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Album Review

The songs, some sung by chorus and others by soloists, have lived long lives of their own: "His Hands" and "Never a Better Hero" were both re-recorded for EFY projects. Jesus Christ is the focus and scope of the album. Listeners rediscover why they worship him and remember his love for everyone. Each song lights a sensitive, personal relationship with him, which is why this CD is likely to continue to dominate LDS charts and listeners' hearts.

Customer Reviews

Favorite Album of all time!

This is a great album. And the accompaniment track is great for performances.

Biography

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s

An award-winning songwriter, producer and performer, Kenneth Cope was educated in Houston, Texas at the local High School for Performing Arts. He began his career in the music industry by composing songs expressly for the youth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In 1989, he gained a wider audience, yet still within the Latter-day Saint community with the release of Greater Than Us All, a concept album on Christ. He brought his own and others' compositions to life with the extraordinary...
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