Item description for Memphis Homecoming (Gaither Gospel) by Homecoming Friends & Bill Gaither...
Come to the River, God is Good all the Time, Give the World a Smile, He's Worthy, We'll Soon be Done with Troubles and Trials, Don't Wanna Miss a Thing, That Glad Reunion Day, Build an Ark, Up above my Head, Wait Till You See my New Home, What a Day it Wi
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Studio: Spring House / EMI
Record Label Spring House Music Group
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.01" Width: 5.68" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Apr 25, 2000
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
Series Gaither Gospel
ISBN 7474103222 ISBN13 0617884226626 UPC 617884226626
Availability 0 units.
More About Homecoming Friends & Bill Gaither
Gaither Homecoming Friends is the name applied to a series of videos, music recordings and concerts, which are organized, promoted and usually presented by Christian music songwriter and impresario Bill Gaither. To date, the Gaither Homecoming title is applied to more than 60 videos, dozens of music recordings, and an annual concert tour that drew more than half a million fans in 2004 (the most recent year for which statistics are available).
On February 19, 1991, the Gaither Vocal Band had just wrapped up a recording session in a Nashville, Tennessee, working on an album called Homecoming, which featured many of the great voices of southern gospel music: The Speers, the Gatlins, Jake Hess, The Cathedrals, Howard & Vestal Goodman, Buck Rambo, Eva Mae Lefevre, James Blackwood, Hovie Lister, Jim Hill, and J.D. Sumner & The Stamps. After the session, the artists stayed around to chat, swap stories and sing old standards around the piano. The impromptu session was recorded on video and later published. The recording was so well received that Gaither began a series of professionally-produced videos with larger gatherings of gospel musicians.
Today Bill & Gloria Gaither and their Homecoming Friends is a favorite staple of Gospel Music audiences around the world.
Reviews - What do customers think about Memphis Homecoming?
memphis homecoming Jul 8, 2005
I love this kind of music it keeps me going and they all do keep up with the music give it try do not take my word on you need to listen to it thats it
Build an ark Jul 7, 2005
I'm sure a lot of people are like me, in thinking that these Homecomings aren't very good, except for the vocal band. On this CD, they sing "build an Ark," previously recorded with Jonathan Pierce on Tenor. Now its with Guy Penrod and David Phelps, so you know what that means!
Fantastic Album! Feb 2, 2005
I love this album. Amazing vocal talents Sandi Patty, Allison Durham Speer, and David Phelps add their tremendous talents to this incredible album.
He's Worthy - Allison Speer Searchin - Various Artists Yes, God is Real - Sandi Patty
The Greatest! Jun 26, 2000
Holy Ground, Lord Send your Angels, God is Good All the Time, He's Worthy..All these songs are such wonderful songs. Who's better to be singing them than some of the best southern gospel music artists. Allison Durham Speer, The Gaither Vocal Band, The Happy Goodmans, all of these people's voices touch our hearts as they sing these beautiful songs. This cd really brings out the harmony in all these people. I recommend it to everyone.
Another Awesome Gaither Product Jun 21, 2000
This tape is another awesome Gaither production. Jeanne Johnson & Ivan Parker are fantastic on Where No One Stands Alone. Also, Lord Send Your Angels by Candy Christmas is delightful. As we've come to expect, many of these selections will bring tears to your eyes. Memphis Homecoming is another powerful production that will remind you of days gone by and have you longing for home. Keep 'em coming, Bill.