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Album Review

Some live albums sound like studio recordings that just happened to be made outside the studio. Not so with this album. Helen Baylor...Live is a live album as it should be, especially live gospel. Baylor delivers powerful vocals and impassioned testimony throughout the album. The audience is heard but not overwhelming, and the album feels less like a concert and more like a church service, which clearly is Baylor's intention. She especially shines when backed by the Heritage Center Gospel Choir on the latter half of the album. Highlights of the album include her performance of Rich Mullins' "Awesome God" and the "Worship Medley."

Biography

Born: January 8, 1953 in Tulsa, OK

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Helen Baylor (aka Helen Lowe) began her music career as a child performing on the nightclub circuit. Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma but raised in Los Angeles, California, she opened for such popular artists as Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and B.B. King by her late teens. At the age of 17, she traveled with a touring stage production of the musical Hair. For several years, she performed in other musicals and was a background vocalist for the likes of Captain & Tennille and Chaka Khan. Most notable, in...
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