Ain't No Grave: The Life and Legacy of Brother Claude Ely

Macel Ely II

You are here: Home - Uncategorized - Ain't No Grave: The Life and Legacy of Brother Claude Ely


Ain't No Grave: The Life and Legacy of Brother Claude Ely

Ain t No Grave The Life and Legacy of Brother Claude Ely Once described as the King Recording Label s Gospel Ranger Brother Claude Ely was known and loved throughout the Appalachian mountains as both a religious singer songwriter and a Pentecosta

  • Title: Ain't No Grave: The Life and Legacy of Brother Claude Ely
  • Author: Macel Ely II
  • ISBN: 9780981734224
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Once described as the King Recording Label s Gospel Ranger, Brother Claude Ely 1922 1978 was known and loved throughout the Appalachian mountains as both a religious singer songwriter and a Pentecostal Holiness preacher Few people, however, knew the details of his childhood, military service and years of hard toil in the coal fields of southwestern Virginia What ElyOnce described as the King Recording Label s Gospel Ranger, Brother Claude Ely 1922 1978 was known and loved throughout the Appalachian mountains as both a religious singer songwriter and a Pentecostal Holiness preacher Few people, however, knew the details of his childhood, military service and years of hard toil in the coal fields of southwestern Virginia What Ely was known for was his brilliance as a preacher and his songwriting gifts Through the enormous popularity of songs like There Ain t No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down, Brother Claude Ely bequeathed a musical and spiritual influence that continues to resonate throughout the Appalachians and in gospel music today Authored by Ely s great nephew Macel Ely, Ain t No Grave The Life and Legacy of Brother Claude Ely is an oral biography composed from recorded interviews with than 1,000 people in the Appalachian Mountains who knew Brother Claude Ely An accompanying CD collects two recordings of There Ain t No Grave alongside other songs and sermons.With CD Audio

    Johnny Cash Ain t No Grave Official YouTube Mar , Johnny Cash Ain t No Grave Produced by Rick Rubin Associate Producer John Carter Cash Recorded by David Ferguson Additional Recording Greg Fidelman Assis Ain t No Grave Album Version by Johnny Cash on Check out Ain t No Grave Album Version by Johnny Cash on Music Stream ad free or purchase CD s and MPs now on . American VI Ain t No Grave by Johnny Cash on Check out American VI Ain t No Grave by Johnny Cash on Music Stream ad free or purchase CD s and MPs now on . Johnny Cash Ain t No Grave Lyrics MetroLyrics Lyrics to Ain t No Grave by Johnny Cash There ain t no grave can hold my body down There ain t no grave can hold my body down When I hear that trumpet the Johnny Cash Project A unique crowd sourced music video project honoring the legacy of Johnny Cash Launched in celebration of American VI Ain t No Grave, user submitted drawings are strung together to create a moving homage to the musical icon known for such hits as Johnny Cash Lyrics Ain t No Grave Gonna Hold This Body Lyrics to Ain t No Grave Gonna Hold This Body Down song by Johnny Cash There ain t no grave Can hold my body down There ain t no grave Crowder Lyrics Ain t No Grave Lyrics to Ain t No Grave song by Crowder Oh my Lord it s a winding road It s all bent from a heavy load Feel the weight beneath the ground Ai Johnny Cash Song Lyrics by Albums MetroLyrics Johnny Cash Albums All albums made by Johnny Cash with reviews and song lyrics. Ain t Ain t is a contraction for am not, is not, are not, has not, and have not in the common English language vernacular.In some dialects ain t is also used as a contraction of do not, does not, and did not. TONY JUNIOR on Instagram ain t no grave can hold , Likes, Comments TONY JUNIOR tonyjuniorofficial on Instagram ain t no grave can hold my body down

    • [PDF] Download Í Ain't No Grave: The Life and Legacy of Brother Claude Ely | by ✓ Macel Ely II
      187 Macel Ely II
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download Í Ain't No Grave: The Life and Legacy of Brother Claude Ely | by ✓ Macel Ely II
      Posted by:Macel Ely II
      Published :2018-04-01T09:42:28+00:00

    One thought on “Ain't No Grave: The Life and Legacy of Brother Claude Ely

    1. James on said:

      I bought this book at aintnograveIt was a great book, and I would highly recommend it.

    2. Kelly Burchett on said:

      This book is really touching, and it's amazing the life lessons that I was challenged with in reading it. It's very inspirational, and I loved the author's style of utilizing hundreds of interviews to make one,sweet story. The author made me often feel like I was actually there at these events. Sometimes I would catch myself getting a Kleenex, and other times I found myself chuckling out loud while reading. The photos were great. The music was precious. It made me long for a simpler time. The bo [...]

    3. Ken Miller on said:

      This book was amazing. It had lots of really cool music history, Appalachian stories, and 290 vintage mountain photos. The coolest feature of the book was that it came with a CD containing old Appalachian church music and an old-church style sermon being preached on it. I enjoy reading nonfiction, but it takes a whole lot to impress me. This book was wonderful! Very few books keep my attention for long spans of time, but this one certainly did just that. I found myself not wanting to stop readin [...]

    4. Derek Johnson on said:

      Ain't No Grave: The Life & Legacy of Brother Claude Ely is a fun-read. I enjoyed reading it a lot. When I first picked up the book to read it, I was hoping it would keep my attention and perhaps entertain my current state of boredom. Instead, I was delighted to find it not only entertained me but it also captivated me. My wife bought the book at aintnograve because she likes American roots music and its history. This book certainly fits into that category, but it also was very raw and dealt [...]

    5. Brackman1066 on said:

      This book was an interesting biography of an important figure in Appalachian--and American--culture of the mid 20th-century. Some of the pictures of minor people mentioned or interviewed in only one paragraph seemed a trifle unnecessary, but that's a judgment call. I was disappointed in the chapter discussing Ely's influence on early rock-n-roll and country artists--the editing suddenly got much worse, with paragraphs that repeated information clumsily, misplaced commas, missing words, etc. It a [...]

    6. Bobby on said:

      Interesting look at this particular legend in music and religion. Not the most concise or well-written book (as the author concedes that he's not a writer by trade), it surprised me as more of a transcribed oral history project than a traditional biography. I found myself skimming after awhile, but I'm still glad to have context and backstory for this artist I've come to appreciate.

    7. Sarah on said:

      Discovered this book and Bro Claude Ely on NPR -- of course. I really want to listen to the accompanying cd. May 5 2011.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *