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Various - Take Me To The Water flac album
  • Performer Various
  • Title Take Me To The Water
  • Date of release 2009
  • Style Gospel
  • Other formats ASF AHX AIFF AAC AA WAV MP4
  • Genre Soul & Funk / Blues / World & Folk & Country
  • Size MP3 1468 mb
  • Size FLAC 1404 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 720

Take Me to the River" is a 1974 song written by singer Al Green and guitarist Mabon "Teenie" Hodges. Hit versions were recorded by both Syl Johnson and Talking Heads. In 2004, Al Green's original version was ranked number 117 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

Album More Songs About Buildings and Food. Take Me to the River Lyrics. Dip me in the water, drop me in the river Push me in the water, drop me in the river Washing me down, washing me down. I don't know why I love her like I do All the trouble you put me through Sixteen candles there on my wall And here am I, the biggest fool of them all. I wanna know, can you tell me? Am I in love to stay? Take me to the river, drop me in the water Dip me in the river, drop me in the water Washing me down, washing me down Ooh, -ya-ya. Ooh, a na na na A na na na na, ah! A na na na, hoo!

Lauren Crosby's sophomore studio album, I Said Take Me To The Water is a topsy-turvy coming of age story which features a mess of nylon strings, hammond organs, and sharp vocals sweetened with a vintage hint of wit and experience. Driven by her travels, yet inspired by her home on the Atlantic ocean, Lauren pens a rich landscape with the blues of solitude and the greens of heartbreak. I Said Take Me To The Water whisks the listener away from a smoky dive bar pool room to the serene shorelines that coat Northern New England via a 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass.

Various - And The Answer Is. Various - At Town Hall Party. Various - Bear Family Records. Various - Beat in Germany. Various - Blowing The Fuse. Various - Canto Morricone. Various - Country & Western Hit Parade. 27 You Left The Water Running. 30 The One You Can´t Have (All By Yourself). 33 Uptight Good Woman.

Watch the video for (Take Me to The) Riverbank from Swingin' Utters's Here We Are Nowhere for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Times have changed and the change of time's slow going my ramble tamble's still in tact, though and i've got plenty of guts still showing all along.

Various Storms & Saints. What Kind of Man. What the Water Gave Me. Which Witch. Wish That You Were Here. And the shields are left to rust. Ржавеют твои щиты, That's what the water gave us. Это то, что нам дала вода. Уложи меня, Let the only sound. Пусть лишь один-единственный звук. But I let the water take me. И я позволю водам забрать себя.

Read or print original Take Me To The River lyrics 2019 updated! Take me to the river, drop me in the water, Take me to the river, drop m. Come on lets go) I don't know why I love you like I do All the changes that you put me through Sixteen candles there on my wall And I commin' on the biggest fool of them all I wanna know can you'll tell me I love to stay Take me to the river (Take me to the river), drop me in the water (Drop me in the water) Dip me in the river (Take me to the river), drop me in the water (Drop me in the water, water) Take me to the river, drop me in the water Take me in the river, drop me in the water, water Take me to the river, drop me in the.

