Alex Bradford (January 23, 1927 – February 15, 1978) (professionally known as Professor Alex Bradford) was a multi-talented gospel composer, singer, arranger and choir director, who was an influence on artists such as Little Richard, Bob Marley and Ray Charles, and who helped bring about the modern mass choir movement in gospel.
American soul, gospel and jazz singer and songwriter, born 23 January 1927 in Bessemer, Alabama, USA, died 15 February 1978 in Newark, New Jersey, USA.
For Steinweiss, album artwork offered the complete package. He approached each and every album like a small canvas. For him, they were opportunities for experimentation and every day he'd play with layout, illustration, colour, typography and hand-lettering. His real talent lay in his ability to combine all these unique elements effortlessly and fluidly.
Professor Alex Bradford. Rainbow in the Sky. Alex Bradford. 1. Album + Soundtrack.
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Composer, Performer, Lyricist. b. Jan 23, 1927 Bessemer, Alabama, USA - d. Feb 15, 1978 Newark, New Jersey, USA ) Male. Lyrics by Alex Bradford. Jun 02, 1980 - Oct 12, 1980. Your Arms Too Short to Box With God. Music by Alex Bradford. Dec 22, 1976 - Jan 01, 1978. Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope. Performer: Alex Bradford. Apr 19, 1972 - Oct 27, 1974.