The Brockington Ensemble | Celebrating Jesus

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Celebrating Jesus

by The Brockington Ensemble

Traditional Gospel - Sunday Morning church choir music.
Genre: Spiritual: Traditional Gospel
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1. Jesus, I Love to Praise Your Name
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2. I Have Decided to Follow Jesus
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3. I Came to Worship You
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4. Come and Go With Me
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5. O to Be Kept
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6. Do You Know Jesus
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7. Walking & Living in Freedom
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8. Walking & Living in Freedom (reprise)
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9. Free Indeed
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10. He’s So Real to Me
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11. Lord, I Want to Be a Christian
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12. I’m Going Home Someday
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13. Have Faith in God
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14. Shine On Me
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15. Shine On Me (reprise)
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16. Walk With Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Brockington Ensemble was founded in 1963 by Professor Irvin Brockington, who had a dream to form a mass choir of Philadelphia area gospel singers. The vision became a reality as he gathered various singers and family members to form “The Gospel Singers Ensemble.”

In November 1963, as a nation mourned the sudden death of President J.F.K., the gospel world celebrated the birth of this great aggregation as they appeared in their debut concert.

Over the years, the Brockington Ensemble has spread the gospel message to the masses through various mediums including television and stage. Their talents were recognized nationally by the late great Rev. James Cleveland in 1967, when he personally asked them to participate in the forming of his Gospel Music Workshop of America (GMWA) Convention in Detroit, Michigan.

Apart from Professor Brockington’s heartfelt lyrics and creative arrangements, the Ensemble maintains the traditional sound of gospel music through their powerful, hard-hitting choral delivery, as well as their harmonic and dynamic ingenuity.

Now, some 41 years and 14 recordings later, having the distinction of being one of the first choirs to record a “Live” album; the Ensemble attributes its longevity to its founder, a humble God-fearing man, who believes that God can do anything but fail.


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Tammy Stetler

Brockington celebrating Jesus
This was the BEST CD!

Renee

Celebrating Jesus
I happened upon this CD by viewing another site. This collection has blessed me to no ends. If you are looking for a great traditional choir with lots of inspiration, this is the cd. I can't wait to get their other collection. If you don't purchase this..you will have missed your blessing through song.

Sammy Snell

Celebrating Jesus
This whole album is very awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

LaNita A.

Jesus, I Love to Praise Your Name
I heard Jesus, I Love to Praise Your Name on satalite radio. It blessed my soul. I came home and sat at the computer until 3 a.m. one day and for 2 hours the next day until I found it. Your songs take me back to gospel singing that I grew up on and the songs I heard when I got saved. We need to go back and get this soul stiring music and hold on to it for generations to come. Our your are not getting the message in the music like we use to. God bless and keep you strong.