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21. Steven Curtis Chapman: Greatest
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22. Lifeline
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23. Walela
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24. 20th Century Masters - The Millennium
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25. Amazing Grace, Vol. 2: A Country
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26. Farewell Concert
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27. Souls' Chapel
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28. All-Time Greatest Hymns
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29. Good Old Country Gospel
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30. White Mansions/The Legend of Jesse
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31. Tennessee Ernie Ford - Greatest
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32. Sings 22 Favorite Hymns
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33. He Lives in Me
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35. Vintage Collections Series
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36. Today's Gospel Favorites
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21. Steven Curtis Chapman: Greatest Hits
by Sparrow / Emd
Audio CD (21 October, 1997)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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In 10 years, Steven Curtis Chapman has charted 26 No. 1 hits, three Grammy Awards, and 32 Dove Awards (Christian music's equivalent of the Grammys). This release offers some of Chapman's best work in addition to two newer singles, "Not Home Yet" and "I Am Found in You," and rerecordings of "Lord of the Dance" and "The Walk," from the brilliant Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Great way to get introduced to SCC
I really like Steven Curtis Chapman's songs.The music is very good guitar-driven rhythms and the lyrics are great.This Greatest Hits cd captures the best songs from the first half of his career (First Hand to Signs of Life).I wish it would have included "Let Us Pray" and "I Will Not Go Quietly", but other than that I found it to be a wonderful way to hear a lot of his songs.This CD is a great place to start you SCC collection; I'm sure Greatest Hits 2 is in the working to gather songs from his latest cds (Speechless, Declaration, All About Love, and All Things New).Now go out and get it!(I would have given it 4.5 stars but amazon does not allow that yet!)

5-0 out of 5 stars the best of the early years
This collection contains some of the strongest songs of Steven Curtis Chapman's early career, and serves as a launching pad for all the albums to come.He has grown in strength and confidence over the years, and this album singles out those tracks that have captured him at his peak through each stage.
4-0 out of 5 stars Good Man
While, I'm not a "marching in line" conventional, conservative type Christian, I can appreciate Steven's heartfelt melodies and searching lyrics.In some of his lyrics I find an innocence that is refreshing, refreshing in this day and age when a lot of people assume they KNOW all the answers.He is less arrogant than some of the other contemporary Christian singers. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Adult Contemporary    2. CCM    3. Christian    4. Contemporary Christian Music    5. Country Gospel    6. Inspirational    7. Pop    8. Pop/Rock    9. Religious / Contemp. Christian    10. Soft Rock   


22. Lifeline
by Flariella Records
Audio CD (02 November, 2004)
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Asin: B0002ZUIJG
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Although there's only one new original on Iris DeMent's first release in eight years, the music throughout ranks with the most personal she has made. DeMent's quavering vocals invest this collection of traditional spirituals with an unwavering conviction. "This is my story," she sings on "Blessed Assurance," written more than 130 years ago. "This is my song." In her liner notes, the Arkansas-raised artist explains how these were the first songs she remembers hearing, and that this music has always provided comfort during hard times, a comfort that isn't necessarily (or at least not narrowly) religious. On "Sweet Hour of Prayer" and "God Walks the Dark Hills," DeMent accompanies herself on stately solo piano, and the emotion is as pure as the arrangement is unadorned. On other tracks, DeMent and co-producer Jim Rooney enlist homespun support from kindred spirits such as guitarists Mark Howard and Bo Ramsey and a call-and-response chorus of harmonizers including Stuart Duncan. The self-penned composition, "He Reached Down," is a folkish recasting of the Biblical "Good Samaritan" parable. Even listeners who don't share the faith expressed in these songs will have trouble resisting the unflinching intimacy of the performances. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars LIfeline
I sent this to my sister during the last days of her fight against breast cancer.She had mentioned how old time hymns "The ones you know the words to" brought her a lot of comfort.
5-0 out of 5 stars As close as I'll get to having my Mom and Grandma back again
Nobody who knows me will ever describe me as "religious," but I grew up in a family that was off-and-on "church," in the old-time-religion way.My mother and _her_ mother sang constantly as they did housework, and their repertoire was mostly hymns and gospel songs.Many of them are on this CD, and DeMent's rough, untutored voice isn't unlike what I grew up hearing.
2-0 out of 5 stars Ewwww
I understand that Iris DeMent has a very strong fan base and that this review will likely ruffle a few feathers, but...Ewww!I am sorry, but I just don't get it.I find her voice grating and somewhat irritating.The album itself has many songs that would otherwise be quite lovely, but with her vocals I just can not get into it. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Country Gospel    2. Folk    3. Folk & Traditional    4. Hymns    5. Pop    6. Southern Gospel    7. Traditional Gospel   


23. Walela
by Triloka Records
Audio CD (19 February, 2002)
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Asin: B00005UKMA
Sales Rank: 4892
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Great CD
This is the only place I've been able to find all of these CDs.The order was processed promptly and shipped right away.

