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A few days ago I posted this video from the Oklahoma Christian University lectures. “Musicianary” and Acappella Ministries founder Keith Lancaster led attendees in a rousing rendition of good ol’ 728b itself, “Our God, He is Alive.” (I recorded it on my phone, so apologies for the quality.)
“And now let’s turn in our hymnals to 728b,” says Keith Lancaster as the annual Oklahoma Christian University lectures begin.
Posted by The Christian Chronicle on Sunday, October 4, 2015
Of course, ravenous VOW fans can never have enough a cappella.
A reader pointed out that I should have captured the equally awesome rendition of “On Zion’s Glorious Summit” that preceded “Our God.” Alas, I did not. So, as a consolation prize, here’s a rendition of the song from Lancaster’s “Praise and Harmony” series. (Notice the Lancaster-esque tempo changes. Very nice!)
Searching the web, I also came across this version on David Killingsworth’s YouTube channel. It’s from a gospel meeting in Alabama in 2012, though I’m not seeing any specifics on where. (Fill me in if you can.)
Also from the lectures a couple of days ago, here’s my bootleg recording of Acappella’s “Hush,” always a crowd favorite.
“Hush” by Acappella, recorded at the 2015 Oklahoma Christian University lectures.
Posted by The Christian Chronicle on Tuesday, October 6, 2015
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