Artist: The Roberta Martin Singers. The Roberta Martin Singers - Oh How Much He Cares 03:52. The Roberta Martin Singers - I Need You Lord 02:00. The Roberta Martin Singers: best 2 tracks. The Roberta Martin Singers - Precious Memories - Original Inspirational Classics: If You See My Saviour, 2006 02:34. The Roberta Martin Singers - God Specializes The Best Of The Roberta Martin Singers, 1978 03:36. Artist: The Roberta Martin Singers.
A That Great Judgement Day B He's All I Need. The Roberta Martin Singers. That Great Judgement Day, He's All I Need (7", Promo).
That Great Judgement Day. SRM70555. He's Leading Me. MG 14040 The Raymond Rasberry Singers - He Doeth All Things Well. The Rasberry Singers, including Carl Hall, Raymond Rasberry, vocals; with Robert Banks, organ; Bobby Donaldson, drums. I Know A Great Saviour. He Knows What I Need. MG 14083 The Dorothy Norwood Singers, Vol. 1 - Johnny And Jesus.
He fell out of style by the end of the 19th century, and his works were pigeonholed as Victorian and religious by the early 20th century. Critical opinion of Martin's work improved from the 1940s, and the Tate Gallery bought The Great Day of His Wrath in 1945. The triptych was reassembled at the Tate Gallery in 1974 after Charlotte Frank donated the two other works following the death of her husband, Robert Frank
He Has Done Great Things for Me. 3:31. 5. Every Now and Then. Myrna Summers & The Refreshing Springs . Bell Grove Baptist Church Choir. Bell Grove Baptist Church Choir & Rev. Willie Morganfield.
Other albums by The Roberta Martin Singers. Since I Met Him. God Is Still on the Throne. Twelve Inspirational Songs. The Roberta Martin Singers 11/6/2001. Most of Martin's best early work from the late '40s through the '50s is out of print, but this is a nice introduction to this dynamic singer and group leader. 1 God Specializes The Roberta Martin Singers 3:33.
Artwork page for ‘The Last Judgement’, John Martin, 1853 This was part of a triptych, with The Great Day of His Wrath, on show here, and The Plains of Heaven, on show in the ’1840’ room, nearby. The pictures were produced at the end of Martin’s career, with the intention of touring them as popular spectacles. They travelled extensively, even going on show in America and Australia. This and two other pictures, The Great Day of His Wrath (Tate Gallery N05613) and The Plains of Heaven (Tate Gallery T01928) compose a triptych, and are the last major works Martin produced before his death. They are generally considered among his most important achievements, possibly his masterpiece. Coxe recorded that 'we called upon Martin. He was engaged on a picture of the Last Judgment full of his mannerisms. quoted by Balston, . 34).