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Stranger On The Shore - Michael Card - First Light (Vinyl, LP)

9 thoughts on “ Stranger On The Shore - Michael Card - First Light (Vinyl, LP)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Legacy / First Light on Discogs.5/5(1).
  2. I bought this album in mono vinyl format about 53 years ago when I was aged 12 or I remember I was learning to play the clarinet in those days and I played in the school's corps band. I taught myself to play "Stranger on the Shore" by ear as I thought it was a lovely tune/5(32).
  3. Michael Card, Stranger on the Shore lyrics from album First Light on betcolikareasaroslinemylicoo.co - Michael Card, First Light - Stranger on the Shore Lyrics - Christian Music lyrics, top CCM Christian songs from top Christian Music artists. Gospel music lyrics, lyrics to .
  4. Album. First Light Michael Card. Stranger on the Shore Lyrics. About “First Light” “First Light” Q&A. Album Credits. Producers John W. Thompson & Randy Scruggs.
  5. Michael Card In the early morning mist They saw a Stranger on the sea shore He some how seemed familiar Asking what the night had brought With taught anticipation then They listen to His order And pulling in the net Found more than they had ever caught The one He.
  6. "Stranger on the Shore" is a piece for clarinet written by Acker Bilk for his young daughter and originally named "Jenny" after her. The tune was written on a single scrap of paper by Bilk and handed over to Leon Young () who crafted the string arrangement, including the .
  7. The music world mourns as it has lost yet another legend. Clarinettist Acker Bilk made his transition into the light on November 2, , at the age of 85, a.
  8. Card Michael First Light Stranger On The Shore Michael Card In the early morning mist They saw a Stranger on the sea shore He some how seemed familiar Asking what the night had brought With taught anticipation then They listen to His order And pulling in .
  9. Stranger On The Shore Lyrics: Michael Card / In the early morning mist / They saw a Stranger on the sea shore / He some how seemed familiar / Asking what the night had brought / With taught.

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