Kirk Whalum
In 1983, Kirk Whalum caught the attention of the pianist Bob James. And, Whalum joined his album "12" (1985). He released his debut album "Floppy Disk" with James' support. From the latter term of 1980's, Whalum began to make a name for himself as a sideman of great insight and musicianship, playing on albums by a wide variety of artists -- including Larry Carlton, Quincy Jones, Luther Vandross, Al Jarreau and many others. He also toured with Whitney Houston. Her song I Will Always Love You's sax solo is Kirk's performance.
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Kirk Whalum
In 1983, Kirk Whalum caught the attention of the pianist Bob James. And, Whalum joined his album "12" (1985). He released his debut album "Floppy Disk" with James' support. From the latter term of 1980's, Whalum began to make a name for himself as a sideman of great insight and musicianship, playing on albums by a wide variety of artists -- including Larry Carlton, Quincy Jones, Luther Vandross, Al Jarreau and many others. He also toured with Whitney Houston. Her song I Will Always Love You's sax solo is Kirk's performance.
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Jehovah (Remix)
The song ‘Jehovah’ was produced to bless the lives of people who are going through challenges at different points in their life; hopefully it encourages people to put their trust in Jehovah God. “A difficult situation with a close family member that got me worried for them and praying to the Lord inspired the song. At the end of the situation, I realized that God is still God in spite of whatever happens. We all just need to give God the praise because He is great. Hopefully folks are drawn to look away from problems and instead to God as they lift up hands and declare “Jehovah Idi Ebube.”more
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We win in the end
God never promised us we wouldn't go through things in this world. What Jesus said was that we should have no fear because He has overcome the world. Ever taken an open book test? Where the answers are all in the book? Well yeah, for the believer in Jesus Christ, no matter what you go through, you already know we win in the end. Go read the book of Revelation... the back of the book tells you how the story ends! We win in the end! more
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Trust in your name
When my parents passed away in the same year, i realized the consolation i have as a Christian is that I'll see them again someday in the future in heaven. They trusted in Jesus. And they always told me to. Because in doing so, to live is Christ, and to die is gain; just like the bible says. So I wrote this song explaining how from birth to death, i will trust in Jesus name. more
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