Gaither Vocal Band - Happy Rhythm

Published Tuesday 29th November 2016
Gaither Vocal Band - Happy Rhythm
Gaither Vocal Band - Happy Rhythm

STYLE: Southern Gospel
RATING 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
LABEL: Gaither Music Group SHDVD9129
FORMAT: DVD Music video
RELEASE DATE: 2015-03-17
RRP: £10.00

Reviewed by Dave Brassington

We open here with the catchy Gaither favourite "Love Is Like A River". The Mosie Lister classic "Til The Storm Passes By" evokes a strong performance from the new lineup and this is followed by the project's first guests, The Martins who contribute a fun, acapella version of Randy Stonehill's "Shut De Do", which causes much merriment as Bill struggles to keep up! "Get On Board" from The Isaacs is a real foot stomper then Adam Crabb leads the group on simply the most wonderful country piece Bill Gaither has ever come up with, "Somewhere Between Jesus And John Wayne!" Buddy Greene performs the ancient and very beautiful "How Can I Keep From Singing" simply with his guitar, before he leads several artists in the lively "Jesus Is A Rock" in which he is now also let loose on his familiar harmonica. The DVD concludes with some very fine reflective pieces, "We Are Coming Home At Last", "I Surrender All" and "The Night Before Easter". A really good 90 minutes of great Christian truths and reflections.

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Product Description
One of the most celebrated artists in Christian music, the legendary Gaither Vocal Band delivers an all-new DVD recording featuring group members Bill Gaither, David Phelps, Wes Hampton, Adam Crabb and Todd Suttles.

Recorded in an intimate, rustic setting just south of Nashville, the video includes interview footage with the group as well as guest performances by The Martins, The Isaacs and Buddy Greene.

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