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When We Sing For Him Import

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  • Audio CD (Jan. 1 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00004TUW1
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Product Description

The Statlers do up gospel and country just right on these 10 tracks.

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Cash-era Statlers gospel leaves new stuff in the dust July 17 2002
By daniel dodson - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Before moving to Mercury, the Statlers owed Columbia, the label to which Johnny Cash recruited them, one more album. My recollection is that the 1969 album of gospel tunes was originally titled 'How Great Thou Art,' then later retitled 'Oh Happy Day.'
Recently, a CD entitled 'Oh Happy Day' got hopes up for fans of pre-Mercury Statlers, but it was simply a compilation of Columbia recordings, and the title song was the only one from the Columbia gospel album. Most or all of the other stuff was already available on CD.
This is the rest of the 1969 gospel album. It showcases the Statlers' unique voices and harmony like nothing since. They re-recorded many of the songs for their pair of biblically-themed albums soon after joining Mercury, but the ones I have heard indicate that they had already lost their edge.
Particularly for fans of Lew DeWitt, the original Statler Brothers tenor, this album is a must. If you've heard this version of 'How Great Thou Art,' you won't be surprised by DeWitt's highs on 'Pass Me Not,' and his own 'Just in Time.' The rest is good, too, and of particular interest is 'Less of Me,' written by Glen Campbell.
If you want the complete 1969 album, you'll have to find 'Oh Happy Day' separately, because it is not included here.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
My favorite Statler Bros. Album Aug. 13 2009
By Richard E. Hanson - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I had the original Oh Happy Day LP of this album. However, over the years, it became worn and scratched. I had also copied it to tape, but the cassette deteriorated. I found this by accident while looking for something else at Amazon. My only dissappointment is that it does not include "Oh Happy Day" that was on the originl Album. It was that song that popularized Gospel Music into the mainstream. Gospel, which evolved from spirituals but is not the same, really began with the Azuza Street Revival in LA and was given a push with Mahalia Jackson in the late 30's and 40's, but it was the Edwin Hawkins' arrangement of "Oh Happy Day" that really propelled Gospel. This is still a great album with one of the greatest Gospel singing groups performing it.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
When We Sing Feb. 25 2008
By Amy Hardee - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a great example of the Statler Brothers singing gospel- It is a joy to just listen and enjoy
Disappointing May 21 2010
By Festus - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I found this CD to be very disappointing. I appreciate listening to the harmony of the group but on this CD the high tenor part was was akin to fingernails grating on a blackboard. I enjoyed the song, Just in Time, Daddy Sang Bass and most of How Great Thou Art, but on several of the others there was too much talking rathers than singing. I Listened to the clips of the songs prior to purchase, however, those clips contained the nice harmony.
Very well pleased Jan. 19 2013
By Arnie - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Just wanted to tell you that I actually bought this for the main song that is also the name of the disc. After I listened to all of the songs I like myself more for ordering the music. Thanks for having it for me...Arnie Durham

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