Scroll Down To See Details Of Dottie Rambo's Grammy Winning Album
|Song Title||Songwriter||Time||Other Details||Audio-Visual Link|
|The Soul Of Me||Dottie Rambo||2:51||YouTube Performance|
|Just Enough Heaven||Dottie Rambo||2:00|
|Swing Low||Unknown - Public Domain||Missing On Album|
|Reach Out For The Life Line||Dottie Rambo||2:30|
|His Steps Didn't Stop At Calvary||Dottie Rambo||3:20|
|He Ain't Never Done Me Nothin' But Good||Dottie Rambo||3:00|
|Healer's Comin' Down The Road, The||Dottie Rambo||1:35|
|Then I'll Know||Darius Spurgeon||5:00|
|When The Great Trumpet Sounds||James L L Hendrix||2:50|
|I Have A Father Who Can||James L L Hendrix||2:50||Marvin Williams On YouTube|
|I've Been Talkin' To The Lord About You||Dottie Rambo||3:24|
|I Don't Want To Do Anything (To Bring Reproach To My Father's Name)||Dottie Rambo||2:00|
Dottie Rambo is not the simple, uncomplicated person I thought she was. The Dottie Rambo I thought I knew was just a country girl. She wrote gospel songs like a country girl -- she played the electric guitar like a country girl -- she sang like a country girl -- she made biscuits and ate grits like a country girl. I know she move from Kentucky down to the city, but she was obviously still just a plain country girl. Not that this wasn't enough -- I also figured Dottie had about all the talent one person deserved anyway. Then I listened to this album. The picture on the album jacket looks just like the girl I know, but there's another Dottie Rambo singing inside.
For this record..."The Soul of Me," she has written some songs that have all the excitement and glory of an old negro camp meeting. She has surrounded herself with a great group of soul musicians plus the choir from Nashville's Pentecostal Tabernacle -- a real hand-clapping, joyful singing group of dedicated people that seem to feel everything Dottie is doing. Then she added her own big heart and voice to twelve very moving songs. There are slow songs filled with haunting truths and bright up tempo tunes that literally seem to sparkle with joy and excitement. When it's all put together, it's really a break-taking album.
If you are like me and thought you had Dottie Rambo all figured out, then stop a minute and listen to this album. When she gets through, I'm sure you won't be able to say that she's just a country girl any more. There are many sides to the great heart and talent of Dottie Rambo...this album represents one of the most moving and exciting sides.