Jim Eanes - Let Him Lead You album flac
|Crown Of Thorns|
|Jesus Is My Guiding Light|
|Mother Taught Me How To Pray|
|In His Arms I'm Not Afraid|
|The Coming Of Our Lord|
|Little House Of Prayer|
|Let Him Lead You|
|When They Ring Those Golden Bells|
|Take Me Home Blessed Jesus|
|REB 1673||Jim Eanes||Let Him Lead You (LP, Album)||Rebel Records||REB 1673||US||1989|
|REB-1673||Jim Eanes||Let Him Lead You (LP, TP)||Rebel Records||REB-1673||US||1989|
Jim Eanes recorded the song while on tour in Europe, backed by the Belgian Bluegrass Band Smoketown Strut on September 21 1980 with on mandolin .
Gentleman Jim Reeves sings a classic country gospel song. Written by Thomas E. Dorsey
In Groups: Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys, Jim Eanes & The New World Bluegrass Band, Jim Eanes & The Shenandoah Valley Boys. Variations: Viewing All Jim Eanes. Let Him Lead You (Album).
He wants to lead you to where you both will be happy and free. You just need to let him. You just need to trust him. Even if you’re not sure. Trust that he will get you there. Then you gotta let him lead. Three years ago I was a girl who didn’t know anything about relationships. I was just going with the flow.
A Statesman of Bluegrass Music. Where the Cool Waters Flow. Jim Eanes & Smoketown Strut. Let Him Lead You. Jim Eanes.
Let Him Lead You. In His Arms, 2m 30sec. Chat About Let Him Lead You by Jim Eanes. For You. Music, radio and podcasts, all free. Listen online or download the iHeartRadio App. Connect.
Jim Eanes; Red Smiley; The Bluegrass Cut-Ups. Webco Classics,Vol 3-Jim Eanes. Listen to In His Arms now. Listen to In His Arms in full in the this site app.
Jim Eanes learned to play the guitar at an early age despite an injury to his left hand. He had his first musical training as a rhythm guitarist in his father's string band. In 1940, he joined "Roy Hall's Blue Ridge Entertainers" performing at a radio station in Roanoke, Virginia until 1943 when Roy Hall died. In the mid-1940s, Eanes joined "Uncle Joe and the Blue Mountain Boys". He also performed with Flatt & Scruggs, and in 1948, with Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys . Bluegrass Ballads – Rebel 1643 (1986). Reminiscing – Rebel 1653 (1987). Let Him Lead You – Rebel 1673 (1989). 5oth Anniversary – Rebel 1683 (1990). Heart of the South (with Bobby Atkins) – Rural Rhythm RHY-1012(1991).
James Travis Reeves (August 20, 1923 – July 31, 1964) was an American country and popular music singer-songwriter. With records charting from the 1950s to the 1980s, he became well known as a practitioner of the Nashville sound (a mixture of older country-style music with elements of popular music). Known as "Gentleman Jim", his songs continued to chart for years after his death. Reeves died in the crash of his private airplane