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The LeFevres - Travel With The LeFevre's flac album
Travel With The LeFevre's
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Mylon R. LeFevre (born October 6, 1944) is an American Christian rock singer best known for his work with his band Mylon and Broken Heart. He is a member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. He currently travels around the United States, ministering, teaching and singing. He sometimes can be seen on television networks, such as TBN and Daystar.

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The LeFevre’s were awesome. Check out Rex on Keep Walking. The LeFevres - Keep Walking. The LeFevres singing "Keep Walking" featuring Rex Nelon. Bass Singers Tribute Page. 14 June at 06:19 ·. Rex Nelon with Glenn Payne and Wendy Bagwell. The LeFevres sing "I've Come Too Far" written by Nancy Harmon. Singers are Rex Nelon, Teresa McNeill Burrell, Alphus LeFevre, Ron Hutchins

Air travel may have looked luxurious in the photos of the 1930s - and it no doubt was in many ways-but it was still an incredibly grueling way to get from Point A to Point B. Or, more appropriately, Point A to Point Z, with every stop in between. Thanks to new planes, the expansion of air routes throughout the British Empire would happen relatively quickly in the early 1930s. With the onset of World War II, flying the rich and famous around the world was no longer fitting with the country's mission. Imperial merged with British Airways in 1939 to create the British Overseas Airway Corporation. Needless to say, their largest concern was now the war effort.

The LeFevres, or The Singing LeFevres, were an American Southern gospel singing group, active for nearly 50 years in the middle of the twentieth century. The LeFevres were a family from Smithville, Tennessee, and their singing group centered on brothers Urias LeFevre (1910–1979) and Alphus LeFevre (1912–1988). As children, they sang with their sister Maude LeFevre until she married, then their sister Omega LeFevre (Peggy) until she married; their career as an ensemble began in 1921. Both sang in quartets at the Bible Training School in Cleveland, Tennessee. me Kssh, yo, my niggas never grow up, drink til they throw up Some sniff that cocaine til they fucking brains blow up Drunk from that Brass Monkey, grass junkies Walk around with the brain of a Crash Dummie How dare you try to come and gas crash from me You be in the House of a 1,000 Corpse like Rob Zombie.

Tracks count: 11. Views: 1. The LeFevres - One Day At A Time 02:41. The LeFevres - The Next Step You Take 02:52. The LeFevres - The Lord Will Make A Way 03:02. The LeFevres - Till The Storm Passes By 02:35. The LeFevres - How Beautiful Heaven Must Be 03:08. Steppin' On The Clouds - The LeFevres. The Lefevres: Volume One - The LeFevres. Echoes Of The Forties - The LeFevres.


Lord, I've Tried To Be True 2:33
Room At The Cross 3:22
Except For Christ My Lord 2:55
I Can Tell You The Time 2:00
Beyond The Sunset 2:40
The Heavenly Parade 1:43
You Can't Fool The Lord 1:35
Built By The Hand Of The Lord 3:30
On That Judgment Day 3:10
If I Could Help Somebody 2:41
How Great Thou Art 1:56
Because I Know 2:12


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
L.P. 3205, LP-3205 The LeFevres Travel With The LeFevre's ‎(LP, Album) Sing , Sing L.P. 3205, LP-3205 US Unknown
PG-701 The LeFevres Gospel Inspirations ‎(LP, Album) Power Pak PG-701 US Unknown