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A Tribute To The Cathedral Quartet

by Ernie Haase

A Tribute To The Cathedral Quartet by Ernie Haase

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A Tribute To The Cathedral Quartet

by Ernie Haase

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Label: Spring House (HSE)
Southern Gospel has long been a staple among conservative Christians below the Mason-Dixon line, but to others -- even devout believers -- it can be a bit obscure. That's a shame because it means that an album like the latest from Ernie Haase & Signature Sound could get overlooked. This tribute to classic quartet The Cathedrals, a group Haase was a member of for years, is also a tribute to Haase's late father-in-law, group founder George Younce. Tracks like "Step Into the Water" and "Moving Up to Gloryland" (along with 19 more) are chock-full of crisp harmonies and classic Christian messages.

About This Album

Southern Gospel has long been a staple among conservative Christians below the Mason-Dixon line, but to others -- even devout believers -- it can be a bit obscure. That's a shame because it means that an album like the latest from Ernie Haase & Signature Sound could get overlooked. This tribute to classic quartet The Cathedrals, a group Haase was a member of for years, is also a tribute to Haase's late father-in-law, group founder George Younce. Tracks like "Step Into the Water" and "Moving Up to Gloryland" (along with 19 more) are chock-full of crisp harmonies and classic Christian messages.

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About This Album

Southern Gospel has long been a staple among conservative Christians below the Mason-Dixon line, but to others -- even devout believers -- it can be a bit obscure. That's a shame because it means that an album like the latest from Ernie Haase & Signature Sound could get overlooked. This tribute to classic quartet The Cathedrals, a group Haase was a member of for years, is also a tribute to Haase's late father-in-law, group founder George Younce. Tracks like "Step Into the Water" and "Moving Up to Gloryland" (along with 19 more) are chock-full of crisp harmonies and classic Christian messages.