Inez Andrews And The Andrewettes - It Was Jesus / It's In My Heart FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: It Was Jesus / It's In My Heart
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Inez Andrews artist profile. Inez Andrews: Gospel Roots - Remembering the Caravans' lead singer Tony Cummings chronicles the important musical career of gospel singer INEZ. Esther Alexander: Unknown Star You've heard her on Matt Redman albums. You've heard her on Vineyard and Spring Harvest projects
In 1962, Andrews left the Caravans to start her own group, Inez Andrews and the Andrewettes. They toured the country performing songs like "It's in My Heart" and her composition "(Lord I Wonder) What Will Tomorrow Bring?" In the 1960s, Andrews solo work and songwriting further ensconced her in the gospel pantheon
From her beginnings as a child prodigy in her church choir to her work with the Caravans and Andrewettes, her angelic alto melded beautifully in a group setting and handled lead vocals dynamically. Tracks like "Lord Don't Move the Mountain," "The Healer" and "There's a God Somewhere" feature Andrews at the peak of her powers.
In 1962 Ms. Andrews left the Caravans to start her own group, Inez Andrews and the Andrewettes. They toured the country performing songs like It’s in My Heart and her composition (Lord I Wonder) What Will Tomorrow Bring? But by 1967 she was touring as a soloist, and in 1973 she recorded her biggest hit, Lord Don’t Move the Mountain. Lord don’t move the mountain/Give me the strength to climb, she sang. During her long career Ms. Andrews recorded for many labels, among them Savoy, Jewel and Spirit Feel, and often performed at reunion concerts with the Caravans
Sister Inez Andrews born Inez McConico (April 14, 1929 – December 19, 2012) and better known as Inez Andrews was an American gospel singer, songwriter and recording artist. Her soaring, wide-ranging voice - from contralto croon to soul-wrenching wail - made her a pillar of gospel music. The Chicago Tribune stated that "Andrews' throaty contralto made her low notes. They toured the country performing songs such as "It's in My Heart" and her composition "(Lord I Wonder) What Will Tomorrow Bring?". In 2006, she released a reunion album with The Caravans, Albertina Walker, Dorothy Norwood, and original soprano Delores Washington, entitled Paved the Way.
The Caravans singing the original Jesus Will Fix It with Tina and Inez. Inez Andrews- Lord Don't Move My Mountains (Inez Andrews Obituary Photo's). Inez Andrews and The Andrewettes feat. Liz Dargan: "There Must Be A God Somewhere".
Based on your feedback, we are working on improvements. Inez AndrewsCompositions & Recordings. Profile: Female gospel singer. In Groups: Inez Andrews And The Andrewettes, The Caravans (2). Variations: Viewing All Inez Andrews. Andrews, I. Andrews, The Remarkable Inez Andrews.
There's A God Somewhere. Other members of the Caravans include Shirley Caesar, Inez Andrews, Delores Washington and the late Rev. James Cleveland. Dorothy Norwood (born November 27, 1935 in Atlanta, Georgia) began singing and touring with her family at the age of eight. In 1956, she moved to Chicago, Illinois, and was soon singing with gospel singer Mahalia Jackson.
It went to ABC in the 1973 as part of the deal where Don Robey sold his labels to ABC. In 1979, ABC was sold to MCA records, at which point MCA temporarily shut the label down. About a year later, MCA opened a new MCA/Songbird label, with a new roster of artists, favoring the new Contemporary Christian music rather than traditional gospel or funk. SBLP-200 - The Need Of Prayer - Inez Andrews And Andrewettes It was Jesus/It's in My Heart/The Need of Prayer/Look Up and Live/Crying of the Israelites/A God Somewhere/Let the Church Roll On/Battlefield/I Can Tell the World/In Thee/Oh Lord Don't Turn Around/Nobody Knows.
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|A||It Was Jesus
Written-By – I. Andrews*
|B||It's In My Heart
Written-By – A. Slater*