Item description for The Best of the Cathedrals (Gaither Gospel) by Cathedrals, Bill Gaither & George Younce...
Overview The heart of the Cathedrals first began beating as the result of a famous friendship between the group's founders, George Younce and Glen Payne, who were inseparable friends for more than 5 decades. Though Glen has been gone for some time and the Cathedrals are no longer touring, friends, and fans still relish every memory of this much-loved group and its beloved originators. How fortunate we are to have many of their finest moments captured on video! Hosted by George Younce and Bill Gaither, The Best Of The Cathedrals bring together the very best of George and Glen during their most vibrant days and honors the brilliant 50-year legacy of the Cathedrals. This rare collection of footage not only include the Cathedrals' best performances from the Homecoming video series, but features never-before-seen performances from the Cathedrals' archives, plus an intimate interview with the Glen Payne family and, as always, lots of laughs. Spring House is pleased to bring you this special video treasure so you can now enjoy these great memories whenever you need a smile!
Community Description Bill Gaither and George Youce take a stroll down memory lane as they look back at some previous performances from the Cathedrals. Includes commentary on favorite performances, exclusive footage of the group, and a moving testimonial to the Cathedrals co-founder Glen Payne. Tracks include "This Old House," "Climbing Higher and Higher," "Movin' Up To Gloryland," and many others.
1. This Old House
2. When The Saints Go Marching In
3. Trying to Get A Glimpse
4. Life Will Be Sweeter Some Day
5. Climbing Higher and Higher
6. An Old Convention Song
7. Boundless Love
8. Roll Away Troubled River
9. Give The World A Smile
10. My Lord Will Send A Moses
11. A New Born Feeling (I've Got A)
12. The Haven Of Rest
13. The Prodigal Son
14. The Laughing Song
15. The Heavenly Parade
16. Movin' Up To Gloryland
18. Beyond The Sunset
19. He Made A Change
20. O What A Saviour
21. We Shall See Jesus
22. Sinner Saved by Grace
23. Cleanse Me
24. Thanks to Calvary (I Don't Live Here Anymore)
25. I'll Have A New Life
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Record Label Spring House Music Group
Format Best of / Color / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.58" Width: 5.36" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.23 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Nov 5, 2002
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
Series Gaither Gospel
ISBN 0012223662 ISBN13 0617884445997 UPC 617884445997
Availability 2 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 22, 2016 09:23.
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the best of the cathedrals Aug 12, 2004
When someone buys a musical DVD, one expects music. This DVD is typical Gaither -- plenty of talk which becomes tiresome on subsequent replays. This DVD focuses on George Younce -- almost to the exclusion of others. The Gaither production is choppy with one-second focuses on the performers interspersed with many focuses on his typical crowd of non-performing friends. The background is cluttered making it difficult to concentrate on the performers. This all being said, I do really like to hear George Younce sing. It's a shame Gaither inserts himself in conversations with Younce for much of the DVD. I like Gaither, too, but enough is enough.
A must-have for fans of southern gospel music! May 10, 2003
For years, the Cathedral Quartet defined the genre of the male quartet in southern gospel music. This compilation of music spans several decades and various incarnations of the Cathedrals. With humor and poignant reflection, Bill Gaither and George Younce lend insight to several songs that made listening to the Cathedrals' music a joy. At the heart of the group was the relationship of George and late lead singer Glen Payne. The love these men had for each other coupled with their desire to glorify God through their music really comes through on this DVD. It would be a welcome addition to the collection of any gospel music fan.