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Album Review

Although some ears may complain the production is a little too crystal clear, there's no denying that They That Wait is a dynamic contemporary gospel record, one of the best that has been released in many years. The difference is, there's genuine passion in the Georgia Mass Choir's performances — passion that cuts through the overly clean production, drawing the listener into the spirit of the music. It also helps that Rev. Milton Biggham has written some great, convincing music to accompany these hyms. He's pulled off a clever trick — the music sounds timeless, but fresh, and that's really the key to any good gospel recordings. Top-drawer stuff.


Formed: 1983 in Macon, GA

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Formed in 1983, the 150-voice Georgia Mass Choir came to prominence through highly visible appearances in the Whitney Houston film The Preacher's Wife and at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Lead voice, songwriter, and founder Rev. Milton Biggham had spent time organizing Savoy Records, but returned to his home state to organize the choir from over 600 applicants. Naturally, the Georgia Mass Choir began recording for Savoy, and released their first album Yes, He Can in the mid-'80s. Additional...
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