5-0 out of 5 stars Spiritual, Uplifting!
I discovered Walela while working to overcome a dehabilitating disease.I was taking a dance class focused on low-impact, healing exercise.The class instructor chose Walela because she found it to be such inspriring, spiritual, and healing music. I have to agree!Cherokee Morning Song is my absolute favorite! This is soothing music with a smooth, rolling, rhythmic feel.
5-0 out of 5 stars Haunting and beautiful
I have no words to express the joy and beauty this music has brought to me. Thank you Rita, Laura and Priscilla. You ladies rock.
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Subjects:  1. Country Gospel    2. Country-Folk    3. Ethnic Fusion    4. Int'l & World Music    5. International Folk    6. Native American    7. New Age    8. Pop    9. Singer/Songwriter    10. United States of America    11. World Music   


24. 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of the Oak Ridge Boys
by Mca Nashville
Audio CD (15 August, 2000)
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Asin: B00004WFHX
Sales Rank: 6595
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Good intro, but
The first 5 songs are top 10 hits +, but after that I went to fast forward.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
My parents listen to these good old boys and I grew up listening to them and my children are now listening to them. I went to a concert at the Ross Ragland in Klamath Falls,Or and I loved the bass he is so low you can feel it in your seat. All are cute too! Great albums

2-0 out of 5 stars Elvira is cut short!!!!!!!!!!
The very end of the song where Richard hits the "bottom of the barrel" with his amazing vocal chords...is totally cut out!What a scam!I used to listen to this song as a kid and I feel I've been betrayed!! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Close Harmony    2. Country    3. Country & Western    4. Country Gospel    5. Country-Pop    6. Pop   


25. Amazing Grace, Vol. 2: A Country Salute to Gospel
by Sparrow / Emd
Audio CD (07 October, 1997)
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Asin: B000000V5E
Sales Rank: 6018
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Not Too Bad,
The Fisrt cd is alot better than this one, but this one is still okay. I only Liked one song on this disc and it is. Track 4. Will The Circle Be Unbroken/I'll Fly Away/ Jesus Loves Me. Don't get me wrong the music is beautiful, but i think the first one is alot better.

5-0 out of 5 stars Definately A Keeper CD
Awesome.... Again! Power In The Blood, such a blessing! I've had this cd since the release date... Still one I play often!

5-0 out of 5 stars My personal favorite
A beautiful CD, and my personal favorite.This CD was a tremendous comfort to me and my family after the loss of my brother.We had selections played at his services that held special meaning for us, and made his passing easier to accept.Beautiful, Soothing, Comforting, Worshipful. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. CCM    3. Contemporary Bluegrass    4. Contemporary Country    5. Country    6. Country Collections    7. Country Gospel    8. Fusion    9. Gospel/Christian Music    10. Pop    11. Post-Bop    12. Progressive Bluegrass    13. Progressive Country    14. Religious / Contemp. Christian    15. Singer/Songwriter    16. Traditional Bluegrass   


26. Farewell Concert
by Yell Records
Audio CD (20 May, 2003)
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Sales Rank: 17239
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Statlers Will Be Eternally Awesome !!
As a child of the 70's, I grew up listening to the Statler Brothers. The catchy songs, the beautiful harmonies, the comedic bits in their shows, these are the ingredients of musical immortality. I talked my wife into seeing them live in 1996, she was leery of going because it was country music, which she is not crazy about, and she was not quite sure that she had ever heard of them. It was mostly an older crowd and the opening act was not good. Another strike was that she was 8 months pregnant and it was June. When they came out on stage, the entire building just absolutely came alive. The look of shock and disbelief that was on her face when she saw how the audience responded to them just walking on stage was priceless. It did not take the Statlers very long to win her over. By the third song, she thought that they were VERY GOOD and VERY FUNNY. Two years later they came back to town and I certainly did not have to convince her to go to their show.
4-0 out of 5 stars Statler brothers
CD ,S of the statler brothers were great.Cases were cracked quite badly but had no effect on cd performance.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unforgettable farewell performance you're sure to enjoy
For my money they were one of the most important acts in American popular music in the 20th century.The Statler Brothers would rank right up there with the Mills Brothers, Ol' Blue Eyes, Elvis and Bing.After all, they were a fixture on the country music charts for more than a quarter century.They hosted a highly successful variety show on the Nashville network for seven years.And audiences flocked to see them perform for nearly four decades.And like the Mills Brothers before them the Statlers had their own inimitable sound.
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Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country Gospel    3. Country-Pop    4. Pop    5. Traditional Country   


