The Family Bible

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The Family Bible
The Family Bible Ernest Tubb.jpg
Studio album by Ernest Tubb
Released June 1963
Recorded January–March 1962 at Columbia Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Country, honky tonk, gospel
Label Decca
Producer Owen Bradley
Ernest Tubb chronology
Just Call Me Lonesome
(1963)Just Call Me Lonesome1963
The Family Bible
(1963)
Thanks a Lot
(1964)Thanks a Lot1964

The Family Bible is a gospel album by American country singer Ernest Tubb, released in 1963 (see 1963 in music).[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Saw the Light" (Hank Williams)
  2. "Great Speckled Bird" (Roy Carter, Guy Smith)
  3. "Precious Memories" (J. B. F. Wright)
  4. "When It's Prayer Meeting Time in the Hollow" (Al Rice, Fleming Allan)
  5. "Family Bible" (Paul Buskirk, Claude Gray, Walt Breeland)
  6. "He'll Understand and Say Well Done" (Jesse R. Baxter, Lucie E. Campbell, Roger Wilson)
  7. "Wings of a Dove" (Bob Ferguson)
  8. "Follow Me" (Sandra Adlon, Virginia Balmer, Leon Rhodes)
  9. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" (Joseph M. Scriven, Charles Converse, Sid Feller)
  10. "Lonesome Valley" (A. P. Carter)
  11. "Stand By Me" (Charles A. Tindley)
  12. "If We Never Meet Again" (Albert E. Brumley)

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ LP Discography entry for The Family Bible. Retrieved October 2009.