Keep On Keepin' On (Chuck Wagon Gang album)

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Keep On Keepin' On
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Studio album by The Chuck Wagon Gang
Released 1993
Genre Gospel
Country
Label Copperfield
The Chuck Wagon Gang chronology
Christmas with the Chuck Wagon Gang
(1993)Christmas with the Chuck Wagon Gang1993
Keep On Keepin' On
(1993)
In Harmony
(1994)In Harmony1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2/5 stars[1]

Keep On Keepin' On is a 1993 album by the Chuck Wagon Gang.[1][2] The composition of the four-part country and gospel harmony for the album was led by Carter family members Roy Carter and his sisters Ruth Ellen Yates and Betty Goodwin, and for the first time, his daughter Shirley. The album was on music charts for 11 weeks,[3][dubious ] and the year 1993 marked the last of six years in a row that the Chuck Wagon Gang was named Gospel Artist or Group of the Year by Nashville's Music City News.[4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Keep On Keepin' On"
  2. "Just a Closer Walk with Thee"
  3. "On the Wings of My Victory"
  4. "Bring Back the Songs"
  5. "The World Needs a Melody"
  6. "Sing Me a Going Home Song"
  7. "The Great Speckled Bird"
  8. "See That Light on Yonder Mountain"
  9. "Show a Little Bit of Love and Kindness"
  10. "Country Sunday"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Keep On Keepin' On at AllMusic. Retrieved December 17, 2014.
  2. ^ Keep On Keepin' On at Discogs. Retrieved December 17, 2014.
  3. ^ Rick Marshall Encyclopedia of Country and Western Music 0861242602 1990 p33 "'Keep on Keepin' On.' was on music charts for 11 weeks. Current members of the Chuck Wagon Gang - preserving the fine old sounds of four-part country and gospel harmony - include Roy Carter, Betty Goodwin and Shirley Carter (sopranos), Ruth Ellen Yates (alto)and Pat Mckeehan..."
  4. ^ W. K. McNeil Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music p81 "For six years in a row (1988-1993) the Chuck Wagon Gang was named Gospel Artist or Group of the Year by Music City News "