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Awesome remake Brings back memories!

This CD brings back some wonderful memories of me and my wife racing down the freeway with this CD in the car radio blaring, proclaiming, "I don't need whole lot of money..." I highly recommend this CD to anyone who loves the marriage of Rock and Roll with Christianity!

I love Grand Funk but not this!

This album is a big reason he is not in Grand Funk Railroad anymore. He would preach too much at shows and Grand Funk concerts are for music and not trying to get people to join your religion. It is too bad because he still has a great voice!


Growing up when GFR was at it's peak, and loving each song, like "Foot Stompin' Music." It was a wonderful feeling to find Mark Farner singing some old GFR songs with a gospel twist as well as some new songs as well with my personal fav, "Love from above." I am 59 now and understand Mark has gone back to some of his former ways.......but "the Word" from this album for so many baby boomers and chritians to be. thanks Mark. Come back... you are an inspiration to my generation and to generations to come. Hey guys give him a chance to show you his vocal prowess as well as his exciting guitar skills.


Born: September 29, 1948 in Flint, MI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '90s, '00s

Mark Farner is the heart and soul of the band Grand Funk Railroad, having written and/or sung their most famous songs from the majority of their '70s hits: "I'm Your Captain (Closer to Home)," "Bad Time," "Footstompin' Music," "Rock & Roll Soul," the number one remake of the Little Eva classic "The Loco-Motion" ( which is everything creatively that a remake should be), a cover of "Some Kind of Wonderful," along with a multitude of well-known album tracks, including "Hooked on Love," "Mean Mistreater,"...
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