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Homecoming Christmas (Gaither Gospel Series)

DVD|Sep 2006
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Homecoming Christmas (Gaither Gospel Series)
  • Catalogue Code 253382
  • Product Code 617884473495
  • Tracks 20
  • Department Music
  • Category Music DVD
  • Sub-Category Gaither
  • Publisher Gaither Music Group
  • Release Date Sep 2006
  • Sales Rank 43775
  • Dimensions 191 x 138 x 14mm
  • Weight 0.104kg
  1. Angels We Have Heard On High
  2. Beautiful Star Of Bethlehem
  3. Bethlehem Morning
  4. Card Story
  5. Come Let Us Adore Him
  6. Glorious Impossible
  7. Glory To God In The Highest
  8. Hallelujah Chorus
  9. He Touched Me
  10. Holy Night
  11. I'Ll Tell It Wherever I Go
  12. Jesu, The Light Of The World
  13. Jesus Is The King
  14. Jesus Loves You
  15. Jesus What A Lovely Name
  16. Look Who Just Checked In
  17. Rejoice With Exceeding Great Joy
  18. Something Beautiful
  19. There's Something About That Name
  20. Winter Wonderland

Homecoming Gaither

Gaither Homecoming is the name applied to a series of video/dvd, music recordings and concerts, which are organised, promoted and usually presented by Christian music songwriter and impresario Bill Gaither and team. Bill Gaither is the most successful and most honoured artist in the history of Christian music. In more than 30 years as a composer, songwriter, and producer he received three Grammys, 20 Dove Awards, and the first Gold Record ever awarded to an inspirational album. His "Homecoming Concert" music videos/dvds have sold over 7.5 million copies, and the annual concert tour draws more than half a million fans. Gaither was inducted into the Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame in 1982 and was recently honored as Christian Songwriter of the Century by ASCAP. He lives in Alexandria, Indiana.