No hymn requests from readers yet, so I’ll just post one of my favorites–Leaning on the Everlasting Arms, by the Gordon Quartet. No studio, no microphines, just somebody’s living room–how do they do it? No musical instruments, either: just their voices.
We have this as a hymn request from Phoebe, Leaning on the Everlasting Arms–and this a capella rendition by the Gordon Quartet is my favorite. How they can manage this in an ordinary living room, without any studio equipment, is a source of wonder. I guess they’re leaning on those arms, too!
This is surely a time for leaning on the everlasting arms. Our country is in the most danger it’s been in since World War II–and all of it home-grown. That’s not even counting the pestilence that came out of Red China.
The Gordon Quartet, a capella in a living room, and Leaning on the Everlasting Arms.
And if anybody out there has a hymn you’d like to share, today would be a good time to say so.
I hope you don’t mind if I resort to one of my favorite hymns–Leaning on the Everlasting Arms, sung a capella, in a living room, no less, by the Gordon Quartet. I don’t know for how much longer this videos will be available, so love it while we’ve got it.
I’ve got a request for this, a hymn a dearly love, so why wait? Here it is now–Leaning on the Everlasting Arms by the Gordon Quartet–sung a capella, just sitting there in someone’s living room. Beautiful harmony!
Keep your hymns requests coming, folks. I’ll get to each and every one of them.
The times are evil and the age is dark. Sing Louder!