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Legacy: The Gift

Silent Night
Hark The Herald Angels Sing
The First Noel
O Holy Night
Away In A Manger
All Is Well
Mary Did You Know
Here With Us
Go Tell It On The Mountain
While You Were Sleeping

Five-man Contemporary Christian a cappella group Legacy first got together to sing in college in the fall of 2002. After a summer tour in 2003 and recording their excellent self-titled CD together, they felt that God had other plans and went their separate ways. In 2006 John Paul, Clint, Josh and Jake were brought back together by some amazing things in Lubbock, TX, to continue their musical ministry, joined this time by Marty Baker. Legacy has been compared to such a cappella giants as Take 6, Acappella and Rockapella, and the 10 songs on "The Gift" are as beautiful and relevant as any we have heard on a Christmas album. The traditional carols "Silent Night," "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," "The First Noel," "Oh Holy Night," "Away In A Manger," and "Go Tell It On The Mountain" are wonderfully arranged gems, filled with the deeply-felt reverence of these remarkable singers. Lesser-known songs like "All Is Well," "Mary Did You Know" and "Here With Us" are just what we need to consider at a holiday celebrating the birth of Christ. The final cut, the powerful "While You Were Sleeping" speaks directly to Americans about whether their society will be one to embrace Jesus, or once again have no room for Him at the inn. The colorful liner notes have all the lyrics and some wonderful graphics and photos. Don't miss "The Gift," it's for everyone this Christmas from Legacy, one of the best Contemporary Christian a cappella groups we have heard!

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Item code: 2292C | 1 CD | $14.95 |add item to cart
Christian | A Cappella | Male | United States
Related: Gospel Christmas
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