27. Souls' Chapel
by Universal South
Audio CD (30 August, 2005)
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Asin: B000AA7I14
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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In the grand tradition of the late Roebuck "Pops" Staples--patriarch of the Staple Singers, whose influence permeates this project--Marty Stuart's selection of classic and original spirituals is also his bluesiest release to date. Stuart's guitar carries the familiar Delta sting of his native Mississippi, as the harmony-laden choruses soar toward heaven. A revival of Staples's "Somebody Saved Me" sets the album-opening tone, while a duet with Mavis Staples on her father's "Move Along Train" provides the climactic epiphany. The vocal support of bandmate Harry Stinson--a drummer known as one of Nashville's finest high harmony singers--and the bedrock B-3 organ of Barry Beckett contribute to the music's saving grace. On "Way Down," Stuart sets an inspirational lyric to an insistent guitar progression that blues fans will recognize as "Baby, Please Don't Go," while "I Can't Even Walk (Without Holding Your Hand)" sounds like a timeless country waltz. Even those who don't share the faith will find it tough to resist the power and emotional purity of this music. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars If this isn't a revival then you're too far gone!
This is easily one of the best albums of 2005 and, in my opinion, the greatest of Marty's Career. Even if you're not a fan of gospel music there is enough tone, taste, harmony, and all around superb musicianship here to keep this in heavy rotation. If you get a chance go see Marty and the Fabulous Superlatives live as they will rock and revive you both all in spectacular Superlatone! Thank God for Marty!

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent as always
marty stuart is just brillant, this cd is very moveing.
5-0 out of 5 stars In the top 5 of cd of 2005
It's got it all cool tele's and Gretsch guitars,amazing harmonies, Great production and very very good songs and if you listen to the words the key to Eternal life JESUS!!!!! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Bluegrass    2. Contemporary Country    3. Country    4. Country Gospel    5. Country-Rock    6. New Traditionalist    7. Pop    8. Traditional Bluegrass    9. United States of America   


28. All-Time Greatest Hymns
by Curb Records
Audio CD (20 June, 1990)
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Asin: B000000CU5
Sales Rank: 16527
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars great listening
This CD was all that I expected and hoped it would be. It has the wonderful acapella gospel songs that Ernie finished his shows with,great listening.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great collection from a beloved artist!
My family has enjoyed the pea picker for many years.I once wrote him a letter.He kindly sent an autographed photo.Sadly, six weeks later he died.This album is a wonderful sampler of the incredible work he did with these beloved hymns. There is an interesting story.My niece sometimes gave my grandmother a ride to church.One time I let them take this album.(My copy is on cassette.)Grandma sang along!A few years later I was asked to write some words for her funeral.I ended the piece by saying that they were probably singing together up in heaven.Curb often puts together collections that mostly cover old ground.Occasionally some rarer songs will pop up.Ironically, there were various collections of these songs, even during Mr. Ford's lifetime.To complicate things even further, he often recut certain songs. I own many of the original vinyl albums, including those used in this collection.Tracks #1, 2, 3, and 5 came from his 1956 album Hymns.Tracks # 4, 6, 7, 10, 11, and 13 are from the 1960 album Sing A Hymn With Me.This is my personal favorite.It, along with the Sing A Spiritual With Me album (also 1960), would get a great double CD. Track # 8 is from his I Love To Tell The Story album, from his ABC series.Tracks # 9 and 14 are from the Nearer the Cross album.Track # 12 is from The Faith Of Our Fathers album.As noted earlier, the tracks from "Sing A Hymn With Me" are my favorite cuts here.But the entire collection is very good.Like many country singers, Mr. Ford had to fight for these songs on his programs.Yet they were quite popular.Like the late Jimmie Davis and Cristy Lane, Mr. Ford's often better known for his religious recordings.This album is a great introduction.Now if we could just get more of the original albums released on CD!Use the original photos too!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Performances
The 1st CD of Mr. Ford's that I purchased was entitled Amazing Grace: 40 Treasured Hymns -- a year later and I still frequently pop that magnificent collection of hymns into the drive.I HAD to have more -- so I purchased 2 other Ernie hymn CDs (including this one) -- and these certainly do not disappoint.While these CDs are comprised of age-old favorite hymns, Mr. Ford's unique, flawless bass voice gives them added life.Blend Mr. Ford's pure, non-pretentious bass voice with a judicious mixture of crisp alto's and tenor's, as some of the selections do, and you are presented with truly, magnificent works of art that seem to never get old.Just drop the CD into the drive, sit back, relax, and let Mr. Ford sing you back home with this soothing collection of favorite hymns. ... Read more

