The Greatest Story Ever Sung
Special Edition - CD
Catalogue Number: FEFP-002
Release Date: 10-05-2015
This was assembled based on a live presentation in December of 2012 by producer Kurt Neubauer and Howard Harris
The album was recorded at the historic SugarHills Studio in Houston Texas by Grammy© Nominated Andrew Bradley and was orginally released in October of 2013.
The production was inspired by Roger Clark (Tenor); one of the artists who had been fighting Stage 4 Colon Cancer for the past 5+ years and was actually undergoing chemotherapy during the recording sessions. Other Houston performers include Suzanne Olmon (Soprano), Susan Evans (Pianist) and Aija Izaks (Violinist). The Music Director is Howard Harris and the production was mixed by SugarHill's Grammy nominated engineer Andrew Bradley. The project's executive producer is Kurt Neubauer.
An opening narration and song intros has been recorded by renowned film star, Stephen Baldwin, a strong supporter of the project.
On sad note, tenor Roger Clark lost his battle with Cancer in early 2015 and passed away at the age of 59 resulting in this work to be a one of a kind and destined to ba a classic in the making!
Intro - How Could The Shepherds Know?, How Could The Shepherds Know?; Intro - What Child is this; What Child is this; Intro To Behold Emmanuel; Behold Emmanuel;
Intro - Swaddling Clothes; Swaddling Clothes; Intro - He Loved Us More with More Than Wonderful; He Loved Us More with More Than Wonderful; Joy To The World;
Intro - Gesu Bambino; Gesu Bambino; Intro - Mary's Hope; Mary's Hope; Intro - Joseph's Song; Joseph's Song; Intro - O Holy Night; O Holy Night;
Intro To I Believe; I Believe; Intro - It's About The Cross; It's About The Cross; Intro - I Am Yours; I Am Yours; Intro To The Greatest Story Ever Told; The Greatest Story Ever Told.
This project was assembled based on a live presentation in December of 2012 by producer Kurt Neubauer and Howard Harris
Suzanne Olmon - vocals
Roger Clark - vocals
Susan Evans – piano
Aija Izaks - violin