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Nobody Knows The Trouble Ive Seen - Barbara Hendricks, Dmitri Alexeev - Barbara Hendricks Sings Spirituals (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Grogis
    Barbara Hendricks has an apt voice for such music and, while restraining her operatic leanings, shapes even such pieces as Nobody knows de trouble I've seen, Sometimes I feel like a motherless child and Swing low, sweet Read more chariot with an imaginative variety of phrasing. True rhythmic vivacity is imparted to songs like Plenty good room.
  2. Fedal
    The song Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen was written by [Traditional] and was first recorded by The Tuskegee Institute Singers in It was covered by Vincent Nilsson Quartet, The Seekers, Dave Gordon, Crytzer's Blue Rhythm Band and other artists.
  3. Tojall
    Nobody knows the trouble I've seen Glory Hallelujah Although you see me Goin' on so Oh yes I have my trials Here below Ohh yes, Lord Oh, nobody knows the trouble I've seen Nobody knows but Jesus.
  4. Mezigore
    Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen is a spiritual song. The song is well known and many cover versions of it have been done by artist such as Marian Anderson, Lena Horne, Louis Armstrong among others. Anderson had her first successful recording with a version of this song on the Victor label in Horne recorded a version of the song in
  5. Taulrajas
    Nobody knows the trouble I've seen Nobody knows but Jesus Nobody knows the trouble I've seen Oh glory, hallelujah Nobody knows the trouble I've seen Nobody knows my sorrow Nobody knows the trouble I've seen Glory Hallelujah Sometimes I'm up, sometimes I'm down And.
  6. Donos
    Nobody knows the trouble I've seen Nobody knows but Jesus Nobody knows the trouble I've seen Glory Hallelujah-Repeat verse-Sometimes I'm up and sometimes I'm down Yes lord, you know sometimes I'm almost to the ground O yes, Lord, still-Verse 1-You got here before I do O yes Lord, don't forget to tell all my friends I'm coming too.
  7. Faezuru
    In this version, the lyric is changed to "Nobody know the trouble I've seen / Nobody knows but Jesus". In the film Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (), Lt. Proctor sings this song in prison while running a metal cup along the bars. A issue of Boys Life had a .
  8. Kihn
    Nobody Knows De Trouble I've Seen Lyrics: Ooooh / Nobody knows the trouble I've seen / Nobody knows my sorrow / Nobody knows the trouble I've seen / Glory hallelujah / .
  9. Tot
    The history of “Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen” dates back to the early 19 th century when “African American” religious music gained a new perspective due to the ongoing Civil War in the United States of America. Similar religious songs were composed by slaves in the Southern parts of USA, both prior to and during the war.

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