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29. Good Old Country Gospel
by Umvd Special Markets
Audio CD (01 September, 1995)
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Asin: B0000047QI
Sales Rank: 3845
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Good Old Country Gospel
I was very disappointed in CD.Way to hillbilly for me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sing-A-Long
I got this collection for my husband several years ago as a cassette and he listened to it so much he finally broke the tape! I was thrilled to find it on CD to replace it, and got one for my Dad too who loves to sing along with gospel music like the Gaithers, et al. It has all the well-known favorites. If you like "O Brother, Where Art Thou," you'll love this collection. Even our 17 year old son (who prefers rock music) likes to sing along with these songs. Can someone say, "Amen!"

5-0 out of 5 stars A great compliation of country gospel.
This CD has all the country gospel songs I remember from the small churchI grew up in.I listen to a few of these songs and I'm in an upbeat moodthe rest of the day.It was difficult for me to find the CD that had abroad selection of classic gospel sung in a classic country style, but Ifinally found it in this CD. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. CCM    2. Contemporary Country    3. Country    4. Country Collections    5. Country Gospel    6. Country-Pop    7. Gospel/Christian Music    8. Honky Tonk    9. Pop    10. Traditional Country   


30. White Mansions/The Legend of Jesse James
by A&M
Audio CD (27 July, 1999)
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Asin: B00000839H
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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This double-disc reissue documents one of the more curious careers in country music. Both 1978's Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Two Magnificent and Historically Accurate Song Cycles About the American South
I accidentally ran into the cassette version of "The Story of Jesse James" probably shortly after the cassette was released. My 35 year old daughter remembers well hearing it played over and over again, when she was a child. Naturally, the tape finally wore out and I had no idea where to find another copy. I felt an unbelievable sense of loss because of this for many years, until I recently decided to search "Jesse" on Amazon.com, hoping to find that it had been re-released as a CD.
5-0 out of 5 stars A secret treasure!
I bought "The legend of Jesse James" vinyl LP in 1980 when I was 17 and was immediately struck by the solid writing, emotional narrative and excellent musicianship found on this concept album.I remember "One more shot" got some airplay on country radio stations at the time, but without the rest of the album to provide the appropriate context, the single didn't have much impact.One listen to the entire album, and it's hard not to be impressed by this collection of country/folk/rock jewels.
5-0 out of 5 stars The CD to save if your house was on fire!
White Mansions and especially The Legend of Jesse James gives me chills when I listen to it. I grew up in Clay County,Missouri right up the road from the James Farm. This music is so authentic in the style and the way the voices sound as if they are truly Missouri locals. Anybody who knows the true outlaw story of the James Boys knows this cd is so dead on it will make the hair stand up on the back of your neck. Jesse James is not just a train robber but a true southern farmer turned guerilla who just wanted his money back from the Yankee Feds. This CD has the best I believe of Waylon & Jessi, Johnny Cash and Levon Helm singing in a southern rock style that will have you swilling sweetea out of a mason jar. If you like hog callers and mules, tobacco and whiskey culture and realize the Civil War really started on the southern Frontier in Missouri, buy this you will play it for years!!! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Adult Contemporary    2. Album Rock    3. Blues-Rock    4. British Blues    5. Contemporary Country    6. Country    7. Country & Western    8. Country Collections    9. Country Gospel    10. Country-Pop    11. Country-Rock    12. Folk-Rock    13. Hard Rock    14. Neo-Traditionalist Country    15. Outlaw Country    16. Pop    17. Pop/Rock    18. Progressive Country    19. Rock & Roll    20. Rockabilly Revival   


