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Family Affair 2

Hezekiah Walker

Family Affair 2

Hezekiah Walker

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Hezekiah Walker and the Love Fellowship Choir show no signs of slowing down. This mostly live release, recorded in New York's Radio City Music Hall in February 2002, finds Walker and his choir making a powerful statement that they won't be denied, despite enduring the 9/11 attacks and the personal challenges to Walker's ministry. He lays down the gauntlet with the opening "We Made It," a muscular I'm-still-standing proclamation, if ever there was one. Walker calls upon old friends throughout the release to lead on vocals, such as Kim Burrell on "The Lord Will Make a Way Somehow" and Heather Covington on "What a Mighty God We Serve." The one constant is the forceful presence of the Love Fellowship Choir, which exemplifies contemporary choral excellence. Walker even mixes it up a bit with the hip-hop-flavored studio track "Don't Wait."

Editorial review by Michael Lyttle, www.amazon.com. Accessed 09.04.14

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Hezekiah Walker and the Love Fellowship Choir show no signs of slowing down. This mostly live release, recorded in New York's Radio City Music Hall in February 2002, finds Walker and his choir making a powerful statement that they won't be denied, despite enduring the 9/11 attacks and the personal challenges to Walker's ministry. He lays down the gauntlet with the opening "We Made It," a muscular I'm-still-standing proclamation, if ever there was one. Walker calls upon old friends throughout the release to lead on vocals, such as Kim Burrell on "The Lord Will Make a Way Somehow" and Heather Covington on "What a Mighty God We Serve." The one constant is the forceful presence of the Love Fellowship Choir, which exemplifies contemporary choral excellence. Walker even mixes it up a bit with the hip-hop-flavored studio track "Don't Wait."

Editorial review by Michael Lyttle, www.amazon.com. Accessed 09.04.14
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:Hezekiah Walker and the Love Fellowship Choir show no signs of slowing down. This mostly live release, recorded in New York's Radio City Music Hall in February 2002, finds Walker and his choir making a powerful statement that they won't be denied, despite enduring the 9/11 attacks and the personal challenges to Walker's ministry. He lays down the gauntlet with the opening "We Made It," a muscular I'm-still-standing proclamation, if ever there was one. Walker calls upon old friends throughout the release to lead on vocals, such as Kim Burrell on "The Lord Will Make a Way Somehow" and Heather Covington on "What a Mighty God We Serve." The one constant is the forceful presence of the Love Fellowship Choir, which exemplifies contemporary choral excellence. Walker even mixes it up a bit with the hip-hop-flavored studio track "Don't Wait."

Editorial review by Michael Lyttle, www.amazon.com. Accessed 09.04.14

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Meet the Artist

Hezekiah Walker

Hezekiah Walker's life is all about beating the odds. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, in the Fort Greene housing projects, he began following his destiny by doing what he loved best-singing. In the mid-1980s, Hezekiah started the Love Fellowship Choir and brought a fresh new sound to gospel music. That sound landed Hezekiah and the choir on top of the Billboard Music charts. Two Grammy Awards, along with nine Grammy nominations, followed as Hezekiah and the choir traveled throughout the United States and abroad, touring London, Africa, and Israel. On the heels of his musical success cam

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  • Catalogue Code 286971
  • Product Code 012414317629
  • Tracks 12
  • Department Music
  • Category Gospel
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Rca Inspiration
  • Release Date Aug 2002
  • Sales Rank #20003
  • Dimensions 125 x 142 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.100kg

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