|2||Changed By The Power|
|3||When Life Is At Its Worst|
|5||Lord, Draw Me Closer To You|
|6||I Believe In The Old Time Way|
|7||My Hope Lies In You|
|8||I Claim This Mountain|
|9||Your Reflection In Me|
|10||Do It God's Way|
ALBUM: HALLELUJAH!, 1982 Heartwarming Records. GROUP MEMBERS: Brock Speer/bass, emcee, mngr Ben L. Speer/lead, baritone, piano Harold Lane/tenor, arranger Faye Speer/alto Kathy Watson/soprano, piano John Mays/guitar, featured soloist Dave Clark/bass guitar, guitars, composer. presented by Fans Of The Singing Speer Family m street productions j. marlon nunnally.
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The meaning of "Hallelujah,’" a masterpiece of music, is perhaps best understood in its complex historical context. The song’s meaning has evolved with its history of surprises, pain, comfort, death, and life. Hallelujah" was originally composed by singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen and released in 1984. He was a musician from Canada, who is known for richly structured, soulful, poetic songs exploring the depths of despair, broken love, and politics - all of which are often laced with religious imagery drawn from his Jewish background. Hallelujah" was released on the album Various Positions (’84). In a relatively recent interview (posted below) Cohen reminisces about being told that the album wasn’t good enough for an American market – and indeed it never really sold well