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Jewell Monroe "Whitey" Gleason (May 18, 1932 - June 30, 2007)
Whitey Gleason was the pianist for the Blackwood Brothers for several years in the 1960s. He also wrote many Southern Gospel songs, most of which were recorded by the Blackwood Brothers. He had previously formed his own group, the Jubilee Quartet.
1965 "Mr. Piano" Whitey Gleason Of The Blackwood Brothers Quartet (Temple Records/LST-319): The Assurance March; I'll Never Walk Alone; Under The Double Eagle; If I Follow; Just A Closer Walk With Thee; Wonder Of Wonders; If We Never Meet Again; The Fight Is On; At The Altar; Nobody; Power In The Blood; Tell Me Why.
1975 The Sounds Of Whitey Gleason At The Keyboard (Mid-America Recordings/LP-323): He's Got The Whole World In His Hands; Lead Me Gently Home; Royal Telephone; If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again; I'm So Glad Jesus Lifted Me; Kneel At The Cross; Jacob's Ladder; Walk, Talk And Sing; Showers Of Blessing; This World Is Not My Home; Lord, I'm Coming Home; Down By The Riverside.
1975 Mister Piano Plays For You (Mid-America Recordings/LP-324): Do Lord; Christ Arose; Down On My Knees; Standin' In The Need Of Prayer; Whispering Hope; I'll Fly Away; Victory In Jesus; He Set Me Free; Haven Of Rest; Old Time Power.
1975 The Fight Is On (Mid-America Recordings/LP-325): The Holy City; On The Jericho Road; He'll Understand And Say Well Done; When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder; Forever And Ever; The Fight Is On; I Saw A Man; Medley Of Favorite Hymns; When We All Get To Heaven; Nobody.