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MP3 David L Cook - Split Personality

David L Cook is HILARIOUS and MOrtermer Crabbottom. One of the funniest comedy albums to come out of Christian music. Laughter, songs and a very good message that needs to be heard by all.

15 MP3 Songs
KIDS/FAMILY: Kid Friendly, GOSPEL: Contemporary Gospel

David L. Cook, is one the top Christian ministers of our time. With awards too numerous to mention he has been listed among the best. But that is not what makes David who he is. David is one of a handful of Christian vocalists who makes it his duty to care about the people whom he is ministering to. He works on various projects that affect the communities in which he performs. In many instances waiving ticket sales and requesting that the patrons bring cans of food and clothing that is then donated to the homeless of that area. With homelessness being a growing concern, Cook Ministries has donated over half a million dollars worth of food and clothing to various charities since 1997.

It doesn''t stop there....

Children are a major part of this minister''s calling. David has helped raise money for children from all walks of life. He has donated his time and talents to sharing and making sure that the needs of these children are met. David is backed by some of the largest companies in the world. Companies such as Pepsi Cola Corporation, Wrangler Jeans, Inc., just to name a few. Together with his backers, David makes sure that the children that can be helped are helped. Even the product that can be found at the tables after his concerts is donated to insure that these children are fed, clothed, housed and all medical bills are covered. Since 1996 over a million dollars has been raised.

David has faced many obstacles in his life. He has been performing for over 30 years. It makes people smile when they hear that, considering that he is only 35 years old! David began his career as the baby of the popular Southern Gospel group, The Cook Family Singers. He was only five years old, but even then he had the ability to bring down the house. What people didn''t realize was that David''s young life was ruled by a father who had a very bad temper and drinking problem. Many times he took out his frustration from the music industry onto his family. David had developed many disorders from this abuse and his dramatic childhood was featured on several televsion programs including the 700 Club and Trinity Broadcasting. After the family''s retirement in 1980, David crossed over to secular music and started doing television work and popular dance tracks, many of which are still played today. But God was David''s longing and after a successful run in the secular field he returned to his Christian music roots. This time he was home to stay. He was ready for whatever God had in store.

Throughout the years, David has seen good times and bad times. As many artists will tell you, life on the road is hard and one must keep prayed up at all times. David is most proud of his walk with God and feels that he and God are pals. They must be. David’s body of work had never gone unnoticed. He has received numerous awards that are to long to mention, including an introduction into the World Music Hall of Fame, 1998 Introduction in the County Gospel Music Hall of Fame, 1998 County Gospel Music Comedian of the Year, and a 1999 Dove for Christian County Album of the Yearand 2005''s Christian Comedian of the Year. David’s newest piece of work is rightfully entitled, “Have You Ever”, which is appropriate considering all of the changes he has faced throughout his young life.

David is very active within his community. He currently lives in Charlotte, NC and spends much of his time working on charity projects. He was married, but after a four year marriage he now finds himself as a single parent raising his adopted son Shawn.

So the next time you are at a David L. Cook concert, do yourself a favor; sit back and listen for the joy in his voice and the glory in his praises and then you will see The Winds of Change.

Who is Mortermer Crabbottom???

Lets take a moment to meet one of Gospel Musics newest sensations, Mr. Mortermer Crabbottom. Mortermer is unlike anyone that you will ever meet in your entire lifetime. He has style, class, a flair for fashion, a sense of humar that will tickle any funny bone, but his most precious gift of all is his deep devotion to his Lord, Jesus Christ. When Mortermer enters a building, great things are in store. Blessed with the ability to sing, make people laugh and then to turn it all around and make you come face to face with yourself and your walk with God.

You see, Mortermer is very simple and he can never understand why people never love God the way he loves God. "Unconditionally." He feels that this is where the major problem lies within the churches of today. We always want to judge things for what is on the outside and forget to look at the beautiful thing that God is creating within.

Mortermer is a character that makes us stop and examine ourselves, because let''s face the facts, there are Christians out there who are hurt and will never enter a church again and it was not because the world hurt them, it was because we, the "Christians" did. Mortermers message is simple but yet so impacting. Isn''t that just like God, to put something so simple into someone we would least expect it to come from? A child, a Mortermer Crabbottom......




Cook Family Singers:

In Church, (1972)
Old Fashion Meeting, (1974)
Live in London featuring the Jordinaires, (1977)
I I Went to the Cross, (1979)
A Final Bow, (1980)
Solo albums:

David L. Cook [A Solo Song], (1980)
Let''s Get it Moving [Club Mix], (1981)
Oxygen [Club Mix], (1981)
Cool Night, (1981)
Sweet Life [Single], (1982)
I Go Crazy, , (1982)
David L. Cook Live at the Pally [London], (1983)
It''s Christmas Somewhere, (1984)
Come Follow Me, (1985)
Personal Feelings, (1986)
Lord Can You See Me, (1988)
I Can Always Look Up, (1990)
My Song, (1994)
When Heaven is My Home [Featuring First Call], (1996)
In The Middle of it All, (1997)
Split Personality, (1998)
Wind of Change , (2002)
Man of Clay, (2003)
Have You Ever, (2006)


Trinity Broadcasting, {1975}
PTL CLUB, {1978}
Trinity Broadcasting, {1978}
HEE HAW, {1979}
The Grand Ole Opry Showcase, {1979}
Solid Gold, {1982}
Johnny Cash in the Park, {1982}
Solid Gold, {1984}
Country Showcase, {1985}
PTL Club, {1987}
Trintiy Broadcasting, {1990}
Crook and Chase, {1992}
Crook and Chase, {1994}
Ken Wright and Friends, {1997}
Trinity Broadcasting, {1997}
Crabbottom USA Special, {1998}
Trinity Broadcasting, {1998}
Host of the CGMA Awards, {1998}
700 Club, {1999}
Trinity Broadcasting, {1999}
Trinity Broadcasting, {2002}
Trinity Broadcasting, {2003}
Performed for the CGMA Awards, {2005}

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