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Thomas Mosie Lister (September 8, 1921 - February 12, 2015)
Cochran, Georgia native Mosie Lister was one of the most prolific songwriters in Southern Gospel Music. Though known mostly for his songwriting, he was also a singer with the Melody Masters Quartet and the Sunny South Quartet. He was also the original lead singer chosen by Hovie Lister (no relation) when Hovie launched the Statesmen in 1948.
Lister passed away on February 12, 2015 at the age of 93.
1965 Inspirations From Pen And Voice (Skylite Records/SLP-6029): I Won't Turn Back; At The Crossing; How Long Has It Been; Nothing Can Compare; The Man On The Middle Cross; If You Believe; I've Been Changed; His Grace Is Sufficient For Me; If You Could Live Your Life Over; I'm Feeling Fine; When You Travel All Alone; Sometimes It Seems.