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  • Performer: George Beverly Shea
  • Album: A Billy Graham Crusade In Song
  • FLAC: 1425 mb | MP3: 1693 mb
  • Released: 1958
  • Country: US
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George Beverly Shea - A Billy Graham Crusade In Song album flac

Tracklist

A1 How Great Thou Art
A2 The Wonder Of It All
A3 The Old-Fashioned Home
A4 Balm In Gilead
A5 Sunshine
A6 The Ninety And Nine
B1 I Must Tell Jesus
B2 Oh, How Sweet To Know
B3 He's Got The Whole World In His Hands
B4 America The Beautiful
B5 Lord, I'm Coming Home
B6 The Lord's Prayer

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPM-1406 George Beverly Shea A Billy Graham Crusade In Song ‎(LP, Album, Mono) RCA Victor LPM-1406 US 1957
LPM-1406, LPM 1406 George Beverly Shea A Billy Graham Crusade In Song ‎(LP, Album, Mono) RCA Victor, RCA Victor LPM-1406, LPM 1406 Canada 1957

George Beverly Shea, long-time friend and ministry partner to evangelist Billy Graham, passed away April 16, 2013 at age 104. This video looks back at his life and legacy.

A Billy Graham Crusade In Song ‎(LP). RCA Victor, RCA Victor.

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Billy Graham's crusades were evangelistic campaigns conducted by Billy Graham between 1947 and 2005. Billy Graham conducted 417 crusades in 185 countries and territories on six continents. He would rent a large venue, such as a stadium, park, or street. As the sessions became larger, he arranged a group of up to 5,000 people to sing in a choir

George Beverly Shea (February 1, 1909 – April 16, 2013) was a Canadian-born American gospel singer and hymn composer. Shea was often described as "America's beloved gospel singer" and was considered "the first international singing 'star' of the gospel world," as a consequence of his solos at Billy Graham Crusades and his exposure on radio, records and television. Because of the large attendance at Graham's Crusades, it is estimated that Shea sang live before more people than anyone else in history.

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Billy Graham Evangelistic Association spokesman Brent Rinehart said Shea died in Asheville after a brief illness. Shea's rendition of "How Great Thou Art" came to define the faith of a Protestant generation that Graham helped bring to Jesus Christ. He performed live before an estimated 200 million people at crusades over the years - taking him from North Dakota to North Korea and beyond. He joined Graham's crusade team in 1947 and stayed until Graham's declining health ended most of the evangelist's public appearances nearly 60 years later

George Beverly Shea (left) and evangelist Billy Graham at the 1973 crusade in Seoul, South Korea, where an estimated . million people attended the final service. Religion News Service file photo courtesy of Russ Busby/The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.

George Beverly Shea, who escaped a life of toil in an insurance office to become a Grammy-winning gospel singer and a longtime associate of the Rev. Billy Graham, appearing before an estimated 200 million people at Graham revival meetings worldwide, died on Tuesday in Asheville, . He was 104. His death was announced by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, in Charlotte, . of which Mr. Shea was the official singing voice for more than half a century. Mr. Shea in San Diego, Calif.

Billy Graham International Crusade Choirs - The Definitive Collection (3CD). Billy Graham Crusade: The Encore Collection. Billy Graham International Crusade Choirs – The Definitive Collection, 3 Discs and Booklet. This is a good recording and very good music. I remember listening to Billy Graham on the radio and always enjoyed George Beverly Shea's singing.