Diverse collection of excellent traditional and new Gospel music delivered with incredible vocal excitement and dynamic arrangements.
He Saw Me
Another One Like Him
Love Goes A Mighty Long Way
One Day Longer
Yes He Did Yes He Does Yes He Will
Without You I Haven't Got A Prayer
More Than Enough
Sowing The Good Seed
Do What Jesus Did
Burdens Are Lifted At Calvary
Where My Savior Is
Lift Up Your Hands When You Can't
Release Date: July 14, 2017.
MASTER'S VOICE - Walk Worthy
"Walk Worthy" is both the title of the sophomore release by Master's Voice and an accurate
description of this Christian quartet's mission. They are devoted to excellence and understand
that this "music with a message" requires the utmost professionalism, commitment, doctrinal
soundness and passion. Ricky Capps (owner and tenor) has formed one of the best lineups in the
genre. Together with T.J. Evans (lead), Stan Watson (baritone), Jerry Pilgrim (bass) and Theron
Perry (musician), they have a new recording filled with a diverse collection of excellent
traditional and contemporary Gospel music. Each song is delivered with incredible vocal
excitement and dynamic arrangements that mark Master's Voice as a premiere Gospel group.
On the album's first track, "He Saw Me," T.J. Evans leads this group into the album's musical
journey with the message that God already knows where you are and what you will face. It does
not take Him unaware. Another standout song is the haunting "One Day Longer," sung by Ricky
Capps, about a couple dealing with the effects of Alzheimer's. Stan Watson delivers the
country-sounding "Without You I Haven't Got A Prayer," a story that reminds us that we were
meant to live life with God, because without Him, our lives can't reach their full potential.
Jerry Pilgrim fills out the album with smooth bass notes on everything from the traditional
quartet songs to the classic hymn of the church, "Burdens Are Lifted At Calvary." He delivers the
song with such emotion that it evokes the feeling of sitting in a quiet place and pouring out your
heart to Jesus.
The guys leave you with an anthem of encouragement in "Lift Up Your Hands When You Can't."
This song speaks to those times when you want to worship the One who can bring you through
any trial, but you cannot find the strength inside to put the distractions behind you. As the song
says, "Let me lift up your hands when you can't."
With contributing writers like Phil Cross, Dianne Wilkinson, Rachel McCutcheon, Marty
Funderburk and more, there's no doubt that the message and the music of "Walk Worthy" will be
a must-have addition to many Christian music playlists.