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Somebody Up There Likes Me - The Plainsmen Quartet* - The Plainsmen Quartet (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  4. unknown – The Plainsmen Quartet (Howard Welborn [vcl] Jack Mainord [vcl], Bill Randall [vcl], Joe B. Davis [bass], Easmon Napier [piano]) TOUCH OF HIS HAND Word W SOMEBODY UP THERE LIKES ME Word W HE'S NOT DISAPPOINTED IN ME Word W DRY BONES Word W LORD KEEP YOUR MIGHTY HAND ON ME Word WAuthor: Praguefrank.
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  9. The Plainsmen Quartet () In , Howard Welborn (tenor), Jack Mainord (lead), Bill Randall (baritone), Joe B. Davis (bass) and Easmon Napier (pianist and emcee) parted ways with the Stamps organization and reorganized under a new name, the Plainsmen Quartet. A year later, Rusty Goodman joined the group to sing baritone.

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