Sego Brothers And Naomi - Sing Somebody Touched Me FLAC album
I'm Going That Way" Sego Brothers and Naomi Somebody Touched Me (1968) Songwriter: Bill Fold Publisher: SESAC.
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The southern gospel group, The Segos Brothers & Naomi from Macon, GA, formed in 1958. The group appeared on WMAZ-TV (Macon) and became locally popular. They later gained national recognition with their song, "Satisfied With Me". Being pioneers of southern gospel music, they are believed to be the first southern gospel group to sell over a million records with with their hit, "Sorry, I Never Knew You", which debuted on the Billboard Country Singles chart February 1, 1964.
Sego Brothers & Naomi. Sego Brothers & Naomi. Cassette - Hollywood Guitar (Electric), Slide Guitar, Soloist, Wah Wah Guitar. The Sego Brothers & Naomi. Jan "Syre" Sivertsen. Handclapping, Kora, Noise, Orgel. David Stubbe Teglbjærg.
Somebody's Watching Me is singer/songwriter Rockwell's debut album, released in 1984 on Motown. It featured the song, "Somebody's Watching Me" (with Michael Jackson on vocals in the chorus), as well as the top 40 hit "Obscene Phone Caller". After being kicked out of the house by his father, Motown founder Berry Gordy, Kennedy Gordy moved in with Ray Singleton, Gordy's ex-wife. While living there, the younger Gordy began working on some music.
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|A1||Sometimes A Mountain|
|A2||On The Sunny Banks|
|A3||Look Up To Jesus|
|A4||I Saw The Face Of Jesus|
|A5||I'll Never Let The Devil Win|
|A6||One Day Late|
|B1||Somebody Touched Me|
|B3||While The Ages Roll On|
|B4||How Great Thou Art|
|B5||I'm Going That Way|
|B6||The Prettiest Flowers Will Be Blooming|
- Producer – William Beasley