Back in the late 70’s, I was in a record shop in Hillbrow, Johannesburg, and I found an LP of Connie Smith singing “The Baptism of Jesse Taylor.” I was so happy. I had heard that country gospel song on the radio in Virginia, USA back in 1976. Unfortunately I couldn’t find that song on the net, but here are other songs that she sings real good.
You can remember Jesus’ birth any day of the year.
A Gaither video.
Some nice old photos.
7. Family Bible
I had a record of Bobby Bare singing this one. It was written by Willie Nelson.
10. He set me free
15. I saw a man
16. I saw the light
Connie Smith inspired me to sing this song again. I just sang it in my bedroom about an hour ago!
19. In the garden
The man who wrote this song had a vision of Mary Magdalene at the garden tomb, and how Jesus came and spoke to her.
This is a real swinging song that I had never heard before. I must learn it.
Back in the 60’s Pat Luffman gave me a tape of Hank Williams singing this song.
This was the first song I ever sang in front of people, and I forgot half the words!
25. O holy night
26. Plenty of time
This is a very powerful conviction song. Beloved – get on your knees and give your life to Jesus. He is willing to forgive you all your sins. It just takes a couple of seconds to get saved!
I had a record of Pat Boone singing this one.
I had a record of Jerry Lee Lewis playing piano and sing this lovely country gospel song. It was written by Dottie Rambo.
36. Wings of a dove
Connie Smith sings all these country gospel songs so nicely. Thank you.