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The Southern Sons Quartette - Rock In A Weary Land / A Prayer For Tomorrow album mp3

The Southern Sons Quartette - Rock In A Weary Land / A Prayer For Tomorrow album mp3
Performer:
The Southern Sons Quartette
Album:
Rock In A Weary Land / A Prayer For Tomorrow
Style:
Rockabilly
Released:
1953
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1776 mb
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1405 mb
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1419 mb
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The Southern Sons Quartette. Rock In A Weary Land, A Prayer For Tomorrow ‎(10", Single).

A Rock In A Weary Land 2:47 B A Prayer For Tomorrow 2:57. Companies, etc. Record Company – Diamond Record C. Inc. Published By – Globe Music Corp.

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Refrain: Oh, Jesus is a Rock in a weary land, A weary land, a weary land; Oh, Jesus is a Rock in a weary land, A Shelter in the time of storm. A shade by day, defense by night, A Shelter in the time of storm; No fears alarm, no foes afright, A Shelter in the time of storm. The raging storms may round us beat, A Shelter in the time of storm; We’ll never leave our safe Retreat, A Shelter in the time of storm. O Rock divine, O Refuge dear, A Shelter in the time of storm; Be Thou our Helper ever near, A Shelter in the time of storm.

The core of Southern rock takes in a romantic notion of the American Civil War, and draws in bands such as Black Oak Arkansas, Blackfoot, Molly Hatchet,. 38 Special and The Outlaws. It stretches towards true country music through The Charlie Daniels Band and The Marshall Tucker Band – hell, Willie Nelson is a patron saint of this irresistible force. The third album from the Tampa band who brought a country style to their low-key hard rock. Interestingly, this was produced by Bill Szymczyk, who had worked extensively with The Eagles; that experience enabled him to develop The Outlaws’ vocal harmonies, a key part of their approach. They also had three guitars, put to good use on Gunsmoke, while Hugh Thomasson brought out his banjo for So Afraid.

The Southern Sons reached a height of popularity in the '50s. Four decades later, the group was still around, though the lineup had changed a few times. Some artists moved on to other groups, like the Blind Boys of Mississippi and the Dixie Hummingbirds. Music from the Southern Sons offers fans a taste of deep-southern style gospel. Some of the songs the group has recorded include "Live So God Can Use You," "Oh, Lord, I'm in Your Care," "Jesus Is Ready When You Are," "He Answered My Prayers," "I Found the Lord," "Prayer Will Fix.

Southern rock is a subgenre of rock music and a genre of Americana. It developed in the Southern United States from rock and roll, country music, and blues, and is focused generally on electric guitar and vocals. Although the origin of the term Southern rock is unknown, "many people feel that these important contributors to the development of rock and roll have been minimized in rock's history.

The Southern Sons Quartet.

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Tracklist

A Rock In A Weary Land 2:47
B A Prayer For Tomorrow 2:57

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Diamond Record Co., Inc.
  • Published By – Globe Music Corp.

Credits

  • Written-By – James Walker

Notes

Purple label.
Recorded in Jackson, MS, March 1953.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): DRC-168
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): DRC-169