Candle With Special Guest Dean Jones - Nathaniel The Grublet album mp3
Previously released in a different cover. Includes gatefold with five-page comic-strip version of the story.
Nathaniel the Grublet (. Nathaniel the Grublet: A Story) (1979) is a Christian children's album by the Dove Award winning and Grammy Award nominated group Candle and Dean Jones. It is an Agapeland related album. In 1987 a live action 30 minute film was released that was based on the original album. The record album included an illustrated story book to go along with it. In the early 1980s, the album was sold via door-to-door salespeople. Diddle-Daddle Day" (Frank Atcheson).
Nathaniel the Grublet. 1979 studio album by Candle. Nathaniel the Grublet. Special awards are given for longer-lasting contributions to the music industry, the many other Grammy trophies are presented in a pre-telecast Premiere Ceremony earlier in the afternoon before the Grammy Awards telecast. 3. GMA Dove Award – A Dove Award is an accolade by the Gospel Music Association of the United States to recognize outstanding achievement in the Christian music industry. 4. Dean Jones (actor) – Dean Carroll Jones was an American actor best known for his light-hearted leading roles in several Walt Disney films between 1965 and 1977, such as The Love Bug.
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Jones also recorded a singing album, Introducing Dean Jones, for Valiant Records. Disney signed Jones on for a string of Disney films in the 1960s and 1970s, beginning with That Darn Cat!. His performance was so well-received that Disney used him for future movies including The Ugly Dachshund (1966), Blackbeard's Ghost (1968), "Million Dollar Duck" (1971) and Snowball Express (1972). Jones appeared in several Christian films. He also voiced the narrator in Birdwing Records' 1979 studio album, Nathaniel the Grublet, as well as voicing the standard English narration for the 80 minute Bible overview, God's Story: From Creation to Eternity.