Today we have a beautiful acapella contemporary Christian song with the same beautiful sound as Take 6. College acapella groups could take a cue from this group and learn that great acapella is not about a bunch of people trying to emulate an entire percussion section, but in tight, beautifully crafted, intricate, close harmonies expertly … Read more and listen I Live For You
The Mississippi Mass Choir is arguably the best of all the big, professional, mass choirs out there. In 1988, after wrestling with the idea of forming a mass choir for many years, Frank Williams, a member of The Jackson Southernaires and an executive in the gospel music division of Malaco Records, decided to form The … Read more and listen There Is None Like Him
So here’s another song from Minister Keith Pringle. This song never fails to catch my attention; the rhythm is ear catching (you can’t miss the cow bell in the percussion section!), the tune unique, and the lyrics require a little thought, but for me it all adds up to a great song. I always seem … Read more and listen Let Us Not Be Weary
Tighten your seat belt and hold on, because we have a fast paced, hand clappin’, foot stompin’ traditional gem today. This is from one of the big artists of the 80’s, Minister Keith Pringle and The Pentecostal Community Choir.
If you’re ever having a bad day and you feel a bit down, take a listen to this song and it might help you feel a bit better. The lyrics are not that of your average garden variety gospel song, but they seems work with the contemporary feel of the song. “Sometimes I’m crippled by … Read more and listen Things Will Be Better
I often come up with ideas for songs to post on the blog while listening to my iPod while walking my dog in the early morning. I hadn’t heard this song in a LONG time and the lyrics really hit me in the face because they seemed so relevant and I could only shake my … Read more and listen Heaven Knows
This is the Real Deal. (I’m pretty sure that’s NOT Clapton on guitar, but the style fits the song perfectly.)