A collection of new recordings of well-known Southern Gospel classics and hymns.
The Sweetest Song I Know
Just As I Am
You Must Make Up Your Mind
Come In The Prayer Room
Over The Moon
No One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus
Jesus Paid It All / There Is A Fountain
When God Dips His Love In My Heart
It Is Well With My Soul
City Coming Down
In The Garden
Release Date: May 10, 2019.
MASTER’S VOICE - Vintage
Master’s Voice is once again using their talents to create music with a message on “Vintage,” a collection of new recordings of well-known Southern Gospel classics and hymns. On this album, Master’s Voice has brought their own style to familiar songs, while still honoring the roots from which they came. It will resonate with listeners of all ages as it shares poignant messages of the Gospel.
The album begins with “The Sweetest Song I Know,” an upbeat Southern Gospel song about the classic hymn “Amazing Grace” and how that song provides comfort for those who trust in God’s grace. “The Sweetest Song I Know” says, “I’ve heard them sing the modern songs and songs of long ago, but ‘Amazing Grace,’ how sweet the sound, is the sweetest song I know.”
“Vintage” also features several hymns, like “Just As I Am,” “Jesus Paid It All/There Is A Fountain,” “It Is Well With My Soul” and “In The Garden.” Each is a timeless song that shares the Gospel’s life-changing message.
“I Thirst,” a Cathedral Quartet song, and “When God Dips His Love In My Heart” by Cleavant Derricks are two classic quartet songs Master’s Voice adds their signature sound to on this collection with themes of recognizing God’s goodness in life. Other tracks include, “You Must Make Up Your Mind,” “Come In The Prayer Room,” “Over The Moon,” “No One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus” and “City Coming Down.”
Ricky Capps, tenor singer and founder of Master’s Voice, says, “It seems as though we are on an endless quest searching for new songs. But sometimes, an old classic fits exactly what the situation calls for. We were also drawn toward the classical style these songs were originally sung in. It just didn’t ‘feel’ right to venture too far from the retro style.”