Wayne Pascall Acappella
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Wayne Pascall Acappella
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17 songs by 6 artists
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49 songs by 41 artists
5 songs by 4 artists
I am a gospel artist who produces music, acappella style. I sing and vocally produce all the musical parts in my songs. In a few songs I will sometimes featu
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A story of my spiritual journey. Written, lived and VOCALLY Produced by Wayne Pascall. VIDEO AVAILABLE! Highest position in charts - Jazz- #5 / Jazz Vocals- #1
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Composed and vocally produced by Wayne Pascall in honor of our God, the edification of the listeners and saving of souls.
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From my coming album: "Shining On Me"
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Composed and vocally produced by Wayne Pascall from Luke 18:9-14.
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Composed from 1 John 1:7 and 1 John 2: 1-2. Composed and vocally produced by Wayne Pascall.
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Album: Living 4 Him
My rendition to this popular Christmas spiritual. All vocals by Wayne Pascall.
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Album: Transformed
From my latest album: "Transformed". Released February 2012.
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My rendition to this Christmas Classic. It is a rhapsody of a few Christmas tunes, the main theme being "MARY'S BOYCHILD," with my composition at the end. Arrangement and vocals by Wayne Pascall.
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(CHOSEN IN ROUND 2 of Sounclick's Holiday Cover Contest. Thanks for the votes!) From my 2007 Christmas Album 'Come Let Us Adore Him'. All sounds heard produced by the voice and anatomy of Wayne Pascall. Composed by yours trully.
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Originally written by the classical, German composer, HANDEL in the 18th century. 'Gloria In Excelsis Deo' is LATIN for 'Glory to God in The Highest', a statement found in Luke 2:14 as the angels rejoiced at Christ's birth. ACAPPELLA!
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