I'll Meet You On That Other Shore: Alan Lomax's "Southern Journey," – | Alan Lomax Archive
I will meet you in the morning, Just inside the Eastern Gate; Then be ready, faithful pilgrim, Lest with you it be too late. Refrain: I will meet you, I will meet you. I will meet you in the morning, Just inside the Eastern Gate. Then be ready, faithful pilgrim, Lest with you it be too late. Refrain. I will meet you, I will meet you. As an arranger of ASCAP songs, he has produced and arranged some of the most beloved the great black gospel mass choirs of major cities, the Warner Brothers String Section in I will meet you in the morning by the bright river side.
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For a while, he attempted to navigate teaching and his musical career, but he dedicated himself to music in The Bill Gaither Trio started to regularly release albums in but intwo years after Presley's version of "He Touched Me," the breakthrough arrived when the group released Let's Just Praise the Lord, which won the Grammy for Best Inspirational Performance in The Trio released several albums over the course of the '80s but during that decade, Gaither's main focus was the Gaither Vocal Band.
Originally called the New Gaither Vocal Band upon its formation -- that's the name on the group's eponymous debut -- the band had a revolving lineup and over the years, featuring such future CCM stars as Michael English, Jonathan Pierce, David Phelps, and Mark Lowry.
The Gaither Vocal Band -- who'd shed the "New" quickly -- recorded regularly from its inception onward, never spending longer than three years between albums. Gaither's next big project arrived inwhen the Gaither Vocal Band recorded an album called Homecoming, featuring several other stars in Southern gospel. Somebody had the foresight to record these guests and the Gaither Vocal Band trading stories and songs, and this footage was released as Homecoming.
It turned into a smash hit and, soon, Gaither had the formula for Homecoming: Bythe Gaither Homecoming was so successful it spawned a regular concert tour. Later, these live performances could be found on cruises, and the home videos were edited into syndicated television shows.
During the 21st century, Gaither didn't start any new projects, choosing instead to keep Gaither Homecoming and the Gaither Vocal Band thriving.
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