HOW GREAT THOU ART by Elvis Presley

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How great thou art by elvis presley

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by Elvis Presley 

List of Songs:

 1. How Great Thou Art  
 2. In The Garden  
 3. Somebody Bigger Than You And I 
 4. Farther Along    
 5. Stand By Me  
 6. Without Him   
 7. So High    
 8. Where Could I Go But To The Lord  
 9. By And By  
10. If The Lord Wasn't Walking By My Side   
11. Run On    
12. Where No One Stands Alone    
13. Crying In The Chapel (2007 Remaster)  
14. You'll Never Walk Alone    
15. We Call On Him   
16. Who Am I?     

Product Details:
Style: Rock 'n' Roll
Release Year: 2008
Artist: Elvis Presley 
Playing Time: 43 min.
Contributing Artists: The Jordanaires
Producers: Elvis Presley, Felton Jarvis, Ernst Mikael Jorgensen (Compilation)
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo

UPC: 886972267227
Artist: Elvis Presley
Format: CD
Release Year: 2008
Record Label: BMG/Elvis
Genre: Oldies, Rock 'N' Roll


Album Notes:
Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals); The Jordanaires (vocals, background vocals); The Imperials Quartet (background vocals).Recording information: 10/31/1960-02/22/1969.Arranger: Elvis Presley.Elvis Presley won three Grammy awards during his lifetime, all for his gospel performances. The 1967 album HOW GREAT THOU ART, a collection of fourteen sacred songs drawn largely from the standards of the genre, was his third gospel recording and his first Grammy winner. While Presley's previous gospel album, 1960's HIS HAND IN MINE, stayed within the vocal quartet tradition Presley had loved as a child, HOW GREAT THOU ART places greater emphasis on Elvis' solo voice, framed by a larger church choir.Friends and musical associates often remarked that Presley was happiest when singing gospel music. HOW GREAT THOU ART supports their claims; throughout the album, Presley sounds completely at ease with the material. The King's versatility serves him well here, as the material ranges from footstompers ("By and By") to sweet ballads ("Crying in the Chapel," "In the Garden") to the near-operatic title track and a similarly dramatic reading of "Where No One Stands Alone." The final track, "Peace In The Valley," was recorded for a 1957 gospel EP of the same title.