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Dottie Rambo - Stand By The River album download
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Dottie Rambo (March 2, 1934 – May 11, 2008) was an American gospel singer and songwriter. She was a Grammy and multiple Dove Award-winning artist. Rambo, along with husband Buck and daughter Reba, formed the award-winning southern Gospel group, The Rambos. She penned more than twenty-five hundred . ore . Year: 2003. 6. West KY Coalmines (AKA-The Battle of the Forty Miners). 8. My Unchanging Friend.

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Dottie Rambo, who has died from injuries sustained in a road accident, aged 74, was a leading figure in American gospel music, both as a singer and as an extraordinarily prolific songwriter. Nevertheless, she had a 2003 hit, Stand By the River, a duet with Dolly Parton. She was named Songwriter of the Century by the Country Christian Music Association in 1994, received an ASCAP award in 2000, entered the Kentucky Hall of Fame in 2006 and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame the following year.

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Rambo was also the victim of financial wrongdoing by ministry employees. She returned to touring in 2002, and a year later released the comeback LP Stand by the River; another new album, Sheltered, was completed in late 2007. Rambo died May 11, 2008, of injuries sustained in a tour bus accident en route to a scheduled Mother's Day performance in Mount Vernon, Missouri. She was 74. ~ Jason Ankeny. Madisonville, KY. GENRE.

Dottie Rambo was born Joyce Reba Luttrell March 2, 1934 in Madisonville, Kentucky during the height of the Great Depression. She grew up in poverty and developed an early affinity for country music. Dottie learned to play guitar while listening at night to the Grand Ole Opry on WSM radio in Nashville. At eight years of age, she started writing songs while sitting on a creek bank near her Morganfield, Kentucky home. The 21st century brought her back into the recording studio making her 71st album, Stand by the River. Again it was a chart topper - giving Dottie hit records through five decades. And it had the added prestige of the duet with country legend Dolly Parton being nominated for CCMA song of the year, duet of the year, Dove nominated for Country Recorded Song of the Year, Gospel Fan Awards for Duo of the Year and Song of the Year.

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1 We've Weathered Storms Before
2 He Looked Beyond My Fault
3 I'm Gonna Leave Here Shoutin'
4 Bring All Your Needs To The Altar
5 Stand By The River
Vocals [Duet With] – Dolly Parton
6 West KY Coalmines (AKA - The Battle Of The Forty Miners)
7 The Harvest
8 My Unchanging Friend
9 When I Lift Up My Hand
10 Thank You Sweet Lord
11 My Song Is New

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Spring Hill Music Group, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Spring Hill Music Group, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Masterfonics
  • Recorded At – The Groove Room
  • Mixed At – The Greene Room
  • Recorded At – Michael Sykes Productions
  • Mastered At – Chateau Productions
  • Recorded At – The Carolina Room
  • Recorded At – Blueberry Hill

Credits

  • Executive Producer – Phil Johnson
  • Mastered By – Don DeMumbrum
  • Mixed By – Pete Greene
  • Music By – Dony McGuire (tracks: 1), Dottie Rambo
  • Producer – Michael Sykes
  • Recorded By – Pete Greene
  • Recorded By [Vocal Overdubs] – David Ponder, Woody Wright
  • Words By – Dony McGuire (tracks: 1), Dottie Rambo

Notes

Issued in standard jewel case with booklet and back insert

Dolly Parton appears courtesy of Blue Eye Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 89042 10452 4