Tom Autry is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1977||Jim Gill||United Saints of America||Keyboards|
|1977||Candle||The Music Machine||Synthesizer|
Tom Autry is best known as the author of the country hit, "A Mama and a Papa," first made popular by Ray Stevens. With a voice that has been compared to Richie Havens, he recorded early Christian albums of varied types. After three Christian market albums, Autry delved into the easy listening market, recording independent albums for private release. He refers to himself as "a psalmist and a musicianary," and he travels extensively, leading worship at Pentecostal revival meetings.
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