When the Saints Go Marching In - Terry Blackwood, Jake Hess
On the Authority - Gaither Vocal Band
Miracles Will Happen on That Day - Ben Speer
Yes, I Am - The Hoppers
He'll Deliver Me - Janet Paschal
Teach Me, Lord, To Wait - Wesley Pritchard,
Windows of Heaven Are Open - Sue Dodge, Ann Downing
Praise the Lord - Russ Taff
I Thank You, Lord - Alicia Williamson
Twenty-Four Hours a Day
Goodbye Blue - Woody Wright
Goin' Away Party - Jeff and Sheri Easter, Sheri Easter, Charlotte Ritchie
He Understands My Tears - The Isaacs
Precious Lord, Take My Hand - Sherman Andrus, Jr.
Jesus Loves Me - Jackie Harling
Upon This Rock - Allison Durham Speer
Through the Fire - The Crabb Family
There Is a Fountain - Vestal Goodman
Go Rest High on That Mountain - Kim Hopper, Charlotte Ritchie, Ladye Love Smith
Item description for New Orleans Homecoming (Gaither Gospel) by Bill Gaither & Homecoming Friends...
1) When The Saints Go Marching In 2) On The Authority 3) Miracles Will Happen On That Day 4) Yes I Am 5) Hell Deliver Me 6) Teach Me Lord To Wait 7) Windows Of Heaven Are Open 8) Praise The Lord 9) I Thank You Lord 10) 24 Hours A Day 11) Goodbye Blue 12) Goin Away Party 13) He Understands My Tears 14) Precious Lord Take My Hand 15) Jesus Loves Me 16) Upon This Rock 17) Through The Fire 18) There Is A Fountain 19) Go Rest High On That Mountain
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Studio: Spring House / EMI
Record Label Spring House / EMI
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2002
Publisher CHORDANT ACNT# 3707
Series Gaither Gospel
ISBN 0012141445 ISBN13 0617884236724 UPC 617884236724
Availability 0 units.
More About Bill Gaither & Homecoming Friends
The pages of history have been written by ordinary people who had something extraordinary to say with their lives. Bill Gaither is just such an individual… an Indiana-born kid with an insatiable love for music who grew to become an industry leader who would change the course of gospel music history through the songs he has written and through his influence as a mentor for other artists.
An avid fan of gospel quartets throughout his childhood, Bill founded his first group, The Bill Gaither Trio, in 1956, while he was a college student. He began teaching English in 1959 because his musical aspirations couldn’t support him full-time… yet. In 1962, Bill did one of the best things he has ever done. He married Gloria Sickal, who became the best writing partner Bill could have found anywhere. The couple spent the first five years of their married life juggling full-time teaching jobs, writing, singing, recording and publishing until music became their full-time career in 1967.
The collaborations of Bill and Gloria have resulted in more than 700 popular gospel songs, including the hymnal standard “Because He Lives,” “The King Is Coming,” “Something Beautiful,” “He Touched Me,” “It Is Finished,” “There’s Something About That Name,” “Let’s Just Praise The Lord,” and “Loving God, Loving Each Other.” Bill and Gloria have collectively won eight Grammy Awards and more than a dozen nominations, and they have received more than two dozen Dove Awards from The Gospel Music Association, earning the title of Gospel Music Association’s “Songwriter of the Year” eight times.
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Reviews - What do customers think about New Orleans Homecoming?
He does it again... May 6, 2002
Bill Gaither probably had no idea what he was starting when he did his first Homecoming. Since then they've become an institution. In this latest volume in the series, he's put out one that's sure to become a classic. The songs range from a must-have arrangement of "When the Saints Go Marching In" to the bluegrass/country "Goin' Away Party" to the gospel sound of "I Thank You, Lord.""Precious Lord" is both haunting and emotional. The two highlights of the album to me are "Through The Fire" with the Crabb family (Jason Crabb sounds like a young Russ Taff) and "Go Rest High On The Mountain", written by Vince Gill. This album is a must have, especially for one who has recently lost a loved one, since several songs deal with meeting the Lord.