Goodman Revival may be a newly-formed trio, but each of its members is a seasoned Christian music veteran. Tanya Goodman Sykes, Michael Sykes and Johnny Minick have joined together to perform and record, capturing the musical styles and heritage that have endeared them to co... Read More
Known for their legacy as part of the legendary Happy Goodman Family, in addition to their own national awards and familiarity among the Gaither HOMECOMING family of artists, these three individuals have put their signature twist on some of gospel music’s timeless hits and Goodman classics with their recording debut, Songs In The Key Of Happy.
What A Happy Time
Eyes Of Jesus
Until You've Known
I'll Be Alright
Sweetest Song I Know
This Is Just What Heaven Means To Me
Settle The Score
Search Me Lord
Sometimes It Takes A Mountain
Who Am I
I Don't Want To Get Adjusted
I Hold A Clear Title To A Mansion
I Don't Regret A Mile
Look For Me
Wouldn't Take Nothin' For My Journey
- Product type: Music
- Format: DVD
- Release Date: Jan 20, 2015
- UPC: 617884907594
- Height: 0
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- CMTA Code: Not Available
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- Southern Gospel to Make You Happy by Jennifer on 2/2/2015
FTC disclaimer: I received a free product to evaluate in order to write this review. All opinions are my own.
This DVD of Songs in the Key of Happy is a joyful sound. Though Goodman Revival is a new group, they are rooted in the tradition of the Goodman Family. In Fact the song, This is Just What Heaven Means to Me was on an eight track that my Dad played all the time when I was growing up, and it felt like it was the same people singing, just with better sound than our old HiFi player.
One thing I really like about Southern Gospel DVDs is how you get a chance to meet the people behind the songs. Did you know Tanya Goodman Sykes works at a bank? I didn't, and it makes her seem more like a person I would know than some star. The chatting makes you feel like you're listening to stories told by old friends. The music is great. It's toe-tapping, good ole Southern Gospel and even includes guest appearances on this DVD by the Gaither Vocal Band.
With sixteen songs, this is an hour and a half of music that will make you long for That Beautiful Shore. Anyone who has enjoyed the Happy Goodman Family will find Songs in the Key of Happy an instant favorite. Also, anyone who enjoys southern Gospel will want to add this to their collection. I really enjoyed this DVD and I think others will as well.