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I Saw the Master This Morning

I Saw the Master This Morning

[CD]

~ Margie Cumbie

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Margie Cumbie recorded her gospel CD 'I Saw the Master This Morning' in Calhoun, Georgia at Echota Recording Studio with Mr. Robert Thames producing and arranging this wonderful project. This is Margie's first gospel album and she is excited and delighted to share this wonderful CD with you. The beautiful song 'I Saw the Master This Morning' was written by David Gillon and Sharon Higgins. Top musicians with many years of experience accompanied Margie on this CD - and when you listen you will hear what a fantastic job they did... Mr. Herby Wallace plays the steel guitar, Mr. Ben Brogdon plays the bass, Missy Thomas-Schmidt plays the keyboard and cello. Mark Edwards plays the drums. Plus, Mr. Robert Thames plays the acoustic and electric guitar in addition to his effort of producing and arranging this fine collection of gospel songs. Seven original songs by some great song writers including Dixon DeVore II, Rhonnie Scheuerman, and David Gillon plus three well known gospel songs are performed by Margie Cumbie.

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    Artist: Margie Cumbie
    Title: I Saw the Master This Morning
    Genre: Gospel
    Release Date: 10/5/2004
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637259884
    UPC: 634479036439
    Item #: SRD903643

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