemporary Christian and Gospel recording artist whose vocal versatility has been heralded by R&B and House audiences. She began her career at the young age of 16, after being discovered by Berry Gordy of Motown Records. She and three other young ladies became a teen girl group called High Inergy and were signed by the label during the late ‘70s. Vernessa’s solo debut album, This Is My Story, was released in 1985 and quickly established her as a singer’s singer. The title cut on the project garnered Grammy and Dove Award nominations. The 1987 follow-up album, "Higher Ground" became the impetus for nonprofit ministry, Higher Ground Ministries. That title single became her signature song as it gained nationwide airplay by Gospel disc jockeys.

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David Stephen Mitchell (born 12 January 1969) is an English novelist of innovative storytelling. He has published seven novels, two of which, number9dream (2001) and Cloud Atlas (2004), were shortlisted for the Booker Prize. In 2012, Cloud Atlas was made into a film and in 2013 a short film, The Voorman Problem, was made from one segment of number9dream. Mitchell was born in Southport in Lancashire (now Merseyside), England, and raised in Malvern, Worcestershire.