31. Tennessee Ernie Ford - Greatest Hits
by Curb Records
Audio CD (13 July, 1993)
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Sales Rank: 40537
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Tennessee Ernie Ford early hits
It does not even sound like Ford and the socalled hits I never heard before and I am old enough to have heard all his hits.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Songs
Lovely Cd.Excellent songs.Shame it does not have The watermelon song/one suit.Got hold of these songs recently.The watermelon song especially is excellent. VK Oxford UK

4-0 out of 5 stars My kids like it
I grew up listening to this singer's popular music (anyone out there know where to find his song "One Suit"?) but my husband didn't and he likes it too now. Some songs may be "rural" sounding but some numbers have a great sort of big band swing and a lot are just fun. His voice is surprisingly veratile and the arrangements are well done. Every song on here may not be my style but they aren't all the sometimes sappy hymn-style either. If you like his gospel songs that is no guarantee you'll like this for sure but if you just like his voice this will expand your appreciation of his abilities. And my kids really do like it. ... Read more

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32. Sings 22 Favorite Hymns
by Ranwood Records
Audio CD (27 September, 1994)
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Sales Rank: 28911
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars There when I needed it.
My mother was dying in a hospice.We needed some music to play for her while she was there.Two of her favorite hymns were on the one cd.It was hard to find that. Amazon came through with the selection, and overnited it to me.My mother passed 2 days later. I'll always be grateful for that cd.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hymns
Tennessee Ernie Ford was a very popular singer when I was a child and my parents and siblings loved to watch his TV show.He would always end the show with a hymn and I wanted to revisit those songs and the happy days of my youth.The Hymns and Ernie are as good as ever.

5-0 out of 5 stars Magnificent
I bought this CD specifically for the song "My Faith Looks Up To Thee" which is hard to find on a CD. This hymn was written in 1830 by Ray Palmer (lyrics) and put to music later by Lowell Mason, a man Palmer met on the streets of Boston.Mason took home the lyric, wrote a melody, and a few days later found Palmer and told him no matter what Palmer did for the rest of his life, he would be remembered for the hymn.
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33. He Lives in Me
by Horizon
Audio CD (21 February, 2006)
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Asin: B000E42MPI
Sales Rank: 8364
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars GOSPEL AT ITS FINEST!
DOYLE LAWSON'S CURRENT EDITION OF QUICKSILVER IS ONE OF THE BEST, AND CONSIDERING THE NUMBER OF STELLER MUSICIAN WHO HAVE PASSED THROUGH HIS BANDS THIS IS REALLY AN ACCOMPLISHMENT.
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Subjects:  1. Bluegrass-Gospel    2. Contemporary Bluegrass    3. Country Gospel    4. Gospel    5. Pop    6. Southern Gospel    7. United States of America   


34. Rise and Shine
by Word Entertainment
Audio CD (15 October, 2002)
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Asin: B00006LERX
Sales Rank: 13262
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars MORE THAN GOSPEL
Remembering some of Randy Travis's past hits, among others, like "On The Other Hand," "The Box," and "Before You Kill Us All," a fellow Travis fan was perplexed by RISE AND SHINE. "What's all this religious stuff?" was the inevitable question.As I considered it I had to conclude that with this album we are perhaps seeing the Randy Travis that Travis has wanted to project all along.In a world that cries foul every time someone dares to express Christian beliefs, whether it be wanting to pray in schools, to publicly display the Ten Commandments, or to produce a country album devoid of the usual themes, Travis's work here comes, in my opinion, as an emphatic statement that he and his beliefs will not be suppressed.
5-0 out of 5 stars Great musical variety with songs from the heart
My sister had bought both this CD by Randy Travis with Inspirational Journey. I had not paid much attention to them then, but with my new found interest in the country realm, I listened more closely.
5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome CD
I have always love Randy Travis's music.I heard 3 Wooden Crosses and several other songs on the CD and knew I wanted to buy when I had the chance.I am anxiously waiting for it to arrive.Read more

Subjects:  1. CCM    2. Country    3. Country & Western    4. Country Gospel    5. Neo-Traditionalist Country    6. New Traditionalist    7. Pop    8. Southern Gospel   


