Item description for Gospel Superstars; Live from Atlanta by Various Artists...
Overview 1. He Can Change Your Day 2. Mary Did You Know 3. Have Your Way 4. Fix It Jesus 5. Bridge Over Troubled Water 6. God Got It 7. How I Depend on You 8. Up Where We Belong 9. No No No 10. I'm in Your Care 11. Miracle 12. Because You Loved Me 13. I Can't Give Up, Pt. 1 14. I Can't Give Up, Pt. 2
Community Description Filmed live in Atlanta, this inspirational event hosted by comedian Anthony Anderson (Barbershop, Hustle & Flow) features the cast of the movie The Gospel, an entourage of gospel superstars and a collection of exclusive interviews. Performers include Mary Mary, Kelly Price, KiKi Sheard, Micah Stampley, Martha Munizzi, Grammy Award nominee Deitrick Haddon and two-time Grammy Award winner Hezekiah Walker.
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Actors: Various Artists
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Compilation, DVD, NTSC
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: Mcg Records
Record Label MCG Records
Format Closed-captioned / Color / Compilation /
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.27" Width: 6.79" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.19 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Feb 1, 2007
Publisher CENTRAL SOUTH DISTRIBUTION
ISBN 0012413488 ISBN13 0647867704995 UPC 647867704995
Availability 0 units.
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I LIKE IT Jun 17, 2008
A little something from The Williams Brothers, Canton Spirituals, Lee Williams and Slim & The Supreme Angels. Four of my favorite groups today in the quartette field. Harvey, as usual, knows how to hook an audience when he does 'I'm In Your Care,' Williams Brothers do a nice rendition of 'Up Where We Belong,' Supreme Angels give us 'Miracle,' and Lee Williams sings a song about the hills we've already come over. Christianaires and Hip Boot Slim are on here too. But, they don't impress me like the aforementioned groups. Disc is only an hour. Still, it's an hour well spent.