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Sacred Steel - Various Artists

Cod.artículo: DVD203


Precio: $25.00

DVD203 - 55 Minutes long.

Featuring: Elder Maurice "Ted" Beard, the Campbell Brothers with Katie Jackson, Calvin Cooke, Willie Eason, Elder Aubrey Ghent, Rev. Glenn Lee, Robert Randolph, historic video footage of Henry Nelson, and more....



In the late 1930's musicians of the House of God Keith Dominion Holiness-Pentacostal Church began playing their worship music on electric steel guitars. Taking the words from Psalm 150:4 "praise Him with stringed instruments" and Psalm 149:3 "let them praise His name in the dance," the guitarists developed unique styles, tunings, repertoires, and techniques.
Filmed on location in several churches, Sacred Steel traces the development of this tradition. Through interviews, performances, and historic footage, Sacred Steel will move the body and spirit as well as educate.

 

Chapters:


1.Intoduction
2.End of My Journey - Darick Campbell
3.Willie Eason
4.Just a Closer Walk With Me - Willie Eason
5.Tell Me Why You Like Roosevelt - Willie Eason
6.Henry Nelson
7.Praise music - Henry Nelson
8.Just a Closer Walk With Me - Henry Nelson
9.Hymn - Henry Nelson
10.Elder Aubrey Ghent
11.How Great Thou Art - Elder Aubrey Ghent
12.Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus - Elder Aubrey Ghent
13.Don't Pass Me By - Katie Jackson and The Campbell Brothers
14.Jump For Joy - The Campbell Brothers
15.Praise music - Elder Maurice "Ted" Beard, Jr.
16.Dedication speech - Erica Haygood
17.I Don't feel No Ways Tired - Calvin Cooke
18.Pass me Not, Oh Gentle Savior - Calvin Cooke
19.Offertory music - Glenn Lee
20.Glenn Lee
21.Without God - Robert Randolph
22.Testifying woman
23.Chuck Campbell on being saved
24.Bishop Charles Campbell on "the zone"
25.While the Spirit is Moving - Darick Campbell

 


REVIEWS

“Sacred Steel was the most exciting roots music to emerge at the end of the 20th century, and this video is the next best thing to actually being in the church with the musicians.”

(Geoffrey Himes — Art & journalist for the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and others)