Willie Nelson - Peace In The Valley The Gospel Truth Collection Volume I FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Peace In The Valley The Gospel Truth Collection Volume I
Style: Gospel, Country
FLAC version ZIP size: 1885 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1571 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1802 mb
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Willie Nelson sweetens the spirit with the rerelease of PEACE IN THE VALLEY, an inspiring mix of gospel standards and newer songs stemming from Willie’s gospel roots. I don’t ever remember not playing and singing gospel music, Willie says. My grandparents were music teachers and they were gospel singers. The new peace in the valley rerelease. While many Willie Nelson recordings have been rereleased throughout the years, the PEACE IN THE VALLEY rerelease is quite special. The original studio tapes had to be salvaged by first baking them in a special oven and then transferring all tracks to a high quality digital format.
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I Didn't Come Here and I Ain't Leaving.
Peace in the Valley" is one of the classic gospel songs written (in 1933) by Thomas A. Dorsey, the father of modern gospel music. In the song, the singer begins by declaring that he is tired but must go along until the Lord calls him. The rest of the song is a vision of heaven, much of it paraphrasing lines from the Bible. Taken at a slow tempo, the song is a powerful statement of faith. In keeping with this cleaning-up of his image, the performance of a gospel song added to his new wholesomeness. But it was also clearly heartfelt. One week later, Presley recorded the song, and it was issued under the title "(There'll Be) Peace in the Valley (For Me)" on the four-track EP of sacred songs, Peace in the Valley, in time for Easter, 1957.
When Willie Nelson released his 2016 tribute album to the Gershwin brothers, he was showing his reverence for the Great American Songbook. But the fact is that Nelson’s own works deserve a volume or two. The Texas native has written some of music’s most important titles, from Crazy, made famous by Patsy Cline, to Funny How Times Slips Away, covered by Elvis Presley. It’s impossible to hear a Willie Nelson performance and not identify it as such. Whether he was crooning Countrypolitan fare in the Sixties – his 1962 debut albu. nd Then I Wrote is remarkable for its wealth of enduring songs – or busting down doors with Waylon Jennings in the Seventies, Nelson was always making waves with that unmistakable voice.
Features Song Lyrics for The Soul Stirrers's Peace in the Valley (Gospel) album. Peace in the Valley Lyrics. The Soul Stirrers Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
The painting, Peace In The Valley, is a 6' x 6' allegorical depiction of the classic gospel song as recorded by Willie Nelson and produced by MacDonald. Standing humbly, high on the mountain top, Willie plays his worn, yet trusted and obedient guitar. Down below is an artistic representation of the Garden of Gethsemane. As well as visualizing the song's story, the painting is embedded with symbolic representations from the Gospels, some obvious - many quite subtle and obscure.
In 2002 Nelson released the album, The Great Divide. A few songs on the album were written by Rob Thomas of Matchbox 20 and Bernie Taupin. Willie Nelson performed a duet on "Beer for my Horses" with Toby Keith on Keith's Unleashed album released in 2002. Nelson also appeared as himself in the 2006 movie Beerfest, looking for teammates to join him in a mythical world-championship cannabis-smoking contest held in Amsterdam. That same week Willie Nelson recorded, "I'll Never Smoke Weed with Willie Again" with Toby Keith. Nelson and his daughter Amy Nelson wrote a song called "A Peaceful Solution," which they released into the public domain, and encouraged artists to render their own version of the song, which he would feature on the Institute's web site.
|1||Dreaming Of A Little Cabin|
|3||I Saw The Light|
|4||In God's Eyes|
|5||My Body's Just A Suitcase For My Soul|
|7||You Can't Have Your Hate And Jesus Too|
|8||A Beautiful Life|
|9||Kneel At The Feet Of Jesus|
|10||Peace In The Valley|