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Kentucky Winder - Mark Graham (7) & Tom Sauber - Thought I Heard It Blow (CD, Album)

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  1. Billy Graham's words of wisdom reached far across the globe, echoing from the past into the future. Over the years, he made clear that this Earth was just his temporary home.
  2. This fine folk/folk rock-oriented album was co-produced by Mark Heard and the Solid Rock boss Larry Norman and features musicians like Tom Howard, Randy Stonehill, Al Perkins, and the late great Jon Linn, among others. More info to be found over at Solid Rock Records. JUNE ~ A new Mark Heard cover.
  3. Summary: Mark Heard is 33 years old and was born on 11/07/ Mark Heard currently lives in Memphis, TN; in the past Mark has also lived in Decatur AL and Florence AL. Sometimes Mark goes by various nicknames including Mark G Heard, Mark G Heard, Mark Graham Heard and Graham Heard.
  4. Find a Grave, database and images (osflamesonsconlampviratolenripag.coinfo: accessed), memorial page for John Mark Heard, III (16 Dec –16 Aug ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Riverside Cemetery, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia, USA ; Maintained by Quilter (contributor ).
  5. Old-time fans have heard Tom’s music on his CD with harmonica virtuoso Mark Graham (Thought I Heard it Blow), on his recording with Dirk Powell and John Herrmann (One-Eyed Dog) or, more recently, through his performances with his son, Patrick, and Mark Graham as The Brainstormers.
  6. TOM SAUBER: THE OLD TIME WAY. Mark Graham and I recorded an album, just banjo and harmonica, "I Thought I Heard it Blow." We're very pleased with how that came out. More recently, Mark and I have been performing as The Brainstormers-a tip of the hat to Mark's brand of song. I'd like to play more with Mark and with Patrick.
  7. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles originally recorded I Heard It Through the Grapevine written by Barrett Strong and Norman Whitfield and Smokey Robinson & The Miracles released it on the album Ultimate Rarities Collection Number #1 - Motown Sings Motown Treasures in It was also covered by Nigel [Wilson], Julian Garner, Topanga Canyon Orchestra, Garou and other artists.
  8. King and other pastors thought Graham's approach was narrow, that unjust laws and institutions promoting racism had to be changed, not just people's hearts, Baldwin says. Graham, though, could not embrace a Christianity that went beyond saving souls, says Baldwin, author of "The Voice of Conscience: The Church in the Mind of Martin Luther King Jr.".

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