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Futrel - Worth the Wait album mp3

Futrel - Worth the Wait album mp3
CCM,Contemporary Christian,Gospel
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    Worth the Wait
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  • Style:
    CCM,Contemporary Christian,Gospel
  • Date of release:
    December 15, 1989
  • Size FLAC version
    1601 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1937 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1669 megabytes
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Futrel is an American female gospel quartet. Characterized as a Christian version of En Vogue, their first album, Worth the Wait, was released through Light Records in 1989 and peaked at No. 19 on Billboard Gospel charts. In 1992, they were nominated for a Stellar Awards for Best New Artist. Their second album, Declarations, was produced by Ben Tankard, Andrew Gouche and Cedric Dent of Take 6 and was released through Tankard's Tribute Records on April 28, 1993. Their second album, Declarations, was produced by Ben Tankard, Andrew Gouche and Cedric Dent of Take. "Worth The Wait"- Futrel. The Incredible Sadness of Sonia - Juana Ghani. The Rasmus - Funeral Song (Official Video).

11 tracks · 27 April 1993.

1989 R&B Album: Futrel - Worth The Wait. Futrell Album Ben Tankard produces latest Futrell album. Futrel contact/database details. Artists database Artist ID: 9293. Style: R&B Approach: Ministry Country: United States. At Cross Rhythms we are constantly working on our artist and music database to make it as complete and comprehensive as possible. However sometimes we do not have full information for an artist and on occasion there may be omissions or mistakes.

Gummy has returned with her latest Korean mini-album I Love. ave No Regrets after a long four-year wait, following her move from YG Entertainment to C-JeS Entertainment last October. In a recent interview with Newsen, the songstress opened up about her decision to leave YG after her contract expired last summer. Although Gummy was careful to emphasise that the separation was hardly acrimonious and that they did not part in a bad way, she made it clear that it was natural for her to make the decision to move on from the agency where she has been working since debut

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