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Ron Carroll - My Prayer album download

Ron Carroll - My Prayer album download Performer: Ron Carroll
Album: My Prayer
Country: US
Released: 1993
Style: House, Garage House
Size MP3: 1112 mb.
Size FLAC: 1105 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 334

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Af-Ryth-Mix Sounds (catalog number ARM 0001). This album was released in 1993-00-00 year. US. Format of the release is.

Ron Carroll is an American DJ, singer, songwriter and producer. He is primarily known in the house music circuit. Carroll has worked with many of house's most famous producers, including E-Smoove, Maurice Joshua and Bob Sinclar. He has also produced, usually with partner Spero Pagos, for other vocalists or his own songs. Carroll was born in Chicago in 1968. As a boy, he learned to sing while a member of his church choir.

My Prayer (King Street Mix). Remix – George L., Greg Day, James S., Kyle S., Willie C. That Side. B1. My Prayer (Trent Hymn Mix). My Prayer ‎(12", Promo).

Album: The Underground Sound of Miami, Vol. 1, 2017. While summer is in full swing, we present you a fine package of brand new remixes of Ron Carroll’s house classic The Sermon.


This Side
My Prayer (Radio Mix)
My Prayer (Extended Mix)
My Prayer (King Street Mix)
That Side
My Prayer (Trent Hymn Mix)
My Prayer (H&F Underground Vox)
My Prayer (H&F Underground Dub)


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARM 0001 Ron Carroll My Prayer ‎(12") Af-Ryth-Mix Sounds ARM 0001 US 1993
ARM 0001 Ron Carroll My Prayer ‎(12", Promo) Af-Ryth-Mix Sounds ARM 0001 US 1993
ARM0001 Ron Carroll My Prayer ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl) Af-Ryth-Mix Sounds ARM0001 1993

NYC Undaground. Gospel vocal style meets dancefloor, as so often the case when it comes to deep NYC House style. Best Mix: King Street Mix
The King Street Mix is pure bliss. Thanks to Kstarke records in Chicago for the good deal on this record
Supreme vocal House music from Yesteryear of the spiritually uplifting 'hands-in-the-air-but-in-a-cool-impulsive-way' variety but not so over-laced with the familar self-righteous gospel revelationism that was typically found on so many other similar tracks in the early 1990's during that great Gospel House explosion when every other track contained some kind of reference to thanking the Lord in some way. My only criticism with this, and it is a very mild criticism, is that the tracks fade out far to quickly and the best mixes aren't nearly long enough with the exception of the extended mix, which clocks in at a meagre 5:23, which is just about the point when those arms start pointing heavenwards. Still, it's 5 minutes plus of House heaven. Magic.