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United States United States. DJ since Aug 23, 2008
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cyclingroo The epitome of Jake and Elwood can be found in this song.
cyclingroo In 1967, The Bar-Kays first recorded this song. In 1980, Jake and Elwood released it on their "Made in America" album.
cyclingroo Everybody needs a little love from the boys from Illinois.
cyclingroo The soul's almighty and we are willing.
cyclingroo Though I walk through the valley, no more shadows will cover me.
cyclingroo Here is Al's latest song (first from his upcoming new album). This one is a parody of TT's song by the same name.
cyclingroo Green Day knew they hit the big time when Weird Al satirized them.
cyclingroo Al's admonition to all the copyright violators among us.
cyclingroo Wade Mainer bridged the gap between mountain music and bluegrass. After a successful career, he took his wife and his banjo into full-time ministry.
cyclingroo There's a bright and sunny side to life.
cyclingroo Bear me away on your snow white wings to my immortal home.
cyclingroo In 1951, Rick Darnell and Roy Hawkins wrote this oft covered song. In 1970 BB King recorded this signature version.
cyclingroo I wish I knew who the artist was on this one. I love the violin that starts this version off.

Church in the Wildwood

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cyclingroo Don Francisco is an amazing Christian folk singer and songwriter. And his version of this classic is faithful and stirring.
cyclingroo This recording of the old-time favorite is a crisp a cappella version that really makes the lyrics pop.
cyclingroo In life, the most difficult battles involve walking, singing and trusting God to win the battle.
cyclingroo When I find myself walking alone, I need the Lord to take my hand and guide me.
cyclingroo Elvis could belt out a spiritual better than almost anyone.
cyclingroo Church is supposed to put a smile on your face. And this song (and the band) really spread a grin across mine.

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