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Out Now!! " Sweet Spirit of God " Frank Edwards ft Nicole c. mullen & chee What a way to start the YEAR!! charge up your spirit! Download Here https://fanlink.to/SSOG

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Christabella Okikiri

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Amazing song

Bolanle Asimolowo

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The story on the Internet about Frank Edwards under your song is not you. Please correct them or sue them and collect more money joor! 😀

Bolanle Asimolowo

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pple Music Preview Try It Now Sweet Spirit of God (feat. Nicole C. Mullen & Chee) - Single Frank Edwards Christian & Gospel Jan 1, 2018 Listen on Apple Music TITLE TIME 1 Sweet Spirit of God (feat. Nicole C. Mullen & Chee) 6:18 1 Song, 6 Minutes ℗ 2018 Rocktown Records Also Available in iTunes About Frank Edwards Like quite a few country blues performers, Frank Edwards could not be said to have consistent gigging and recording opportunities during his nearly 80 years in the music business. His recording career began in the early '40s on the Okeh label, resulting in a small number of sides that nonetheless seem to have had some kind of impact, even catching the attention of a large New York City booking agency that normally promoted more "uptown" types of entertainment, such as dance orchestras or radio performers. In the mid-'40s, the Taps Agency was attempting to create enough interest in Edwards to lure him back to the big city from Atlanta, an event that unfortunately never took place. As it turned out, Edwards would not release recordings again for decades. In the late '40s, producer Fred Mendelsohn of the Regal label cut several tracks with Edwards in Atlanta, but this material was not released commercially until the '60s. The Trix label finally put out a full album of Edwards in 1972 entitled Done Some Travelin', and it is considered a masterpiece. Edwards' professional life also follows the pattern of country blues artists who headed north from Mississippi circa the second World War. His traveling partner at the time was fellow bluesman Tommy McClennan. Edwards recorded for Okeh producer Frank Melrose in 1941, eight sides in which the backup was provided by Robert Brown, also known as Washboard Sam. The release of these sides was unfortunately impacted by the outbreak of the war and the resulting recording ban, although several of the songs did come out. Following this venture, Edwards headed back south, choosing Atlanta and apparently staying put there. Edwards covered guitar, harmonica, and vocals, and really did not need any other backing. His repertoire included quite original interpretations of blues and jazz standards such as "Good Morning Little School Girl" and "When the Saints Go Marching In," as well as original songs on a variety of subjects: prison ("Alcatraz Blues"), clothing styles ("Mini Dress Wearer"), and, well, chicken raids ("Chicken Raid"). Despite the appeal of such material, he was not able to consistently support himself as a musician, finding work as a carpenter, painter, and plumber. But except for two years following a house fire that burned up his guitar, he always played the blues. A scant two hours prior to his death, Edwards completed a recording session in North Carolina. He suffered a heart attack on the ride home and died in an ambulance on the way to the hospital. ~ Eugene Chadbourne

Europa Afedi

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It beautiful and spirit filled. Congratulations Frank

Eleanor Adaralegbe

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Awesome

Salim Bonomali

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Glory to God...I love this song

Akanji Iris

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💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🍷🍷

Pst. Sola

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Gloryyyy!!! Thank you Frank Edwards for this glorious gift to the body of Christ

Ruth Limunga Monjimbo

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I'm so much love this song I listen to it every night before going to bed

Laju Amalime

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Thank you Frank!

Esenwah Chukwuma Richard

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I trust that in this year of the SUPERNATURAL there'll be greater impact,inspiration. All by the Sweet Spirit of God

Oluwatomi Abe

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Wonderful outpouring worship of the spirit.

Godswill Ben

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Good evening, Mr Frank. You have always been an inspiration to me, through your songs. Your songs have impacted on millions of youths out there. One of the things the Lord will do for me this year, is to enable me meet you one on one, and to converse with you. I don't know how he'll do it, but it is not by power nor by might, but by his spirit. Sir, I love you! I love your songs!. We all do. You are blessed. Thank you so much.

Christinegreatwealth

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Happy birthday Nicole c mullen

Anthony Jennifer

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Powerful@😍

Joseph

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That's supernatural chukwu chukwu richboy Sir😀

Joseph

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Thank you ugochukwu and crew

Enobong Nse Stephen

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This is awesome More grace to u sir

Clinton Onyeacho

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God bless you sir for this spirit filled song

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OLIVER NJILAC (not BORNAGAIN) JOSEPH BONGFOR (NOT BORNAGAIN AND SICK) BETILA CHECHE BONGFOR (TEENAGER) VICTORINE WANDJI (NOT BORNAGAIN)

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Cont.. Violetta Afetogbor-Fiattor(Pregnant) Kofi Afetogbor Loretta Fiattor Seyram Fiattor Ivy Fiattor Maxwell Fiattor (Not born again)

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All obasogie family (salvation) All ikhuenbor family (salvation) All Amadi family (salvation)

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SUPERNATURAL

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