Old-Time Gospel Songbook
by Wayne Erbsen
The lyrics, music, guitar chords, vintage photos and song histories to 56 great old-time gospel tunes. 75 pages. The perfect companion to the "Old Time Gospel Favorites" recording above.
SONGS INCLUDE; A Beautiful Life, Amazing Grace, Angel Band, Are You Washed in the Blood?, As I Went Down in the Valley to Pray, The Church in the Wildwood, Death is Only a Dream, Deep Settled Peace, Don’t You Hear Jerusalem Moan?, Drifting Too Far From the Shore, Give Me the Roses Now, The Glory-Land Way, The Hallelujah Side, Hallelujah We Shall Rise, Hand in Hand With Jesus, He Will Set Your Fields on Fire, Hold to God’s Unchanging Hand, How Beautiful Heaven Must Be, I Feel Like Traveling On, I Have Found the Way, I Will Arise, I Will Never Turn Back, If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again, I’ll Be No Stranger There, Jesus Savior Pilot Me, Just a Closer Walk With Thee, Just Over in the Gloryland, Keep on the Sunny side of Life, Kneel at the Cross, Leaning on the Everlasting Arms, Life’s Railway to Heaven, Lord I’m Coming Home, Methodist Pie, Oh Those Tombs, Old-Time Religion, On the Sea of Life, Our Meeting is Over, Palms of Victory, Pass Me Not, Poor Wayfaring Stranger, Previous Memories, Rock of Ages, Shake Hands With Mother Again, Shall We Gather at the River, Swing Low Swing Chariot, The Unclouded Day, Walk in Jerusalem Just like John, We Are Going Down the Valley, We Shall Meet Someday, We’ll Understand It Better By and By, When the Roll is Called Up Yonder, When They Ring the Golden Bells, Where the Soul of Man Never Dies, Where We’ll Never Grow Old, Will There Be Any Stars?, Wondrous Love.
"I've been using the 'Old-Time Gospel Songbook' to learn how to add chords to the melody line on the piano. I also got the book because I am learning how to back-up the melody line on the fiddle. I am very pleased with the book, and my piano teacher has bought the book for several of her students. She said it is an excellent way to learn to play chords." Pat & Bill Ramey
"In January I received my order from your company. I just want to say 'Thank You; for the songbooks. They have been a blessing. My grandmother passed away in 1966 and the song 'Wayfaring Stranger' was the one she sang in church. I am now playing the song using the chords and it brings back lots of wonderful memories." Tresa Laferty
"It's a wonderful book and our little group really enjoys it." Jo Remondini