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Praise the Lord

Praise the Lord

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 Album Artwork
Artist: Wanda Jackson
Release: March 1972
Label: Capitol Records
Genres: CountryChristianGospel
Recorded: January 1971 – December 1971
Length: 29:30
Producer: Larry Butler • Bill Walker
Format: Cassette • Digital • Vinyl
Purchase: Amazon

Praise the Lord is the eighteenth album and twenty-fifth release by the artist Wanda Jackson, based out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Content[edit]

Music Chronology

Wanda Jackson
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I've Gotta Sing Praise the Lord We'll Sing in the Sunshine
1971 1972 1972

Track Listing[edit]

Listen

All songs written by Wanda Jackson except where noted.

  1. "The King is Coming" — 3:26
  2. "My Testimony" — 2:16
  3. "Didn't He Shine" — 3:30
  4. "He Gives Us All His Love" — 2:48
  5. "People Gotta Be Loving" — 2:06
  6. "How Great Thou Art" — 3:10
  7. "Am I Not Brother's Keeper" — 2:33
  8. "Oh Happy Day" — 4:22
  9. "He's the Man" — 2:42
  10. "Battle Hymn of the Republic" — 3:22

Personnel[edit]

Wanda Jackson[edit]

Additional Musicians[edit]

  • The Oak Ridge Boys — Vocals
  • Tommy Allsup — Guitar
  • John Darnall — Guitar
  • Ray Edenton — Guitar
  • Mike Post — Guitar
  • Billy Sanford — Guitar
  • Stuart Bascore — Steel Guitar
  • Weldon Myrick — Steel Guitar
  • Junior Huskey — Bass
  • John Williams — Bass
  • David Briggs — Piano
  • Ron Oates — Piano
  • Buddy Harman — Drums
  • William Harris — Drums

Production[edit]

  • Larry Butler — Producer
  • Bill Walker — Producer
  • William J. Gaither — Writer (Track: 1)
  • Bob McDill — Co-Writer (Track: 3)
  • Allen Reynolds — Co-Writer (Track: 3)
  • Randy Newman — Writer (Track: 4)
  • Yvonne DeVaney — Writer (Track: 5)
  • Stuart K. Hine — Writer (Track: 6)
  • Larry Henley — Co-Writer (Track: 7)
  • Kenny O'Dell — Co-Writer (Track: 7)
  • Edwin Hawkins — Writer (Track: 8)
  • Wendell Goodman — Co-Writer (Track: 9)
  • Walt Schultz, Jr. — Co-Writer (Track: 9)
  • Julia Ward Howe — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • William Steffe — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • Reverend Paul Salyer — Liner Notes

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