9 thoughts on “ 100 Pounds Of Clay

  1. A Hundred Pounds Of Clay Lyrics: He took a hundred pounds of clay / And then He said, "Hey, listen" / "I'm gonna fix this-a world today" / "Because I know what's missin' " .
  2. Nov 23,  · In the original version, God is "doing just what he should do, to make a living dream like you". This time round, God is "making land and sky and sea, and do.
  3. After recording two unsuccessful singles and an album, McDaniels teamed with producer Snuff Garrett, with whom he recorded his first hit, "A Hundred Pounds of Clay", which reached number 3 in the Billboard Hot chart in early and sold over one .
  4. A Hundred Pounds Of Clay He took a hundred pounds of clay And they He said "Hey, listen" "I'm gonna fix this-a world today" "Because I know what's missin' "Then He rolled his big sleeves up And a brand-new world began He created a woman and-a lots of lovin' for a man Whoa-oh-oh, yes he did With just a hundred pounds of clay He made my life.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lbs. Of Clay! on Discogs.
  6. a Hundred Pounds of Clay: the Best of Gene McDaniels was released on Capital Records in as part of the Legendary Masters Series. later on, it was reissued on Collectibles Records in this product is the reissue from Collectibles and the sound quality is better than on the Capital Release. on the Capital release, the brass on "Tower of Strength" is all echoy, but on /5.
  7. “A Hundred Pounds of Clay” told the story of God creating the human race, and while it was a strange topic for a popular song, with backing vocals by the Johnny Mann Singers and McDaniels’ strong lead, the song shot up the charts and earned a .
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gene McDaniels* - Lbs. Of Clay! at Discogs. Complete your Gene McDaniels* collection.4/5(18).

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