yesterday release oct 5 1972
The Watchmen Quartet Of Clymer New Album Released By Watchmen Quartet CLYMER - The Watchmen Quartet of Clymer — Indiana County's only nationally nationally known Gospel singing group — recently released their newest album entitled entitled "Yesterday." The album was made available to the public for the first time on Friday, Sept. 8 during a concert presented by The Watchmen and The Blue Ridge Quartet, at Purchase Line High School. Some of the selections recorded on "Yesterday" are "Live Your Religion Every Every Day," "Put Your Hand in the Hand," "When I Lift Up My Head," "After All," "The Longer I Serve Him," "Happiness" and also the title song "Yesterday." Two special numbers are also included on this album. One being "I Don't Know Why He Loved Me" written by Howard (Tink) Abraham, the 15-year-old tenor and bass guitarist for the group. Another is the song "Let The Church Roll On" a song which has been made popular in Pennsylvania and other areas by the Watchmen. "Yesterday" is the fifth album recorded recorded by the Watchmen. Other albums include include "An Evening Prayer," Renaissance With Christ," "Soft and Easy," and "I Wish We'd All Been Ready." me lounger i oerve nun, Happiness «iau »YCU mi oeenneaay.