The Blind Man Saw It AllBooth Brothers
Open the sun roof on a Sunday afternoon...roll the car windows down after a hard days work...or pull up a chair on the patio after the children have gone to bed... Guitar-driven tracks, consistent 'Gatlinlike' harmonies and an easygoing 'peaceful, easy feeling' comprise t... Read More
Guitar-driven tracks, consistent 'Gatlinlike' harmonies and an easygoing 'peaceful, easy feeling' comprise this new collection from southern Gospel mainstay The Booth Brothers. Described as 'The Eagles meets The Gaither Vocal Band,' this acoustic-driven project captures the blends that have garnered the group's successes; yet it offers a more eclectic sound, showcasing The Booth Brothers' engaging ability to appeal to a very diverse audience.
He Saw It All has the makings of a career-changing traditional Gospel hit...Song of Adoration takes the group to previously uncharted musical territory...Father contains soft vocal pop sensibilities...Hands of Grace accents the group's country influences.
A little bit of soul...some grassroots grovin'...solid melodic tones...and country-tinged vocals round out this inspiring collection from The Booth Brothers.
- Product type: Music
- Format: CD
- Release Date: Aug 23, 2005
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- Volumes/Discs: 1
- CMTA Code: Southern Gospel