An interesting song from Carol Cymbala’s world famous Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. Give the song some time to develop; by the end, with the full choir singing full bore, it’s pretty powerful.
- I Never Lost My Praise 6:59
Carol and her husband are the pastors at Brooklyn Tabernacle, a dead/dying church of about 20 members that they took over in the early ’70s.
“In the mid-1970s, Carol began the choir with a group of nine people that began to grow and soon became a vital part of the worship services of The Brooklyn Tabernacle. Always sensitive in trying to select songs that would glorify the Lord, Carol searched continually for appropriate material for the choir. It was just a matter of time before she began to write songs herself, though she had no formal training in music.”
“Today The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir comprises 270 voices representing people from all walks of life. Carol has written hundreds of songs, 80+ of them recorded throughout her 28-album recording history. Her songs have been translated into many languages, carrying the choir’s sound and the gospel message to people all over the world. The choir’s work under Carol’s direction has won five Dove Awards and six Grammy Awards. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir has been featured at concerts at Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, and Carnegie Hall.”