» » Nathan Stanley & Ralph Stanley - He Suffered For My Reward
Nathan Stanley & Ralph Stanley - He Suffered For My Reward album download
Nathan Stanley & Ralph Stanley - He Suffered For My Reward album download
Performer: Nathan Stanley & Ralph Stanley
Title: He Suffered For My Reward
Released: 2007
Style: Gospel
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AC3 AAC APE RA AU MPC DXD
FLAC size: 1688 mb | MP3 size: 1447 mb | WMA size: 1460 mb

Artists Ralph Stanley A Mother's Prayer He Suffered for My Reward. He Suffered for My Reward Ralph Stanley.

Nathan Stanley is the grandson of bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley. At just 14 years old Nathan is already playing mandolin in his grandfather’s band, the Clinch Mountain Boys. The band includes three generations of the Stanley men as Nathan’s uncle Ralph Stanley II also plays with the group. Nathan has just announced the release of his second solo CD, He Suffered For My Reward. As the title might imply, the CD focuses on the bluegrass gospel music so strong in the Stanley tradition. Nathan and his grandfather jointly produced the CD which features performances by gospel vocalist Judy Marshall,. The album also features two songs in the a cappella style of Nathan’s grandfather Ralph. When asked about the CD, Nathan responds.

Dr. Ralph Stanley has been singing and playing bluegrass music since 1947, and after more than 50 years, his music has changed remarkably little: his voice may be rougher and more fragile than it was in his youth, but he still sings with a fierce and unaffected mountain purity, and he continues to lead a solid acoustic band that performs this music with. a balance of virtuoso skill and little need for flash and filigree. He Suffered for My Reward.

He Suffered for My Reward ~ Nathan Stanley and Ralph Stanley The fabled "Stanley sound" in bluegrass gospel music passes to the third generation âe¦ The 14-year-old prodigy is the grandson of Ralph Stanley and mandolinist for his band, the Clinch Mountain Boys. He has been performing with the band since he was four, standing at his grandfather's knee playing spoons. Stanley's uncle, Ralph Stanley II, is the long-time lead singer for the Clinch Mountain Boys. Several songs on the new album were made famous by the Stanley Brothers (Ralph and Carter) or later by Ralph himself. Among these are "Cry from the Cross," "Traveling the Highway Home" and "Take Your Shoes Off, Moses. The album offers two songs-"Me And God" and "Turn Back, Turn Back"-in the a cappella style immortalized by his Grammy-winning grandfather.

Ralph Stanley, Nathan Stanley, and Ralph Stanley II - Rank Stranger. He'll Always Be Papaw To Me - Nathan Stanley. Chords: C. G. D. 2:59. Rank Strangers - Nathan Stanley & the Clinch Mountian Boys. Ralph Stanley,Nathan Stanley & Rhonda Vencent. Sherman Andrus, Jeff Easter - Take My Hand, Precious Lord.

Album Ralph Stanley & Friends: Man of Constant Sorrow. Oh, Death Oh, Death Won't you spare me over 'til another year?

He Suffered for My Reward. He Took Me In. He Will Set Your Fields On Fire. Heaven's Bright Shore. Hemlock and Primroses. Hemlocks and Primroses. Hills of Home (A Tribute to Carter Stanley). Home in the Mountains. How Can We Thank Him for What He Has Done. How Far to Little Rock. How Mountain Girls Can Love. I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow. I Am The Man, Thomas.

Ralph Stanley new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music. Nathan Stanley Continues Grandpa Ralph's 'Legacy' on Latest Album, With Brad Paisley. Bluegrass Legend Dr. Ralph Stanley Teams With Cracker Barrel for 'Man of Constant Sorrow'. Stagecoach Festival: Photos Backstage and On-Stage. Jason Crabb Tops 2012 Dove Awards Nominees.

Tracklist

1 Cry From The Cross 3:04
2 The Blood That Stained The Old Rugged Cross 2:14
3 He Suffered For My Reward 2:41
4 Me And God 2:13
5 Take Your Shoes Off Moses 2:26
6 If We Never Meet Again 2:55
7 My God Is Great 1:46
8 You'll Be Cast Aside 2:39
9 Turn Back, Turn Back 2:29
10 In His Arms I'm Not Afraid 2:59
11 Never Grow Old 2:28
12 Travelling The Highway Home 2:20
Comments (1)
Qumenalu
This album is the first I've seen with Nathan Stanley listed before his grandfather, Ralph Stanley, as the artist credit.