Merrill Womach - Biography. Date of Birth 7 February 1927, Spokane, Washington, USA Date of Death 28 December 2014, Spokane, Washington, USA. Merrill Womach was an American Concert Organist and an Operatic Tenor - a gospel singer with an astounding 4 Octave range. He was notable both for founding the "National Music Service" (now Global Distribution Network, In., which provided both recorded music and sound systems to funeral homes across America.
A Time For Us: Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet (LP). New Life Records (2), New Life Records (2). DJ 69-1-10. It's About Time, Lord I Love You (7", Single). New Life Records (2). G 4501. Merrill Womach Accompanied By Dean Kincaid. Merrill Womach Accompanied By Dean Kincaid - My Song (LP, Album). LPVP-1501.
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Merrill Womach, piloting his twin-engine Piper, took off from a small airfield in Oregon, homewar. Today, at 54, his strong, four-octave tenor voice still sings in praise of the Lord. As a gospel performer he does 125 concerts in all parts of the country and must turn down many more invitations for lack of time. I feel I have a message that people need and want to hear, he says, a message Merrill Womach was meant to deliver. At the time of his accident he was a handsome young husband, the father of three and already a successful musician and businessman
Thank You Lord is a contemporary worship music album recorded by Don Moen. The album was released on April 6, 2004, by Integrity Music, Hosanna! Music, Christian Broadcasting Network, Epic Records, and Sony Music Entertainment. On March 5, 2005, was recognized by Billboard Magazine, charting No. 15 on the Top Christian Albums and No. 22 on the Heatseekers.
Merrill Womach (February 7, 1927 – December 28, 2014) was an American undertaker, organist and gospel singer, notable both for founding National Music Service (now Global Distribution Network, In., which provided recorded music to funeral homes across America, and for surviving a Thursday, November 23, 1961 plane crash in Beaver Marsh, Oregon that left him disfigured with third degree burns on his hands and his entire head.
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|A1||Thank You Lord|
|A2||The Love Of God|
|A3||True Love Comes From God|
|A5||I'll Walk With God|
|B1||Morning Has Broken|
|B2||Especially For You|
|B3||The Chidren's Medley|
|B4||We Have This Moment, Today|
|B5||Ever Gentle, Ever Sweet|