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The Angels in Heaven Done Signed My Name

Leo Bud Welch

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1
I Know I Been Changed
Leo Bud Welch
1:57
2
Jesus Is on the Mainline
Leo Bud Welch
2:46
3
Don't Let the Devil Ride
Leo Bud Welch
2:45
4
I Come to Praise His Name
Leo Bud Welch
3:05
5
Walk With Me Lord
Leo Bud Welch
2:41
6
Right on Time
Leo Bud Welch
3:24
7
I Want To Be at the Meeting
Leo Bud Welch
2:24
8
I Wanna Die Easy
Leo Bud Welch
3:10
9
Let It Shine
Leo Bud Welch
2:32
10
Sweet Home
Leo Bud Welch
1:25
Total Playing Time    26:09
Leo Bud Welch, the deceased delta bluesman, spent his life honing his musical craft. The Mississippi native and 30-year lumberjack performed as a gospel singer in his small hometown for years before he made his first record when he was in his seventies. The influence of the region he called home, his years of musicianship, and his well-lived life blended together to create music that is as unique as he is. Produced by Dan Auerbach at Easy Eye Sound studios in Nashville, TN with performances by Richard Swift.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Easy Eye Sound Studio Masters

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