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Music for those who simply love music

This is a phenomenal collection of music for ANYONE who simply love beautiful music: sacred, secular, you name it. Immaculate harmonies (and yes, they can do it LIVE as well as studio). Wonderfully moving music, great hymn arrangements, and it is especially nice to hear tunes from Keith Green again, performed by those who knew him and his spirit.

Glad Colectors Series

Awesome Uplifting Music!! Very tight harmony!! An Accapela Lovers Dream!!!

What a FIND!

just asking, where are the other a capella groups in the world? there's nothing better than tight harmony of just voices making music so pure and enjoyable to listen to...one word: uplifting

Biography

Formed: 1972

Genre: Christian & Gospel

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

The progressive Christian rock band GLAD was formed on the campus of West Chester State University near Philadelphia during the early '70s; inspired by jazz and classical music and with a strong emphasis on complex harmonies, the group -- John Gates, Ed Nalle, Jim Bullard, Chris Davis and Paul Langford -- debuted in 1978 with a self-titled LP on the Myrrh/Word label. With their second effort, 1980's Beyond a Star, GLAD began a long tradition of including at least one a cappela track on each of their...
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