Albert Brumley Songbook

Serial number magix mp3 maker 15 download version free. Description The finest collection of all-time inspirational songs, gospel songs, special songs and standard church songs and hymns available anywhere. Contains 325 gospel songs in shaped notes, including many Albert E. Brumley hits like “I Fly Away”, “The Great Speckled Bird”, and “I Want To Walk Just As Close As I Can”. John's Episcopal Church.Ashley Wade and Jennifer McPherson, vocalsOlin Johannessen, piano All music under OneLicenseA-726442. I'll Fly Away: The Albert E. Brumley Songbook: 25 Gospel Favorites (333) by Brumley, Albert E., Jr. And a great selection of similar New, Used.

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  1. The finest collection of all-time inspirational songs, gospel songs, special songs and standard church songs and hymns available anywhere. Contains 325 gospel songs in shaped notes, including many Albert E. Brumley hits like “I Fly Away”, “The Great Speckled Bird”, and “I Want To Walk Just As Close As I Can”.
  2. I'll Fly Away – The Albert E. Brumley Songbook P/V/G. Series: Shawnee Press Publisher: Shawnee Press Format: Softcover Composer: Albert E. Features the 25 best-selling gospel songs of all time written by the legendary, Albert E. Brumley, Sr., including: I Can Hear Them Singing Over There. I Firmly Promise You. I Just Steal Away.



Just what the name implies- a 160 page souvenir song book and picture album, containing an exclusive collection of Albert E. Brumley songs- believed to represent the best of the more than 800 songs he has written and spans his career. It also contains some of his biography, newspaper articles, illustrations and pictures. If you are a lover of gospel and sentimental songs, and especially if you are an admirer of Albert E. Brumley, this is the book for you.

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As I Go Traveling On
Blessed Jesus Loves You Too
Cabin in the Valley of the Pines
Camping In Canaan’s Land
Dear Mother, She’s Gone
Did You Ever Go Sailin’
Dreaming of A Little Cabin
Far-Away Places
Flowers in the Wildwood
Go Right Out
God’s Gentle People
God’s Pretty Bouquet
He Set Me Free
Heaven’s Really Gonna Shine
Her Mansion Is Higher Than Mine
Here’s My Heart-Here’s My Hand
Honest and Truly, Lord
How I’d Like To Be
I Am Just A Pilgrim
I Believe In the Lord
I Can Hear Them Singing Over There
I Cannot Find the Way Alone
I Couldn’t Begin to Tell You
I Dreamed I Met Mother and Daddy
I Firmly Promise You
I Guess I’m Just A Little Old Fashioned
I Just Steal Away and Pray
I Looked All Over Heaven
I Walk Alone Except For God
I Walk in the New Jerusalem Way
I Want To Meet You in the Sweet By and By
I Want To Walk Just As Close As I Can
I Will Wear A Rose
I’d Like To Go Back
I’d Rather Be An Old-Time Christian
I’d Rather Live By the Side of the Road
I’ll Be All Right On Heaven’s Shore
I’ll Fly Away
I’ll Meet You By the River
I’ll Meet You in the Morning
I’ll Sail Away Home Some Sweet Day
I’m As Poor As A Beggar
I’m A Private In the Army of the Lord
I’m Bound For That City
I’m Bound For the Land of Canaan
I’m Just A Stranger Here
I’ve Found A Hiding Place
I’ve Never Been Sorry
If Everybody Had A Heartfull of Love
If We Never Meet Again
Is There Anybody Here That Never Knew
It’s An Unfriendly World
It’s Bound To Be the Lord
It’s Really Surprising
It’s Twilight Time Again
Jesus, Hold My Hand
Jesus Knows Everything in Your Heart
Just Go To Jesus
Keep Me Close to Thy Heart
Led By the Master’s Hand
Lord, I Cannot Walk Alone
May We Meet Again
My Closest Kin
Never To Say Good-by
No Place to Hide
Nobody Answered Me
Rank Strangers to Me
Ride On, God’s Careworn Children
Salvation Has Been Brought Down
Lyrics to albert brumley songsSince I Put My Feet On the Solid Ground
SongbookSome Sweet Happy Day
Somebody’s Been Praying For Me
Sometimes It’s Hard to Understand
Stop and Tell Somebody Today
Surely I Will, Lord
Thank God! It’s Different Now
That Old Country Chapel
That Old-Time Preacher Man
That’s Why I’m Praying For You
The Blood That Stained the Old Rugged Cross
The Old Village Church on the Hill
The Prettiest Flowers Will Be Blooming
The Rest of My Life
The World’s Greatest Story
There Is Strength in the Lord

