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Statesmen 1950s

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1957 The Statesmen Quartet with Hovie Lister (RCA Victor/LPM-1411): Glory, Glory, Clear The Road; Journeyís End; Lord I Want To Go To Heaven; My God Is Real; Led Out Of Bondage; Guide My Feet; I Wonder What My New Address Will Be; One Of The Mornings; Heís Everywhere; Everybody Will Be Happy Over There; Hide Me, Rock Of Ages; I Know It Was The Lord (Denver Crumpler, Jake Hess, Doy Ott, ďBig ChiefĒ Jim Wetherington).

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1958 The Statesmen Quartet Sings with Hovie Lister (RCA Victor/LPM-1605): Nicodemus; God Is My Shepherd; Itís A Wonderful Feeling; Wonderful Is The Lord; The Sea Walker; I Know He Heard My Prayer; Ransomed Millions; My Lordís Been A-Walkiní; When My Master Walks With Me; If To Gain The World; Stand By Me; The Gentle Stranger (Backliner notes lists Cat Freeman as high tenor along with Jake, Doy, and Big Chief).

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1958 The Bible Told Me So (RCA Victor/LPM-1683): My Heart Is A Chapel; No One But Jesus Knows; The Bible Told Me So; Taller Than Trees; Move That Mountain; If God Didnít Care; Brand New Star; Known Only To Him; In The Beginning; Your First Day In Heaven; My Brotherís Keeper; Iím Climbing Higher And Higher (Backliner notes mentions this LP was released after the death of high tenor Denver Crumpler who is on all the cuts).

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1959 Hymns (Skylite Records 1198 / Statesmen Records 1198 / Faith Records 1198/1199): Softly And Tenderly; I Am Thine, O Lord; Sweet Hour Of Prayer; Near To The Heart Of God; Have Thine Own Way; My Jesus, I Love Thee; Leaning On The Everlasting Arms; There Is A Fountain; I Surrender All; The Old Rugged Cross; Just As I Am; Let The Lower Lights Be Burning (Hovie Lister, James "Big Chief" Wetherington, Doy Ott, Jake Hess, Rozie Rozell).

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1959 Iíll Meet You By the River (RCA Victor/LPM/LSP-2065): Jesus, Hold My Hand; Did You Ever Go Sailiní; Surely I Will Lord; If We Never Meet Again; Turn Your Radio On; Iíll Meet You By The River; Iíll Meet You In The Morning; Thereís A Little Pine Log Cabin; He Set Me Free; Her Mansion Is Higher Than Mine; Iíll Fly Away; Iíve Found A Hiding Place (Rosie Rozellís first Victor LP with the Statesmen, produced by Chet Atkins, first Victor stereo LP for Statesmen, all songs written by Albert Brumley).

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1959 Get Away Jordan (Skylite Records/SRLP/SSLP-5965): How Many Times; Hide Thou Me; Happy Rhythm; Where No One Stands Alone; I Bowed On My Knees And Cried Holy; On Revival Day; Get Away Jordan; When You Travel All Alone; Jesus Fills My Every Need; In The Sweet Forever; What A Day That Will Be; Sho Do Need Him Now.

1959 The Statesmen And The Chuck Wagon Gang Vol. 1 (Sesac Recordings/R-1701/02): The Statesmen Quartet - Iíve Got That Feeling; No Greater Love; Go Down To Jordan; He Knows Just What I Need; He Will Show You The Way; Mansion Over The Hilltop; The Chuck Wagon Gang - I Know Iíll Feel At Home; Beautiful; Where No One Stands Alone; I Can Call Jesus Anytime; I Know Iím Saved; Justice Called And Mercy Answered.
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