|Time and Seasons|
|Studio album by|
|Released||October 12, 1999|
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Domestically, the album peaked at number 6 on the US Billboard Top Gospel albums chart, number 13 on the Billboard Top Contemporary Christian chart and number 28 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
The Clark Sisters are an American gospel vocal group originally consisting of five sisters: Jacky Clark Chisholm, Denise "Niecy" Clark-Bradford, Elbernita "Twinkie" Clark, Dorinda Clark-Cole, and Karen Clark Sheard. The Clark Sisters are the daughters of gospel musician and choral director Dr. Mattie Moss Clark. They are credited for helping to bring gospel music to the mainstream and are considered pioneers of contemporary gospel.
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Go Tell Somebody, is the second album by American contemporary gospel music group Commissioned, released in 1986 on Light Records.
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State of Mind' is the sixth album by American contemporary gospel music group Commissioned, released in 1990 on Verity Records. It was the last album with the original line-up of the group. Keith Staten and Michael Brooks left the group.
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Kierra Valencia "Kiki" Sheard-Kelly is an American gospel singer and evangelist. She is the daughter of gospel singer Karen Clark-Sheard and COGIC Presiding Bishop J. Drew Sheard and the granddaughter of gospel choral director Mattie Moss Clark. After appearing on her mother's and aunt's albums, Sheard debuted to the music scene with the release of her debut album I Owe You in 2004. Her hit single You Don't Know was inspired by her mother almost losing her life in 2001 to a fatal blood clot. Sheard portrayed her mother in the hit Lifetime movie, The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel.
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