In two parts.
Part one: Did anyone else notice the pic of Guy Penrod and his kid, Tyler, taken at a recent TBN taping (CeCe Winans hosting)? If you missed it, it’s still up over at gospelmusicupdate. Because, you know, no one can get enough of GP. There are also some Barbara Mandrell shots, assuming you didn’t get enough of her back in April, and goodness, those Winans are, to quote from Sordid Lives, pho-tow-genic.
Part two: from the South Fort Myers Goodwill off Island Park Road, four classic LPs from the netheryears of inspo-gospel. Up first (and I’ll warn you … they get obscurer as we go), Doug Oldham, who appears to be one sodiumated buffet feast away from a myocardial infarction, Sings Jerry Falwell’s Television Favorites (1972, Heartwarming). Jerry Falwell, otoh, looks eerily like my father, circa 1983 (no offense, dad).
Next up: Robbie Hiner (lately of SongGarden, or not, it’s hard to keep track) In Concert at (Jerry Falwell’s) Thomas Road Baptist Church (1978, Light). Check out that bow-tie (the album is SIGNED, too, “Love In Christ, Robbie Hiner”).
Onward, to the Rick Powell Singers, Singing the Songs of Bill and Gloria Gaither (1973, Singcord, a division of Zondervan). Not signed, but still in the shrink wrap. Score.
And finally, more Gaither covers! This time: The Grace Singers Get All Excited (1973, Crusade Enterprises) . Also signed. Double score.
These almost top my Singing In Tongues snag off ebay a while back.
Almost.Email this Post