Rising Hope - Where The Songs Come From

Rising Hope - Where The Songs Come From

STYLE: Jesus Music
RATING Not Rated
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: 12 inch vinyl Album

Reader Comments

Posted by Janet Rhoades in Plano @ 03:49 on Aug 1 2018

I still sing the song"The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear, whom shall I fear.." The song has meant so much to me all these years. Saw you all at Rock River Christian camp and in Cincinnati. Still have your groups LP's and Cassettes. Miss your group. Can't wait to sing with you all in heaven.

Posted by Rick in Wisconsin @ 06:53 on Nov 9 2011

desperately looking for a copy of farewell to The Shadowlands.

Posted by Jeff Harper in Findlay OH @ 15:30 on Sep 27 2008

I first met you and RH at Lake Aurora Christian Assembly in Lake Wales FL, (church camp). Later, we intersected again at Milligan College , TN (I was there '74 - '78). Here's a memory for you...after a concert at Milligan, you guys came up to my dorm room, and we copied both "The Game" and "The Forest". I still have that cassette in perfect condition, with Michael's (or maybe Susan - it looks like her writing) on the label. Was saddened to learn they later divorced.
At lake aurora, after I had purchased "farewell to the shadowlands" you told me that there was an error on the album, and if I listenede very intently with headphones, I'd hear it. Ok...34 years later I give up! I've listened to the album too many times to count. Do you recall what the error you were referring to was?
Thanks for your ministry!

Posted by Ross Johnson in Cincinnati, Ohio USA @ 04:19 on Nov 29 2006

I am an original part of Rising Hope, worked with the group from its inception in 1972 through its end in 1984.
I can provide other info to you about the group if you are interested.

Reply by Sam in Philadelphia @ 20:07 on Sep 22 2008

I met you when you spent a week at Pine Haven Christian Assembly in Minnesota. I have great memories. I recently found my copy of Where The Songs Came From. Love it.

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Reply by Paul in CA @ 20:41 on Mar 21 2007

I would be interested in getting a copy of their 2nd album. Is it available somewhere?

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