Part of the Brumley family business is the publishing of songbooks. In addition to writing tons of gospel, bluegrass, Americana, and folk songs, Elaine’s grandfather (Albert E. Brumley), and his sons used to print, bind, and sell songbooks and hymnals to local fans as well as people and churches across the country.
Today we are excited to be able to make those same books available to you now! Browse the selection below, and feel free to order online with PayPal, find our Amazon order page if you like shopping there, or download & print our order form and mail us your request. Feel free to call (479)366-1762 or email us (email@example.com) with any questions.
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The Best of Brumley
Our best seller! Just what the name implies – a 160-page souvenier songbook and picture album, containing an exclusive collection of Brumley’s best songs of the 800+ he penned. It also contains biography, newspaper articles, family pictures, and illustrations. Perfect for all gospel music lovers, and admirers of Mr. Brumley.
Great Inspirational Songs
The finest collection of all-time inspirational, gospel, hymns, and other special and standard church songs. Contains 325 gospel songs in shaped notes. The spiral-bound version is perfect for piano players. Includes a Topical Index for many of the worship services, and great songs such as “I Surrender All”, “Blessed Assurance”, “Just As I Am”, “Rock of Ages” and hundreds more!
A selection of older sacred and sentimental songs of the past — America’s favorite “Songs of the Air”! You’ll find 124 songs with four-part harmony arrangements. Some of Albert’s personal favorites in this book include: “Just a Rose Will Do”, “The Royal Telephone”, “Lord, Build Me a Cabin in Glory”, “That Glad Reunion Day”, “Looking For a City”, and many other classics.
I’ll Fly Away: The Albert E. Brumley Songbook
The newest addition to the Brumley book library features vocal, piano, and guitar arrangements by the legendary Albert E. Brumley. Renowned as one of the twentieth century’s top gospel composers, Brumley’s songs still touch lives today with messages of faith and hope. Includes a foreword by Bill Gaither and special message from Dolly Parton, as well as songs like “It’s an Unfriendly World”, “I Just Steal Away and Pray”, and more!
Songs of the Pioneers #1
A rare collection of 60 classic folk songs and ballads — 55 arranged by Albert or his sons — of the romantic past. With words, music and guitar chord symbols, this salute to folk festivals is certain to bring back memories, or provide you an idea of the sounds of a simpler time.
Songs of the Pioneers #2
Shortly after the first Songs of the Pioneers was released, hundreds of requests for more classic folk songs were received. Book #2 is the result, a collection of 58 more songs and ballads that have been passed down from generation to generation. True folks songs that have stood the test of time!
Songs of the Pioneers #3
Sixty-three more old folk favorites collected, arranged and compiled into the third addition of the collection by Albert’s sons Bob and Bill in 1984.
All-Day Singin’ and Dinner on the Ground
A collection of 33 favorite old time songs and hymns, as well as over 100 choice recipes enjoyed at the many “dinners on the ground” after church services from the days of yesteryear!
Olde Time Camp Meetin’ Songs
Sixty-four songs dedicated to the memory of those stalwart pioneers of a by-gone era who were dedicated to the advancement of Christianity through the medium of “Brush Arbor” revivals and “Camp Meetings” of the early years. Many of these songs were born in such meetings, and are still popular in today’s services and gatherings.
Lamplitin’ Songs & Ballads
Contains 58 old and new folk songs, mountain ballads, plantation songs, western songs, and songs about mother, home, and Heaven.
“Li’l Brumley Books” Special
Save when you buy 5 of the previous little books listed, get the 6th one free! $25 for all three (3) Songs of the Pioneers titles, Camp Meetin’, All-day Singin’ and Lamplitin’.