35. Vintage Collections Series
by EMI Special Markets
Audio CD (11 March, 1997)
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Asin: B000002SW6
Sales Rank: 3180
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Great voice.
He has great voice, fine songs.
2-0 out of 5 stars At least it's got "16 Tons"
I didn't know much about Tennessee Ernie Ford, besides "16 Tons," but figured that alone was enough to give this CD a chance.It is a good value, and has a nice mix of songs.Unfortunately, I must say very few besides "16 Tons" interested me.By and large, the songs are overly produced, and lack soul.Ford has a great voice, and a few other songs are worth listening (like "Milk 'em in the Morning Blues").The album does what it claims to do, give you an inclusive collection of Ford's output, and if you like Ford, it probably won't dissapoint.But this CD left me cold.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great from beginning to end!
I always loved "Sixteen Tons", but I never knew any of Tennessee Ernie Ford's other songs.This collection, which is in chronological order, was terrific from beginnning to end, with lots of singable songs andexcellent recording quality.Some of my favorites were "Milk 'em inthe Morning Blues", "Country Junction", "I'll Never BeFree", "Hey Mr. Cotton-Picker" and, of course, "SixteenTons", but most of the other songs are very good, also.This CD isalso a great value -- lots of songs for the price. ... Read more

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36. Today's Gospel Favorites
by Mercury Nashville
Audio CD (22 June, 1993)
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Asin: B000001DYW
Sales Rank: 33713
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great gospel by great group
Great gospel album, plain and simple.The four-part harmonies of the Statler Brothers were never better, and this is the kind of music that makes them shine.I must disagree with those who lament the addition of Jimmy Fortune.While I liked the earlier work with tenor Lew DeWitt, I think Jimmy's voice is fantastic and the group's sound, though a little different, is every bit as good.These are all simple, down-to-earth gospel numbers--all good, with my favorite being the live version of "I'll Fly Away", which has a unique change of key in the middle and enough energy to send you off for the remainder of the day.Good stuff!

5-0 out of 5 stars A History in Harmony-35 years of the Statler Bro's.
I first feel obliged to say that I have not yet purchased this particular album,however I have been listening for many years on various other albums.One thing is for certain, when someone down here plays this record (or other's with songs such as these), Our Savior, with a joyful heart and great big smile, is sure to be listening as well.Among the most impressive attribute's of this phenomenal foursome, is there honesty and integrity.For over 35 years they've shared the stage with one another and, whilehaving need to replace only one of the original member's, the great counter tenor, Mr. Lew DeWitt, who took his last flight home some years back.Even with this vast expanse of time, through it all, there has been precisely nothing to cast a even the faintest of shadow's on themselves both as a group as well as in their own individual lives, their families or their music.As the mellenium was drawing closer and is now steadily on it's way, listeners of everything from the inspiration and hope of Christian & Gospel music, to the overwhelming anger and bitterness of Gangster Rap & Hip-Hop, are finding all too often that even though certain performer's are able to look and act with seeming sincerity the part on stage, the moment they step off, they become virtually unrecognizable.The Statler Brothers on the other hand, along with many other performers from that period, are who they areby the grace of God and nothing more, Sharing with others their simple secret, making no exceptions, changing nothing based on their surroundings or those who incessantly lurk about trying to .There can only be one conclusion when asking how they do it, and that is through their faith and trust in Christ.This faith and trust, coming from God the Father automatically lends itself to the trongly detected in nearly every song they've let the values instilled be Christ toanyone would say that.To end this review, allow me to just present a list of undisputible facts.1)The Stat. Bro's have been working, virtually non-stop for better than 35 years.2)Their has never been a member leave the group for any reason other than death.3)The harmonies they produced in 1965, '68, '71, etc., are today just as crisp and beautiful, perhaps even more so.4)Through the songs that Don & Harold Ried, and the other charter member Phil Balsley the world has taken posession of some it's most uplifting, tear-jerking and very often side-splittingly funny assets.In short, their is not, and will probably never be a vocal musical group, in any genre to have what these gentlemen have or do what theses gentlemen have done, and certainly not with the grace, style and integrity with which they've done it.This marvelous quartet, in late 2002, took the stage and grabbed their mic's for last time.I was never afforded the opportunity to see them live, but I will most assuradely continue to listen to their records, CD's, cassettes and maybe even an 8-track or two (this is a large, rectangular cartridge, made in much the same way cassettes and used for the same purpose), and maybe, if we all ask really nicely, after they've rested a bit they will again take their place up front to sarenade us once again.Until then, I guess we'll just have to count the flowers on the wall.My recomendation for this album "Todays Gospel Favorites" is that it's nothing short of must-have.Their other albums are quite good as well, try and get the whole collection if you can, you'll never tire of spinning them.5-0 out of 5 stars I agree with Robert
I heard Statler Brothers for the first time in 1984 "The Legend Goes On" and "Years Ago" vinil. I love it. Several years later, I bought a CD and to my surprise I heard a different harmony, it was not the harmony, it was a new voice, a new sound. I discover, I didn�t know that DeWitt was dead and a new singer cover him. I love Statler Brothers, the first and the actual group. ... Read more

