The King is Coming

Bob & Meri Gabriel
“The King is Coming”
Rainbow #R-2157

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vortex of love

David & Phylis

I took these pics of records from someone’s great collection at the MSP Music Expo in Minneapolis. I’m just now posting them! Of course I forgot the guy’s name who they belonged to, so if you see this send me an email so I can give you credit!

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The Van Impes: the early years

The Van Impes
“Presenting the Van Impes”
Crown V #1003

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Seymour plays the chords

Don & Seymour

s/t
Gadget #GS6497/8
photo: Hal Buchanan

“Sunny Side of Life”:

Sunny Side of Life

Don Travis was “Cadet Don” of Houston’s famous Channel 13 space-themed kids show. Here’s his story.

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In case you were wondering who was who

Wally & Ginger Laxson

“Sing Live Again”
Evangel Records

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Honey, you’re burning the wine

Tim and Pauline Smith

“Love Like Never Before”
Talent Power #3515


MAILBAG:

Hello,

While Googling some friends from long ago, Tim and Pauline Smith, the only hit was your web page with their album cover. In the 1980s, Tim and Pauline, who lived in Bonita Springs, Florida, used to play a yearly gig at a club in Titusville. They were very personable and quite good musicians, drawing a loyal crowd.
They literally invested their life savings to hire the best Nashville studio musicians they could afford for Love Like Never Before. It got some air in South Carolina, I understand, but not much elsewhere. They gave it their best shot, though. I bought the first copy, and they autographed the cover for me. I still have it.
Not long afterwards, the club burned, and Tim and Pauline didn’t come back to Titusville. They are good people; I wish them well.
–D.F.
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Steve did well for himself

Steve and Sue (Caudill)

“It’s Called Love”

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The Stalnecker convoy

The Stalneckers
“Strength For Living”
(no label) #1976-1

The Stalneckers not only had a bus, but two trucks and a van to haul God’s love around the country.

Here’s Bette!

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what’s with the nymph on the piano?

Weldon & Betty Jo Smith

“Welcome Home”
Crusade # LP106-04

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look left

Bennett and Sarah Scott

“He’s Only a Prayer Away”
BS-4925

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