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Living Water - Wind's Are Blowin' mp3
Interprète: Living Water
Titre: Wind's Are Blowin'
Publié sur: 1981
Label: Psalm One
Pays: US
Style: Contemporary, Religious
Genre: Pop / Monde, Country
Classement: 4.5
Votes: 431
Formats: Vinyl, LP
Taille du MP3: 2168 mb


1Give Me The Courage
Written-By – Faye Mulder
2Psalm 27:4, 5
3Jesus, Priceless Treasure
Written-By – Johann Franck, Ludvig M. Lindeman
4You Are The Answer
Written-By – Bruce Kobielush
5We Are The Ones
Written-By – Peggy Kobielush
Written-By – John Pantry
7Believing Is Seeing
8Nothing Is Impossible
Written-By – John Pantry
9Never Had A Reason
Written-By – Peggy Kobielush
10Come Let Us Worship (Medley)
Written-By – Dave Doherty
11I Praise You
Written-By – Roger Strader


  • Arranged By [Vocals], VocalsPatsy Buckhaus, Peggy Buckhaus
  • Art DirectionBob McConnell
  • BassErnie Collins (tracks: B2), Larry Paxton
  • Contractor [String]Kristin Wilkinson
  • DrumsMark Hammond
  • Engineer [Tracks], WoodwindQuitman Dennis
  • Engineer [Vocals]Brent King
  • GuitarBrent Rowan, Dan Huff (tracks: B2)
  • Mixed ByPaul Martinson
  • PercussionFarrell Morris
  • Photography ByHal Briggs
  • PianoDave Huntsinger
  • Producer, Arranged By [Vocals]Bruce Kobielush
  • SynthesizerAlan Steinberger
  • VocalsBettie Lou Barnes, Carol Braun, Carol Eidahl, Mary Almen, Priscilla Strutz


  • Copyright (c) – Psalm One
  • Distributed By – Psalm One
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Psalm One
  • Produced For – Track One Productions
  • Recorded At – Creative Workshop
  • Recorded At – Sound Stage Studios
  • Mixed At – Sound 80 Studios


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