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Streaming audio interview with The Late Wendel Swain Armbrister recorded April 26th 2005
By Dave Mackey
Dec 27, 2006 - 8:42:50 PM

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We are saddened to announce that popular Bahamian Entertainer turned Gospel artist, Wendell Swain Armbrister, born in Murphy Town Abaco has died. Swain died at his home 7PM on Wednesday March 29, 2006 at the age of 63. We present herewith a streaming audio interview with Swain recorded 10:49AM April 26th 2005 when Swain was in fine form. He  talks about "the good ol' days" when he performed with "The Mighty Makers", "Ezra and The Poka dots", "The Dynamics", "Skinner & Company" and "The Citations. Additionally, Swain,  a Born Again Christian , discusses his transition from secular music to Gospel music. Click on the play button below to take a journey through the life of Wendell Swain Armbrister. For your spiritual enrichment and reflection on the life of Wendell Swain Armbrister  we also provide Swain's rendition of the song "Coming Home" from his gospel album "Father's, We've Got To Save Our Children. Swain's survivors have numerous copies available for sale and could greatly utilize the funds derived. If you would like to purchase a copy of this album please click on the contact link above and we will forward your requests to his family. Note:
This is now the entire unedited interview.

Swain Complete interview (10:22)
Swain "Coming Home" Song

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