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  1. Jun 27,  · Singing about Christian things in Christian settings is not necessarily pleasing to the Lord. Recall Amos , "Take away from Me the noise of your songs; I will not even listen to the sound of your harps. But let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream."There is religious singing that is offensive to the.
  2. Musical career. The driving inspiration behind the Drinkard Singers was factory worker Nicholas "Nitch" Drinkard, who encouraged his children to form a gospel singing group in Savannah, Georgia, around The original group comprised Emily Drinkard (later known as Cissy Houston), her sister Anne Drinkard-Moss, and her brothers Nick and Larry.. Another sister, Lee Drinkard Warrick, the mother.
  3. Like the music of the Louvins and Everlys before them, the music of the Drinkard Sisters is something otherworldly. It's the sound of the train gone too far to catch. The haunting call of the whippoor. Hamtramck, Michigan. 15 Tracks. 39 Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Drinkard Sisters on your desktop or mobile device.
  4. Find Drinkard Singers bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Emily Drinkard, later known as Cissy Houston, was.
  5. The Sidewinder’s title song, with its jaunty soul jazz groove and infectious horn motifs, was a hit single for Blue Note and helped the parent album become the label’s best-selling LP. Aside.
  6. Recorded in Webster Hall, New York, April 9, 14, 16 and 25, Personnel (other than those mentioned on the liner) taken from GOSPEL RECORDS A BLACK MUSIC DISCOGRAPHY Volume One A to K, by Cedric J. Hayes and Robert Laughton (Record Information Services, England, ; ISBN 0 28 X)/5(3).
  7. The Drinkard Singers, Category: Artist, Monthly Listeners: 13, Where People Listen: Amsterdam, Toronto, Sydney, Montevideo, Odense We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. The driving inspiration behind the Drinkard Singers was the four original singer's father, Nitch Drinkard, a Newark factory worker, who with their mother, Delia, raised eight children. In a lates interview, Emily "Cissy" Drinkard recalled, "To my father, gospel singing was a .
  9. Genealogy profile for James Drinkard James Drinkard ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for James Drinkard ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

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