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Jim Hill And The Golden Keys Quartet - What A Day That Will Be Album

Performer: Jim Hill And The Golden Keys Quartet
Genre: Folk & Country
Title: What A Day That Will Be
Country: US
Released: 1957
Style: Gospel
Label: Golden Keys Records
Catalog Number: SRLP 2001
FLAC version ZIP size: 1646 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1831 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1133 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 447


1I'm So Glad I Got Acquainted
2How Great Thou Art
3Jesus Is All The World To Me/ There's Only One Who Is Jesus
4What A Day That Will Be/ How Beautiful Heaven Must Be/ I've Got A Longing To Go
5Pass Me Not/ The Stranger Of Galilee
6The Love Of God
7His Eye Is On The Sparrow
8To Me It's So Wonderful
9What A Homecoming Day That Will Be
10Hide Me Rock Of Ages
11He Set Me Free
12The Wonder Of It All
13He Bought My Soul At Calvary


Catalog number given as SRLP 2001 on sleeve and GRLP 2001 on record.


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Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1957 Vinyl от What A Day That Will Be на Hill - The guardians. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Jim Hill. Исполнитель: The guardians. Jim Hill - Official Video for What a Day That Will Be Live, available now Buy the full length DVDCD Homecoming Picnic' Hill as a young man studied to be a professional singer, even auditioning for the Metropolitan Opera, but thankfully for us and for the Kingdom of God he decided to dedicate his life to gospel music. In the 1940s, he started to both manage and sing tenor with the famed Golden Keys Quartet. In the early 1950's, he would write What a Day That Will Be. The story goes that his mother-in-law got gravely ill. The song was first presented by the Golden Keys Quartet and went on to be recorded by the Homeland Harmony Quartet. It would go on to become one of the most loved hymns in all of Southern Gospel music. The Golden Keys Quartet first presented it in public. Though it became one of their most requested songs to perform, it did not cause much stir until the 1970s. By 2000, it has become popular among churches and itinerant gospel singers. He was the first tenor and lead singer for the New Stamps Quartet in the 1960s. Their recording of Hills song, What a Day That Will Be became the highest selling album in the gospel community. He then moved to the Statesmen Quartet and made huge breaks, as well. In 2012, he won the Southern Gospel Music Award. In his late years, he became part of Bill Gaithers Homecoming. What A Day That Will Be Words and Music by Jim Hill G There is coming a day when no heartaches shall come D G No more clouds in the sky no more tears to dim the eye C G EM All is pea. C G EM All is peace forevermore on that happy golden shore. D G C G What a day glorious day that will be. C G What a day that will be when my Jesus I shall see. D And I look upon His face. G There'll be no sorrow there no more burdens to bear. D G No more sickness no pain no more parting over there. C G EM And forever I will be with the One who died for me. D G What a day glorious day that will be. The following tracks will sound good when mixed with Jim Hill - What A Day That Will Be - Homecoming Picnic Album Version, because they have similar tempos, adjacent Camelot values, and complementary styles. Lillie Knauls, Babbie Mason, The Stamps Quartet, J. Sumner, Sue Dodge. Leave It There - Live At The Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Nashville, TN1996. The song was publicly presented by the Golden Keys Quartet where Jim sang as tenor. Soon it was recorded by the Homeland Harmony Quartet and became one of the most widely-performed hymnals in Southern Gospel Music. In 2012, Jim Hill was included into Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame in Dollywood. Felix Gibson 29 Mar 2019 09:02. Great score. All it takes to start playing this huge hymnal in less than a few hours if you have enough desire and motivation. Nothing in excess but the essentials. Thank you, very appreciated. Miranda Adams 28 Feb 2019 12:41. On my top 3 most inspiring hymn. As a songwriter, Hill's most famous contribution to the gospel repertoire is What a Day That Will Be, a number that has been covered by groups such as the Greater Vision and the Horizon Quartet. Country superstars the Oak Ridge Boys also recorded material by Hill on the group's gospel projects. Hill established both his ministry and his presence as a performer on the gospel circuit in the early '60s. He released the first recording under his own name, named after his most famous song, only at the outset of the new millennium. Hill worked with groups such as the Statesman Quartet, the Stamps Quartet, and the Golden Keys Quartet. Free sheet music preview of What A Day That Will Be for voice, piano or guitar by Jim Hill