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4 His Glory
Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

Rejoice, Ye Pure of Heart

It is Well with My Soul

If We Ever Needed the Lord Before

Were You There?

Let's Go On Together to the Promised Land

Illumine Me, Lord

Give Me Oil in My Lamp

A Shelter in the Time of Storm

The Breaking of the Bread

I Wouldn't Take Nothin' for My Journey Now

You Better Get You Ready

A Wonderful Time Up There

The Lord is Coming, Are You Ready?

Tenor: Greg Field Lead: Roy Eckert Baritone: Roger Blackburn Bass: John Hill

From New Jersey, 4 His Glory are a Christian quartet with roots in barbershop. Member Roger Blackburn is known for his 1973 'Barbershopping in Brass' recording, and has been principal trumpet for several professional symphonies (no trumpet on this recording though). The group's harmonic identity is vertically dominant, but they also embrace the spiritual and hymn within their stylistic convergence. Songs such as 'If We Ever Needed the Lord Before' are echoes to the rousing gospel style popularized by Thomas Dorsey, 'A Shelter In The Time of Storm' to its precursor, the evangelicals written by Ira Sankey. 'I Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now, ' is arranged by Warren Haeger, and 'A Wonderful Time Up There,' is arranged by Earl Moon. 'You Better Get You Ready,' author unknown, is a mournful plea of hope for a better day, and 4 His Glory render it simply and powerfully.

Item code: 2269C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Christian  | A Cappella | Male | United States

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