I Know Who Holds Tomorrow (w/Cox Family)
 : I Know Who Holds Tomorrow (w/Cox Family)

by: Alison Krauss

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0011661030725
Item Dimensions: 5148820555
Label: Rounder Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Rounder Records
Model: 1973508
MPN: 011661030725
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Rounder Records
Release Date: September 03, 1998
Studio: Rounder Records

Disc 1:
  1. Walk Over God's Heaven
  2. Will There Be Any Stars?
  3. Where No One Stands Alone
  4. Never Will Give Up
  5. Remind Me, Dear Lord
  6. I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
  7. Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven
  8. I'd Rather Have Jesus
  9. Far Side Bank Of Jordan
  10. In The Palm Of Your Hand
  11. Loves Me Like A Rock
  12. Jewels
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Product Description:
One of country's biggest talents. Includes Walk over God's Heaven; Remind Me, Dear Lord; I'd Rather Have Jesus , and more.
In addition to being a contest-winning fiddler and an angelic singer, Alison Krauss is also a terrific talent scout. She has assembled a personal stable of the finest songwriters in contemporary bluegrass--John Pennell, Nelson Mandrell, Ron Block, Sidney Cox and Mark Simos--and she has singlehandedly brought Louisiana's wonderful bluegrass/gospel group, the Cox Family, to national prominence. Last year Krauss produced the Cox Family's debut CD, "Everybody's Reaching Out for Someone," and this year she has joined them for a delightful joint gospel album, "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow."

The Cox Family includes daddy Willard, son Sidney and three daughters, Suzanne, Evelyn, and Lynn. All five are solid lead and harmony vocalists, but Suzanne and Evelyn are special singers with the same kind of effortlessly graceful sopranos as Krauss. Between them, Krauss, Suzanne and Evelyn take nine of the dozen lead vocals and with the backing of the Cox Family voices and Krauss' regular musicians, the results are enchantingly lovely. Krauss has picked the hymns from a wide variety of sources--Paul Simon, Loretta Lynn, Thomas Dorsey and Dottie Rambo--but they are united by her tastefully understated acoustic arrangements. Nothing quite captures the mix of hopes and fears that make up gospel music like the duet between Krauss and Evelyn on Lynn's "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven (But Nobody Wants To Die)." --Geoffrey Himes

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