Solomon King – Where He Leads Me (1965/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 34:30 minutes | 736 MB | Genre: Gospel
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: AcousticSounds | Front Cover | © RCA/Legacy
Solomon King is an American singer popular throughout the 1960’s and 70’s. Raised on pop standards and country music, he made his debut stage appearance at the age of ten and began performing professionally at 21. He was the first white singer to open for jazz legend Billie Holiday. An imposing figure at 6’8″, Levy first worked under the stage name Randy Leeds, in 1965 he resumed his solo aspirations, assuming the name Solomon King. This is his ‘Gospel’ album released in 1965 on RCA label.
Solomon King is an impressive man. You find yourself impressed by the size of the man. In conversation, he leaves the impression of one who knows and loves his God and has great compassion for his fellows. When Solomon King sings… you realize that here is a man with a mission and a message. His mission is to sing the message of Jesus Christ. To hear him carry on his mission is a thrilling experience.
01 – Only Believe
02 – Eternal Father, Strong to Save
03 – Saved, Saved!
04 – I Love to Tell the Story
05 – The Touch of His Hand on Mine
06 – The Old Rugged Cross
07 – Where He Leads Me
08 – He Lives
09 – The Holy City
10 – When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder
11 – An Evening Prayer
12 – God Bless America