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1. Edwin Hawkins Singers - Oh Happy Day (DJ Res-Q Edit)

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Edwin Hawkins Singers - Oh Happy Day (DJ Res-Q Edit)

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2. Oh Happy Day -The Edwin Hawkins Singers -

  • Duration: 310
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Oh Happy Day -The Edwin Hawkins Singers -

Son nom ne vous est peut-être pas familier, mais son titre phare vous dit forcément quelque chose. Le musicien de gospel Edwin Hawkins est mort lundi à l'âge de 74 ans. Il était l'auteur de « Oh Happy Day », composée il y a 50 ans cette année. Il avait consacré sa vie au gospel, cette musique chaloupée qui enflamme quotidiennement les églises américaines. http://www.lepoint.fr/musique/edwin-hawkins-le-compositeur-de-oh-happy-day-est-mort-a-74-ans-16-01-2018-2186926_38.php


3. KARAOKE BOF SISTER ACT 2- Oh happy day (The Edwin Hawkins Singers)

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KARAOKE BOF SISTER ACT 2- Oh happy day (The Edwin Hawkins Singers)

BOF SISTER ACT 2 "Oh happy day (The Edwin Hawkins Singers)" [VERSION INSTRUMENTALE KARAOKÉ]


4. Edwin Hawkins Singers - Oh Happy Day

  • Duration: 309
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Edwin Hawkins Singers - Oh Happy Day

Edwin Hawkins Singers - Oh Happy Day


5. THE EDWIN HAWKINS SINGERS OH HAPPY DAY

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6. Oh happy day • Original • Edwin Hawkins Singers • 1969

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Oh happy day • Original • Edwin Hawkins Singers • 1969

Oh happy day • Original • Edwin Hawkins Singers • 1969







12. Threaded Cheese recipe by Chef Sanjyot Keer

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Threaded Cheese recipe by Chef Sanjyot Keer

Note Paneer is stand for cheese Ingredients : • 250gms paneer • 1/4cup corn flour • Salt to taste • 1/3rd cup water • 2tbsp Schezwan sauce • 1tbsp ginger garlic paste • Black pepper for seasoning • 1cup boiled noodle • 2tbsp cornflour Description: • Cut paneer into finger like strips • Take a bowl add corn flour and salt to taste, add some water,schezwan sauce,ginger garlic paste,black pepper for seasoning mix well and keep aside • Now coat the paneer with this mixture and keep aside • Now take a bowl add boiled noodles in it and add some corn flour in it and mix well with hand • Now coat the paneer with this noodles and deep fry in oil until golden brown • Serve hot with schezwan sauce


13. Hillow Hammet."Fever" 1969 US Hard Prog

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Hillow Hammet.

Excellent hard guitar rock produced by Lelan Rogers of IA/Elevators fame. Recorded at Sounds of Memphis Studio in Memphis, Tennessee. Led by singer/bass player Chuck Bennett who under his given name Charles Wayne Avery had previously been a member of Link Wray's Raymen, these guys were apparently based in Oxon Hill, Maryland but recorded their 1969 debut in Memphis at the Sounds of Memphis Studio. Signed by LeLan Rogers' House of the Fox label, 1969's "Hammer" found the band teamed with producer Guy Cameron (Rogers was also credited as the supervisory producer). Powered by the combination of Ronnie Barclay's stinging lead guitar, Bennett's molten rock voice (which frequently put the likes of Paul Rodgers and Robert Plant to shame), and Jack Register's pounding bass, these guys literally had all the finesse of a flying mallet. Forget those write ups going on about this one's psych-influences. There weren't any. Exemplified by tracks like 'Slip Away', the slinky 'Trouble', 'Home', and 'Brown-Eyed Woman' this was hardcore, blues-oriented bar rock - classic American hard rock easily as good as anything in the Bad Company, Faces, Free, Zeppelin catalog, Great melodies, killer guitar, a dynamite rhythm section in the form of drummer G.C. Coleman and bassist Register, and above all Bennett's fantastic voice. The only real disappointment was the band's cover of Edwin Hawkins' 'Oh Happy Day'. Mind you there wasn't anything wrong with their version; it served to showcased Bennett's amazing soul licks, but by the same token their version (complete with gospel chorus) did nothing to improve on the original. To my ears some thirty years after its release this one's still heads above virtually every hard rock album that's come along since. Washington, D.C. dj Charlie Brown's liner notes were humorous - he suggested the band be named 'D.C. Sanitation Department.. - Ronnie Barclay -- lead guitar (1969) - Chuck Bennett (aka Charles Wayne Avery) (RIP 2009) vocals, bass, keyboards (1969) - G.C. Coleman (aka Gregory Sylvester Coleman) (RIP 2006) -- drums (1969) - Mike Previty -- percussion (1969) - Jack Register -- bass (1969) - Steve Spencer -- keyboards (1969) - Pete 'Peaches' Williams -- guitar (1969)