Out of the Depths

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Nancy Bowker

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Nancy Bowker has been forced, and led, into a life of profound solitude, due to illness. From working in blueberry fields as a child, to the jazz stage, to the inner retirement of improvised, sung prayer, Nancy sings out of the depths. Find more of her music on http://nbcrossings.tumblr.com/

All the songs in this program are performed by Nancy Bowker:
Mountain Song (by Holly Near) - from Crossings
Black Coffee (by Paul Francis Webster, Sonny Burke) - from Nancy Bowker Live
Out of the Depths (Psalm 130) - read by Kathy Eliot, music by Nancy Bowker - from Crossings
Glenn's Lament - by Nancy Bowker from Crossings
I Wish I Knew How It Feels To Be Free (by Billy Taylor, D. Dallas) & Feeling Good (by Leslie Bilicusse, Anthony Newly) - from Nancy Bowker Live

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2/2/2014
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Once again she touches souls.

Once again Nancy has reached into the depths of her own spirit and has touched our very souls. She has helped people to understand that God is not not just "our father" but also "our mother" who art in heaven. She has song our own longings and prayers with a resounding Shalom!

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This is a great interview-

This is a great interview--beautiful voice, soul...

Good morning -- I was very

Good morning -- I was very moved by your show with Nancy Bowker. Tears of understanding and recognition came to my eyes. Thanks for bringing her to us.

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