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Sister Miriam Therese Winter, SCMM, Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk Singers / John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin And Instrumental Ensemble - Praise The Lord In Many Voices: A Recorded Performance In Carnegie Hall: Part I FLAC album


Performer: Sister Miriam Therese Winter, SCMM, Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk Singers / John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin And Instrumental Ensemble
Genre: Rock / Folk and Country
Title: Praise The Lord In Many Voices: A Recorded Performance In Carnegie Hall: Part I
Country: UK
Released: 1967
Style: Folk, Religious, Psychedelic
Label: Avant Garde Records, Ltd.
Catalog Number: AVM-102
FLAC version ZIP size: 2449 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1084 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1990 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 488

Tracklist

1Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk SingersRecessional: God Gives His People Strength
Words By, Music By – Sister Miriam Therese Winter
2:35
2John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin Credo - Death In The City
Words By – John Schultz
5:10
3John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin Sanctus - Lord In The City2:10
4John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin Agnus Dei - New Life In The City2:50
5John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin Gloria - Joy In The City5:12
6 Mass For The Secular City
7 Mass Of A Pilgrim People
8John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin Kyrie - Lament Of The City3:33
9Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk SingersOur Father1:30
10Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk SingersCreed3:25
11Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk SingersHoly, Holy, Holy1:10
12Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk SingersLamb Of God1:30
13Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk SingersLord, Have Mercy1:55
14Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk SingersGlory To God1:46
15John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin Introit - Sing To The Lord3:00

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AVS-102Sister Miriam Therese Winter, SCMM, Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk Singers / John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin And Instrumental Ensemble Sister Miriam Therese Winter, SCMM, Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk Singers / John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin And Instrumental Ensemble - Praise The Lord In Many Voices: A Recorded Performance In Carnegie Hall: Part I ‎(LP)Avant Garde Records AVS-102US1967
AVM-102, AV-102Sister Miriam Therese Winter, SCMM, Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk Singers / John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin And Instrumental Ensemble Sister Miriam Therese Winter, SCMM, Medical Mission Sisters And Paulist Folk Singers / John Ylvisaker, Robert Edwin And Instrumental Ensemble - Praise The Lord In Many Voices: A Recorded Performance In Carnegie Hall: Part I ‎(LP, Mono)Avant Garde Records , Avant Garde Records AVM-102, AV-102US1967

Credits

  • BassKurt Jerde (tracks: B1 to B5b)
  • Cabasa, TambourineAurello Grott (tracks: B1 to B5b)
  • ConductorSister Miriam Therese Winter (tracks: A1 to A7)
  • DesignOdette
  • DrumsMikkel Romstad (tracks: B1 to B5b)
  • Liner NotesC. J. McNaspy
  • OrganAmanda Ylvisaker (tracks: B1 to B5b)
  • PianoJane Jarvis (tracks: B1 to B5b)
  • Vocals [Assisting Vocalist]Robert Edwin (tracks: B1 to B5b)
  • Vocals, Guitar, Adapted By [Word Adaptations], Music ByJohn Ylvisaker (tracks: B1 to B5b)

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): AVM-102A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): AVM-102B
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): AVM-102A (Stamped)
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side ): AVM-102B (Stamped)

Companies

  • Record Company – Avant Garde Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Vanguard Music Corp.
  • Recorded At – Carnegie Hall

Video

Gralmeena
A live concert from Carnegie Hall, side one consists of the choral/folk sounds of the Medical Mission Sisters, joined here by the male Paulist Singers. Good harmonies enhanced by a nice background of classical guitars and a snappy rhythm section, south-of-the—border styleTthe real winner is side two with one of the first vinyl appearances of John Ylvisaker, whose solo lps on the same label are among the most outstanding examples of early Jesus rock. This session doesn’t quite match those efforts; nevertheless John and band (with Robert Edwin assisting on vocals) deliver a nice mix of bossa nova, samba, hard rock, and gospel blues, highlighted by wife Amanda’s organ playing.