Jeff Fenholt – Jesus 50'. Label: Messiah Records – none.
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Jeff Fenholt - Fenholt Jesus 50's.
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The cd can be bought. So beautiful god bless you. Thank's so much for sharing. I tried to find the whole album, but I can't find it. I wish it was here.
Jeff’s part in the history of Black Sabbath is in dispute. The Black Sabbath camp has said that Fenholt merely tried out for the part. July 26, 2017 at 2:50 pm. The Good New is that the past is the past, Jesus, is in the NOW! Praise the Lord! First time I saw Jeff, was at Rice University in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR! Sitting in bleachers just a few steps grim the BIGGEST SPEAKERS EVER! Louder than all the Shoffer horns in Israel put togethet Later I met Fenholt face to face and talked about our assignments at Bread of Life Houston, my Dusty Kemp’s dome church!
Jeffrey Craig "Jeff" Fenholt (born 1951) is an American singer best known for his performance as the title character in the original Broadway theatre adaptation of Jesus Christ Superstar and for his appearance on the cover of "Time Magazine". In later years, Fenholt would gain notoriety as a Christian evangelist and singer, as well as controversy over his involvement with the English heavy metal band Black Sabbath.
Jeff Fenholt is best known for playing the title character in the original Broadway stage adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Jesus Christ Superstar. On the original album version the part was played by Ian Gillan. Fenholt's tenure in Black Sabbath is disputed by the band itself. He recorded vocals for an early version of Seventh Star that were later scrapped when he departed due.
|1||Jesus (rocked my soul)|
|2||Praise the lord tonite|
|3||Jesus the lord|
|5||Jesus, my savior, my lord|
|6||Jesus is the rock|
|7||I got saved|
|8||Jesus, you're so wonderful|
|9||I'm in love|
|10||Jesus loves me|