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Friday 21st April 2006

Live worship album recorded at Houston's Second Baptist Church.

THE LEAD singer with hit making folk pop team Caedmon's Call, Cliff Young, makes a special appearance on the album 'Echoes Around The World: Second Baptist Church' by the Eleven Eleven Band. The album emanates from Houston's Second Baptist Church, the 40,000 strong fellowship of which Young is a member. The project includes driving rock versions of "How Great Thou Art" and a cover of Charlie Hall's "Chasing".  CR

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Posted by David Reynold in Houston, Texas @ 04:02 on Sep 28 2006

The Eleven Eleven group has done about five albums, all of which are excellent. The current lead singer is Sara Welch and she has the most captivating and beautiful voice that I have ever heard.

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