You Bring Out The Best In Me - Ben Tankard - Play Me In Your Key (CD, Album)

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  1. A Christian "C" note sounds the same as a non-Christian note, but as a minister, God releases His Spirit and power through me the music becomes a vehicle-of-salvation to carry God's love, healing and deliverance." As a modern day "David" and often referred to as "The Minstrel", Ben Tankard has a strong anointing to play under t read more.
  2. You Bring Out the Best in Me Lyrics: Whoa-oh-oh / You, you are a winner, yeah / The hands of fate surely have been kind / You are the start of a beginning / Sweet inner vision of my mind / I.
  3. I used to own this CD back in the day but lost it or accidently threw it away. Finally I'm gonna own it again. It's a legendary album by a great gospel jazz legend in his own right. From the Yolanda Adams assisted "You Bring Out The Best In Me" to Ben backing her on "In Your Arms" to the jam feat. Angelo & Veronica, this CD has got a lot of joints.5/5(9).
  4. Tankard was executive producer and music producer on most of the early Tribute releases and his vision was to develop artists and pioneer a new smooth genre of music he coined as "gospeljazz". He featured Yolanda Adam's jazzy vocals on the album and concept video single " You Bring Out The Best In Me " on his release "Play Me In Your Key".
  5. It's a legendary album by a great gospel jazz legend in his own right. From the Yolanda Adams assisted "You Bring Out The Best In Me" to Ben backing her on "In Your Arms" to the jam feat. Angelo & Veronica, this CD has got a lot of joints.
  6. Features Song Lyrics for Ben Tankard's Play a Lil Song 4 Me album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  7. Ben Tankard (born January 10, ) is an American gospel/smoothjazz musician, producer, reality-tv Dad, author and motivational speaker from Daytona Beach, Florida. His instruments include the synthesizer, piano, tuba, drums, guitar, and percussion. Often referred to as the "Godfather of Gospel/Jazz", his instrumental music has bridged the gap between two genres and charted at #1 .
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of (You Bring Out) The Best In Me on Discogs.
  9. Out of the darkness, to the light I needed to believe in someone You were there when I was all alone Here I am, go on and take all my love Whoa-whoa Girl, you bring out the best in me So much love, ah, you gotta be a miracle You are so beautiful. whoa-whoa Girl, you bring out the best in me You've got so much love, so much love Ah, you could've.

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