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For the Beauty of the Earth

Label: Bradley Sowash Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Glory, Glory, Hallelujah 2. Doxology 3. For the Beauty of the Earth 4. Shall We Gather By The River 5. Standin’ In The Need of Prayer 6. Just As I Am/Sanctus 7. By and By 8. This Little Light of Mine 9. Go Down Moses 10. The Ash Grove Bonus Tracks: 11. Take It On Faith 12. America 13. Steps to the Soul 14. Amazing Grace

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Bradley Sowash: For The Beauty Of The Earth

Read "For The Beauty Of The Earth" reviewed by Mark Sabbatini

If there's a prototypical album for Starbucks to play on Sunday mornings, this is it. Whether that's a good or bad thing will ultimately shape opinions about Bradley Sowash's For The Beauty Of The Earth. He performs the fourteen solo piano hymns and spirituals well with a sprinkling of personal accents and a lively contemporary sound, ...

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Bradley Sowash: For the Beauty of the Earth

Read "For the Beauty of the Earth" reviewed by David Rickert

Jazz has always had a close tie to religion, from its roots in gospel music and spirituals to the divine musical quests of Coltrane and the Sacred Concerts of Ellington. However, few artists have mined the hymnal directly for source material, and fewer still have then recorded albums that have reflection and meditation as their key ...


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