Otis W. Bell - For Such A Time As This album flac
- Album: For Such A Time As This
- FLAC: 1335 mb | MP3: 1202 mb
- Style: Gospel, Vocal, Easy Listening, Religious
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 140
- Format: FLAC ASF MIDI TTA MPC AUD APE
|A1||Jesus Grows Sweeter Each Day|
|A2||My Father Knows|
|A3||Take Not This Cross Away|
|A4||Lord Take My Life|
|A5||Tell Me Precious Jesus|
|B1||How Wonderful To Walk With Jesus|
|B2||Praise The Lord|
|B3||I Am Going Home|
|B4||Bells Are Ringing|
|B5||For Such A Time As This|
- Written-By, Vocals, Piano – Otis W. Bell
Watch the official video contest winner for Otis Redding's 'These Arms Of Mine' from the 1964 album Pain In My Heart. Video directed by Nicolas Beauchemin.
Marketplace 3 For Sale. Vinyl and CD. Otis W. Bell Discography Tracks. For Such A Time As This (LP, Album). Century Advent Recording.
Shuggie Otis (born Johnny Alexander Veliotes, J. November 30, 1953) is an American singer-songwriter, recording artist, and t. Otis's composition "Strawberry Letter 23" (as recorded by The Brothers Johnson) topped the Billboard R&B chart and reached of the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1977. He also achieved commercial success with his 1974 single "Inspiration Information" (from the album of the same name), reaching on the R&B chart.
This album is noted for Hayes's image (shaved head, gold jewelry, sunglasses, et. and his distinct sound (extended orchestral songs relying heavily on organs, horns and guitars, deep bass vocals, et. Also on the album, Hayes reinterpreted "Walk On By" (which had been made famous by Dionne Warwick) into a 12-minute exploration. By the Time I Get to Phoenix" starts with an eight-minute-long monologue before breaking into song, and the lone original number, the funky esquedalymistic" runs nearly ten minutes, a significant break from. I Can't Turn Around" would prove a popular song as time went on. "i can't turn around" was re birthed during the house music era in chicago in the 80's by house music duo jm silk. This would be Hayes's last album to chart in the top 40 for many years.
On his solos on this album he strips the idea of the blues down to very simple gestures (. a bent string, but bent in such a subtle way that the seasoned blues listener will be surprised).
Outside of an anthology or greatest hits package, this is the Otis Redding disc to own. Eight of the eleven selections are cover tunes, but Otis and crew attack the material with such passion and precision that it escapes the usual haphazard feel of a full length record slapped together around a few strong singles. There’s three Sam Cooke numbers, ( Wonderful World, Shake and the incredible A Change Is Gonna Come ), a fabulous rendition of Solomon Burke’s Down in the Valley, . King’s Rock Me Baby, William Bell’s You Don’t.
And if there were such a thing as a ghost in Europe, we would have it at home in one of our museums. A few weeks later, on a lovely July evening, Mr Otis, his wife and their children, Washington, Virginia and the twins, went down to their new home. When they entered the avenue of Canterville Castle, the sky suddenly became dark and a spooky stillness was in the air. Mrs Umney, the housekeeper, led them into the library of the castle, where they sat down and began to look around.
There comes a time, though, when Esther is forced to make a choice about her identity. For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another place, but you and your father’s family will perish
Otis Redding, ‘Otis Blue’. Otis Redding's third album includes covers of three songs by Sam Cooke, Redding's idol, who had died the previous December. Their styles were different: Cooke, smooth and sure; Redding, raw and pleading. There, Young made an album of heartbreaking ballads such as "Tell Me Why" and "Don't Let It Bring You Down. The music is gentle, but never smooth (check the bracing "Southern Man").
I can say: Lord for such a time as this, thank you for calling me aside. For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another place, but you and your father's family will perish. And who knows but that you have come to royal position for such a time as this?" Esther 4:14 NIV. Although my ministry to bless a child may not be on as grand a scale as Queen Esther’s, it certainly is an opportunity to make a difference, and that is what we all must do as Christians.