Date de parution 1975. Labels MCA Records ABC Records. Style MusicalFolk Rock. Membres possèdant cet album4. 1. "Carry Me" (Crosby) –. 3:35. Wind on the Water)" (Crosby, Nash) –. 5:33. Autres productions de Crosby And Nash.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Rev. J. M. Gates Baptize Me
Voice [Sermon] – Rev. James M. Gates*
2 Washington Phillips Denomination Blues Part 1
Vocals, Instruments [Hand-made Harp-like] – Washington Phillips
3 Rev. Moses Mason* John The Baptist (Take 2)
Vocals, Guitar – Rev. Moses Mason*
4 Dock Walsh Bathe In That Beautiful Pool
Vocals, Banjo – Dock Walsh
5 Carter Family* On My Way To Canaan's Land
Autoharp – Sara Carter Guitar, Vocals – Maybelle CarterVocals – A. P. Carter
6 Rev. R. M. Massey Old Time Baptism Part I
7 Rev. R. M. Massey Old Time Baptism Part II
8 Southern Wonders Quartet Go Wash In The Beautiful Stream
Baritone Vocals – James HuffBass Vocals – Randolph ButlerLead Vocals – Eugene CunninghamTenor Vocals – Guy Reynolds
9 Carolina Tar Heels* I'll Be Washed
Banjo, Vocals – Dock WalshGuitar – Garley FosterGuitar, Vocals – Clarence "Tom" Ashley*
10 Elder J. E. Burch* Wash You, Make You Clean (Take 2)
Tambourine, Bass Drum, Snare, Guitar – Unknown Artist
11 Frank Jenkins Babtist Shout
Banjo – Frank Jenkins
12 Tennessee Mountaineers At The River
Choir – Tennessee MountaineersFeaturing – Roy Hobbs
13 Empire Jubilee Quartet Wade In De Water
Baritone Vocals – Osmond L. SpauldingBass Vocals, Other [Manager] – L. W. BennettTenor Vocals [First] – Fred D. YoungTenor Vocals [Second] – Andrew D. Cole
14 Rev. Nathan Smith Baptism At Burning Bush
15 Bill Boyd And His Cowboy Ramblers Sister Lucy Lee
Double Bass – Jim BoydElectric Guitar – Muryel CampbellElectric Guitar, Steel Guitar – Wilson PerkinsFiddle – Carroll Hubbard, Kenneth PittsFiddle, Drums – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Bill Boyd Piano – John Parker Tenor Banjo – Marvin MontgomeryVocals – Curly Perrin*
16 Belmont Silvertone Jubilee Singers Wade In The Water And Be Baptized
17 Ernest Thompson I'm Going Down To Jordan
Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica – Ernest Thompson
18 Rev. J. C. Burnett* Go Wash In Jordan Seven Times
Vocals – Sister Ethel Grainger, Sister Odette Jackson
19 Birmingham Jubilee Singers Wade In The Water
Baritone Vocals – Dave AusbrooksBass Vocals – James RicksLeader – Charles BridgesTenor Vocals – Leo "Lot" Key
20 J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers* Goin' Down To The River Of Jordan
Banjo – Junior MisenheimerFiddle, Vocals – J. E. MainerGuitar – Beacham Blackweller, Harold ChristyVocals – Wade Mainer, Zeke Morris
21 Elder J. E. Burch* Baptism By Water, And Baptism By The Holy Ghost
Tambourine, Bass Drum, Snare, Guitar – Unknown Artist
22 Moses Mason Go Wash In The Beautiful Stream (Take 1)
Vocals, Guitar – Moses Mason
23 Sunset Four Jubilee Singers Wade In The Water
Baritone Vocals – Fred J. VaughanBass Vocals – William "Hoss" CrawfordLeader, Tenor Vocals [First] – Andy Bryant Tenor Vocals [Second] – Leonard Burton
24 Ernest V. Stoneman & His Dixie Mountaineers Down To Jordan And Be Saved
Fiddle [Second] – Unknown ArtistFiddle, Vocals – Uncle Eck DunfordHarmonica, Guitar, Vocals – Ernest V. Stoneman*
25 Rev. E. D. Campbell* Take Me To The Water
Featuring – Brother Griffin, Sister Dunlap, Sister Watkins

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – John Hubbard, Rob Millis*
  • Photography By [Historical, From Collection Of] – Jim Linderman
  • Photography By [Scanning] – April G. Ledbetter

Notes

Early 20th century gospel music together with a 6"x9" approx. 50pp book of photography and essays chronicling the late nineteenth and early twentieth century practice of immersion baptism and it's associated gospel music.

Annotated with essays by Jim Linderman and Luc Sante. Notes on songs and sermons by Steven Lance Ledbetter.
Songs and sermons from 1924-1940 from the collections of Joe Bussard, Steven Lance Ledbetter, Frank Mare and Roger Misiewicz.

Talk about Various - Take Me To The Water


Kaghma
If you ever heard "Take Me To The River" by the Talking Heads, then you already have gotten a taste of what this release is all about: getting wet, getting cleansed, gloriously, in the water. Now step back a hundred years or more to hear recordings made in the day when mass immersions were the norm. A lot of music groups created gospel music to celebrate public baptisms in the river, and the early records sold in the tens of thousands. There are sermons and songs, choirs and folk tunes. There's a book containing almost a hundred precious sepia toned photographs collected by historian Jim Linderman, along with an annotated essay by Luc Sante. If you liked looking at grandma's scrapbooks, then all of the great historical photography that accompanies these precious recordings will be a treat. Excellent mastering techniques lend these sonic gems of the past a clear "you are there" sound. The great book design work of John Hubbard adds to the immersion experience. The fun types of extras, clippings and captions that made Victrola Favorites such a success are employed here as well.