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Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
Sheltered

Year of Release: 2009

1986Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
Camp Goo-La-Mock-EE

Year of Release: 1986

1977-Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
Love Letters

Year of Release: 1977

1965-Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
The Good Ole Days

Year of Release: 1965

2005-Dottie Rambo
Name of Album: Treasures
Year of Release: 2005

1981-Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
Makin' My Own Place

Year of Release: 1981
Grammy Award Nomination

1971-Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
Heart Prints

Year of Release: 1971
Grammy Award Nomination
For Pass Me Not

1964-Dottie Rambo
Big Voice - Warm Heart
Name of Album:
Sunshine Shine On

Year of Release: 1964

2003-Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
Stand By The River

Year of Release: 2003
Duet With Dolly Parton

1978-Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
Choral Concert of Love

Year of Release: 1978
Grammy Award Nomination

1968-Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
It's The Soul Of Me

Year of Release: 1968
Grammy Award Winner
Best Soul
Gospel Performance

2003-Dottie Rambo
David Huntsinger
Name of Album:
Down By The Creek Bank (25th Anniversary)

Year of Release: 2003

1978-Dottie Rambo
David Huntsinger
Name of Album:
Down By The Creek Bank

Year of Release: 1978
Platinum Award

1966-Dottie Rambo
Name of Album:
Dottie Rambo
And The Imperials

Year of Release: 1966

The 13 Cents Miracle!

In the early 1960s, DOTTIE RAMBO and the Gospel Echoes recorded two long-play record albums produced by Warner Brothers, one of the giants of the recording industry in those days. The Gospel Echoes were just getting started professionally after singing mainly in churches all over Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, but they were not well known nationally. So because Warner Brothers didn't quite know how to market a gospel group, they asked DOTTIE RAMBO to consider singing R & B (Rhythm & Blues) as a solo artist. Dottie refused and stayed true to her conviction to put God first in her life. However, she was never opposed to wholesome secular music - she grew up on country and down home soul from the other side of the tracks - but she was committed to singing the gospel. So, the Gospel Echoes, now referring to themselves as the Rambos, started to look for a new record label.

In the mid 1960s, the Rambos were making plans to sign their first recording contract with Bob Benson of Heartwarming Records. Dottie Rambo had secretly asked God for a sign that if it was God's will for the Rambos to sign with Heartwarming, that the bottom line dollar amount on that contract would end with 13 cents! This was her prayer to the Lord. When the time came for the Rambos to affix their signatures to the recording contract, Dottie asked Buck to let her see the contract before signing. Lo and behold, it was X amount of dollars and ended with 13 cents! DOTTIE RAMBO nearly had a shoutin' fit right then and there! When they returned to the car, Dottie began to write down the words "The things that I love and hold dear to my heart, they're just borrowed, they're not mine at all..."  Those words were the introduction to one of her greatest songs "Remind Me, Dear Lord." What faith this woman of God had to pray a prayer like that. In pure mathematical terms, there was a 99% chance of a different outcome and the course of history itself for thousands and thousands of us would have been altered in a negative way. Thank God he answered DOTTIE RAMBO's prayer that day!