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37. Passing Through
by Word Entertainment
Audio CD (09 November, 2004)
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Sales Rank: 28346
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Duh! He never left!
I give Randy lots of credit, fighting a stupid record label because they think that if he puts out a christian CD that sales will tank, well guess what 4 CD's later, I hope he puts out another one! And good riddance to the stupid record executives that tried to tell him otherwise.
5-0 out of 5 stars Passing Through
I really love the new Passing Through CD. The radio station here has been playing Angels alot There are several others songs on the CD that deserves the upmost attention.
5-0 out of 5 stars He's Back!!!
I loved this new album! It is so signature Randy Travis with a Twist of Faith mixed in. Perfect balance of the two. Not really totally country or Gospel. Great lyrics, and melodies. This takes me back to the late 80's. I sure miss those times when country music was GREAT!
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38. Love, God, Murder
Audio CD (23 May, 2000)
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Asin: B00004TB88
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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More than a few novelists and literature professors have cited the troika of love, god, and death as the basic subjects of all literary works. It just so happens that most music is about the same stuff, and Johnny Cash's music is especially so. Except in Cash's music, you can tease from the general (peculiarly American?) idea of death the more dramatic, intentional, cruel strain of murder. The distinction is crucial for Cash--and this 48-track, three-CD collection--as the struggle presented throughout this set is to understand the subject of a person's will. The will to love, the will to believe, the will to murder: each involves surrender, and most of Cash's protagonists surrender (or are so vanquished that there's no discernible difference). Barrel chested in its breadth, Cash's voice is as ideal a delivery mechanism for metaphysics as it is for the police blotter, the confessional, and the altar. As for the music, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Amazon Must Not Like This Box Set Very Much
Both of the spotlight reviews say that the music in this collection are not so hot.Who listens to country music from the '50s for Stereo?Yeah, so this may not be the best collection of Johnny Cash music, but it comes with fake tattoos.Who doesn't want fake Johnny Cash tattoos?Oh man, they're awesome.You gotta see them.I've got this cool one with a gun on my left bi-cept as I write this.I wish I could show you a picture cus I look really cool.To wrap up- if you are only interested in Johnny Cash's excellent music, you might want to look elsewhere, but if you are in it for the total Johnny Cash experience, you gotta get this set.Don't buy it used unless you can verify you will still get the tats.I wish the new Motley Crux collection came with tats.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quintessential Johnny Cash, no need for more
Look, if you are like me, you have a couple of Johnny Cash CD's kicking around inyour collection. I have both the Prison Cd's, and they are just super.However, I really didn't feel like buying 7 million of his releases to get a broad picture of JC's recordings (lets face it, JC had his first 'best of' in 1965!) so, I bought this set.This set has great packaging and the songs are just incredible and span most of his career.
4-0 out of 5 stars cash makes it all real
Unlike the rest of his greatest hits packages, this trio of discs (16 tracks each and themed neatly as Love, Murder and God) were hand-picked by Cash from across the spectrum of his all-encompassing career - from early Sun recordings in the `50s to Rick Rubin-produced comeback discs in the middle of the new country `90s. But familiarity is not an issue: no kidding, one listen to this bunch and poof! you're an instant Cash fan. There's something undeniably magical about his formula for story-telling. It's not country, it's not honky tonk, it's not rock and roll, it's something more primal, like twisted campfire songs sung/spoken by a black-clad bullfrog sitting on the fence between heaven and hell. Themes aside, the imagery of love, God and murder float through all three discs, though Murder was the first stop (don't ask why) and it's the best; packed with black-humoured tales from the Old West (Don't Take Your Guns To Town, Mister Garfield), of hangings, gun fights, prisons (Folsom Prison Blues, Austin Prison), luckless outlaws (Cocaine Blues) and merciless sheriffs, all brought to vibrant life and stamped indelibly with Cash's echoed and haunting baritone, token sound effects and spartan acoustics. The spirit of the Murder set is epitomized in Joe Bean, the tale of an ill-fated bandit who, despite his mother's best efforts at the Governor's office, is hanged on his birthday. Mid-song, Cash and a chorus break in to `Happy Birthday Joe Bean' only to be interrupted by the sound of the gallows creaking open and the audible -�gack! - of a freshly hung Bean. Try to stifle the chuckles when the bunch resume singing the birthday refrain. It's dark, twisted -�and damn funny, tongue-in-cheek violence that makes Uzi-blasting gangsta rappers sound like the Muppets. From Murder to Love, if only because it has a bevy of familiar tracks (I Walk the Line, Flesh and Blood, Ring of Fire, Oh What a Dream). While not quite as captivating a listen as Murder, it boasts the same brilliant storytelling -�bittersweet, gruesome and genuine - and unencumbered acoustic pluck, a steely guitar style so evocative of the Old West the backbeat sounds as if it's been stapled to the front end of a coal-fired express train. No surprise -�in Cash's world of Love the roses are faded, the hearts are broken and commitment is more likely to end in fiery destruction than a silver anniversary. Forget chocolates and candles. The love celebrated here is the real goods - the pain, desperation, the doom, the jealousy -�not the simpleton sonnets of undying amour espoused in new country aggrandizement. Finally, there's God. With its age-old imagery of fire, brimstone and anticipated salvation, it's a closer companion piece to Murder, a fact played out as Cash's big authoritative baritone resonates like a tent revival preacher, transforming the subject matter - this time a black and white hymn book packed with Old West spirituals - into hypnotically colourful illustrations of heavenly affirmation and Holy fire (It Was Jesus, My God Is Real, Redemption, Belshazzar, The Kneeling Drunkard's Plea). Yes, there may be more to life than love, murder and God. But in dashing his world of outlaws, heartbreak and faith with impossibly human fallibilities, contradictions and twisted consequences, Cash makes it real, so real you'll ultimately feel like celebrating the fact you're alive. ... Read more

