Wish We'd All 2 Feb 5 1972

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Wish We'd All 2 Feb 5 1972 - T Watchmen Quartet members are, 1 to r,...
T Watchmen Quartet members are, 1 to r, kneeling, Loren Greene and Tink Abraham; Abraham; Minnie Abraham, and standing, Jim Roach and John Abraham. (Family Leisure photo by Wakefidd) The Watchmen Quartet Clymer Gospel Group Releases New Album CLYMER - The Watchmen Quartet, of Clymer, one of the most popular young Gospel groups in the tri-state area, has recently released their newest stereo record album entitled "I Wish We'd All Been Ready." Featured on this recording are such favorites as "Jesus is Coining Soon," "If Jesus Said It," "One More River," "The Point of No Return," "When is He Coming Again," "Poor Rich Man," "I've Been Born Again," "Thanks to Calvary," and of course, the haunting title song, "I Wish We'd All Been Ready." In the recording o* their new album, The Watchmen were able to work with some of the finest Gospel back-up musicians musicians in the world today. Playing Playing bass guitar for the Quartet was Rusty Goodman, bass vocalist vocalist and guitarist for The Happy Goodman Family, and one of the most prominent composers in Gospel music. In a recent nation-wide poll, Mr. Goodman was voted "Mr. Gospel Gospel Music," according to Singing Singing News, a music trade-paper. On rhythm guitar for the Watchmen was Aaron Wilburn, formerly of the famous television television artist, The Singing Wilburns, Wilburns, and now rhythm guitarist guitarist for the Happy Goodman Family. Playing steel guitar and lead guitar were Jack Smith and Royce Morgan. Jack Smith is the Goodman's regular regular concert steel guitarist and Royce* Morgan is one of the most sought after backup men in Nashville. Also included in the backup group were Rick Goodman on drums, Minnie Abraham on piano and Les Summers on organ. "I Wished We'd All Been Ready" is the fourth album released released under the auspices of the Watchmen Quartet. Other albums included "An Evening Prayer," "Renaissance with Christ," and "Soft and Easy," the outstanding solo album by the Quartet's 14-year-old member, member, Tink Abraham.

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 05 Feb 1972, Sat,
  3. Page 47

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