Albert Brumley I'll Fly Away

There’s A Light in Happy Hollow
There’s A Little Pine Log Cabin
They’ll Welcome Me Back Home
They’re Having A Big Revival
This World Is Not My Home
Turn Your Radio On

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We’ll Meet A Lot of Friends and Neighbors
When I Look On His Kind, Smiling Face
When I Looked Up and He Looked Down
When I Thank Him For What He Has Done
When We Sing Around the Throne Eternal
Will It Do, Precious Lord
Will These Tears Turn to Stars
Will My Mansion Seem Just Like the Old Home
You Can Still Find A Friend in the Lord

A Hymn Is Born
A Teacher of Music
Al Brumley & Family
Albert & Goldie
Albert Edward Brumley (Biography)
Albert As a Boy
Betty (Brumley) Pockrus & Family
Bill Brumley & Family
Bob Brumley & Family
E M Bartlett
Gospel Music’s Mentor-Albert Brumley
I Wonder ( Reading)
Jack Brumley & Family
“One of God’s Gentle People” (Story)

Powell, Missouri
Recording Artists
Rock Island, Oklahoma
The Brumley Boys
The Brumley Family
The Family Home
Tom Brumley & Family

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Birth nameAlbert Edward Brumley
BornOctober 29, 1905
near Spiro, Oklahoma, United States
DiedNovember 15, 1977 (aged 72)
Powell, Missouri, United States

Albert Edward Brumley (October 29, 1905 – November 15, 1977) was an American shape note music composer and publisher, prolific in the genre of southern gospel.


Brumley was born near Spiro, Oklahoma on October 29, 1905. Pre-Dustbowl Oklahoma was primarily made up of sparse agricultural communities; Brumley's family was no different. He spent much of his early life chopping and picking cotton on his family's farm. In 1926, he enrolled in the Hartford Musical Institute of Hartford, Arkansas, and studied there through 1931. The Institute was led by Eugene Monroe Bartlett (1884–1941), owner of the Hartford Music Company and composer of the well-known gospel song 'Victory in Jesus'.[1] Brumley purchased Hartford Music Company in 1948.

Brumley married Goldie Edith Schell in 1931. They lived on the banks of Big Sugar Creek in Powell, Missouri, where they raised six children.

'I'll Fly Away,' 'Turn Your Radio On,' 'If We Never Meet Again (This Side of Heaven),' 'I'll Meet You In The Morning,' 'Rank Stranger,' and 'He Set Me Free' are among a host of favorites written by Albert E. Brumley. He wrote over 800 songs. He established the Albert E. Brumley Sundown to Sunup Gospel Sing (now Albert E. Brumley Gospel Sing) in 1969 in Springdale, Arkansas. Brumley has been inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Gospel Music Hall of Fame, and Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.

Albert Brumley was a member of the Church of Christ and is buried at Fox Church of Christ Cemetery near Powell, Missouri. He died November 15, 1977. Brumley's son Tom, who would die in 2009, later became a respected steel guitarist in country music and songleader in the Church of Christ in Powell.[2]


  1. ^Freeman, Greg (2013-02-21). 'E. M. Bartlett (1885 1941)'. Encyclopedia of Arkansas history & culture (Southern ed.). Retrieved 2013-07-11.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^Wolfe, Charles (1998). 'Albert E. Brumley'. In Paul Kingsbury (ed.). Encyclopedia of Country Music. New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 62–63.

External links[edit]

  • 'Albert E. Brumley'. Find a Grave. Retrieved September 3, 2010.
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