[Ebook] Aint No Grave By Macel Ely II – Writerscompany.co.uk

Aint No Grave Once Described As The King Recording Label S Gospel Ranger, Brother Claude Ely 1922 1978 Was Known And Loved Throughout The Appalachian Mountains As Both A Religious Singer Songwriter And A Pentecostal Holiness Preacher Few People, However, Knew The Details Of His Childhood, Military Service And Years Of Hard Toil In The Coal Fields Of Southwestern Virginia What Ely Was Known For Was His Brilliance As A Preacher And His Songwriting Gifts Through The Enormous Popularity Of Songs Like There Ain T No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down, Brother Claude Ely Bequeathed A Musical And Spiritual Influence That Continues To Resonate Throughout The Appalachians And In Gospel Music Today Authored By Ely S Great Nephew Macel Ely, Ain T No Grave The Life And Legacy Of Brother Claude Ely Is An Oral Biography Composed From Recorded Interviews With Than 1,000 People In The Appalachian Mountains Who Knew Brother Claude Ely An Accompanying CD Collects Two Recordings Of There Ain T No Grave Alongside Other Songs And Sermons.With CD Audio

10 thoughts on “Aint No Grave

  1. says:

    I bought this book at www.aintnograve.comIt was a great book, and I would highly recommend it.

  2. says:

    This book is really touching, and it s amazing the life lessons that I was challenged with in reading it It s very inspirational, and I loved the author s style of utilizing hundreds of interviews to make one,sweet story The author made m

  3. says:

    This book was amazing It had lots of really cool music history, Appalachian stories, and 290 vintage mountain photos The coolest feature of the book was that it came with a CD containing old Appalachian church music and an old church style

  4. says:

    Ain t No Grave The Life Legacy of Brother Claude Ely is a fun read I enjoyed reading it a lot When I first picked up the book to read it, I was hoping it would keep my attention and perhaps entertain my current state of boredom Instead, I w

  5. says:

    This book was an interesting biography of an important figure in Appalachian and American culture of the mid 20th century Some of the pictures of minor people mentioned or interviewed in only one paragraph seemed a trifle unnecessary, but th

  6. says:

    Interesting look at this particular legend in music and religion Not the most concise or well written book as the author concedes that he s not a writer by trade , it surprised me asof a transcribed oral history proje...

  7. says:

    Discovered this book and Bro Claude Ely on NPR of course I really want to listen to the accompanying cd May 5 2011.

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