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39. The King Of Rock 'N' Roll: The Complete 50's Masters
by Bmg / Elvis
Audio CD (23 June, 1992)
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Asin: B000002WMH
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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This five-disc set was the first release in BMG's effort to present Elvis's recorded legacy in a manner befitting the most important musical artist of his time. The strategy was simple--showcase, in chronological order, remastered versions of the King's 1950s output, from his sessions with Sam Phillips at Sun Studios (where they arguably invented the very notion of rock & roll) through his 1958 Army induction. Not everything Elvis recorded in the '50s was great (just as not everything he recorded in Hollywood was rotten), but there are dozens of tracks here that, quite simply, can make a bad day seem all that much better. Which surely still makes him the king of something. Suffice it to say this is one box set that lives up to its title. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Good music - Poor label
The songs are great, but they're not listed on the CD itself-only on the case. It's frustrating to put the disks in a multi-disk changer and not know what songs are on the disk.

5-0 out of 5 stars King lives!!!
The essential 50`s, 60`s and 70`s are something every Elvis Presley fan should have INMEDIATELY!!!!! The king will always live!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars An essential collection!
This is a comprehensive collection of Elvis' most influential work.Not every song is a classic, but there are many classics here.These are the recordings that shaped the foundation of Rock & Roll and popular music for a generation.From his early, ground breaking recordings for Sun Records to his smash 1950's hits with RCA, they are all here.Elvis at his creative peak!A must have! ... Read more

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40. The Essential Connie Smith
Audio CD (16 April, 1996)
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Sales Rank: 29095
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Greatest female country singer ever
I grew up listening to the Album entitled :Miss Smith Goes to Nashville.By Connie Smith.I am a professional musician because of music like this.We wore out many a copy of this album by playing it over and over again, all day long, day after day,for years. I'm trying to find a copy to buy right now so I can play it till the end of my years on this earth.I love Connie Smith.She's a female Faron Young vocally,in my estimation,and I loved his music just as well.He was another block in country musics' foundation. Artists like her and him built country music.I cannot say enough about this paramount star called Connie Smith.Bill Casey

5-0 out of 5 stars A stellar singer
One of the best singers ever, regardless of genre.This album contains 20 superb Connie Smith numbers, all original releases.Of course, there are always a few songs that could have been included, but others would argue that these suffice.In any case, this is a great selection with great sound.Included here are:"Ribbon of Darkness", "The Hurtin's All Over", and "Then and Only Then".Of course, "Once A Day" and "Cincinnatti" are also here.While Connie's voice is outstanding, it is also noteworthy to see that many of these songs are penned by none other than Bill Anderson.A classy album from a classy Lady.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow! Excellent music! :)
Connie Smith has a fantastic voice and I could listen to this CD all day...I would reccommend this CD to anyone who likes country music. My favorites are "Once a Day", "If I Talk To Him", and "Cincinati, Ohio." ... Read more

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