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Sacred Voices - An A Cappella Collection

Song NameAs Performed By
Climbing Up the MountainDoyle Lawson & Quicksilver
Father I Stretch My Hand To TheeNashville Bluegrass Band
Vision Of A Golden CrownDon Rigsby
He's Coming Again So SoonRobin & Linda Williams
My Heavenly HomeFront Range -
Feel Like My Time Ain't LongThe Country Gentlemen
Lone PilgrimPeter Rowan & The Rowan Brothers
Shut De DoTim & Mollie O'Brien
Talk About SufferingRicky Scaggs & Tony Rice
Didn't You Want To Go To HeavenRobin & Linda Williams
Jesus Made the WinePeter Rowan & Nashville Bluegrass Band
Walk In JerusalemNew Grass Revival
What A Friend We Have In JesusDoc Watson
That New JerusalemDoyle Lawson & Quicksilver
Roll Jordan RollNashville Bluegrass Band

Bluegrass, a brand of music appreciated for its intricate musicianship and instrumental virtuosity, has always maintained a fresh appeal while staying true to the gospel roots inherent to the genre. Sacred Voices is a gathering of Bluegrass big shots who have put down their instruments and opened their voices, sounding out an integrated variety of Gospel songs and continuing a tradition that started with Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys. Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver sing 'Climbing Up The Mountain' and 'That New Jerusalem'. Peter Rowan & The Rowan Brothers sing a haunting 'Lone Pilgrim' while also making an appearance with the Nashville Bluegrass Band on 'Jesus Made the Wine'. 'Father I Stretch My Hand To Thee' and 'Roll Jordan Roll' also feature the Nashville Bluegrass Band. Tim & Mollie O'Brien contribute 'Shut De Do' and Ricky Skaggs and Tony Rice 'Talk about Suffering'. New Grass Revival adds a touch of live performance to the mix with 'Walk In Jerusalem' while Robin & Linda Williams & Friends keep the faith with 'He's Coming Again So Soon' and 'Don't You Want To Go To Heaven'. Also featured are 'Vision Of A Golden Crown' by Don Rigsby and a whole cast of vocals, 'My Heavenly Home' by Front Range, and 'Feel Like My Time Ain't Long' by The Country Gentlemen. First published in 1855 is the oldest and most recognizable song 'What A Friend We Have In Jesus', a riveting solo performance given by Doc Watson. Bluegrass and Gospel music are both inspiring and timeless; strip down to the naked voice and the result is something sacred.

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Gospel | A Cappella | United States

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