|A1||Were You There?||3:10|
|A2||How Great Thou Art||3:45|
|A3||It Took A Miracle||2:49|
|A4||Take My Hand, Precious Lord||3:40|
|A5||Ten Thousand Angels||3:31|
|B1||God Is Love||2:54|
|B2||I Love To Tell The Story||4:06|
|B3||Pass Me Not||4:30|
|B4||He Touched Me||3:33|
|B5||The Lord's Prayer||3:54|
|LSP-4258||Kate Smith||The Best Of Kate Smith Sacred (LP, Comp, RE)||RCA Victor||LSP-4258||US||Unknown|
|LSP-4258||Kate Smith||The Best Of Kate Smith Sacred (LP, Comp)||RCA Victor||LSP-4258||Canada||1970|
Album · 1967 · 11 Songs. Kate Smith - 16 Most Requested Songs. Voice Masters: Kate Smith. Sings Old Time Religion (Remastered).
Impossible Dream (The Quest)" from Kate Smith Today, a 1966 album of then-recent songs also handled by Matz; "That's Life" and "Theme from the Sand Pebbles (And We Were Lovers)" from the similar 1967 follow-up Kate Smith Here and Now, arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman; and "Born Free" from another 1967 album Something Special: Kate Smith, under the baton. These mostly contemporary selections allow Smith ample opportunity to display her clarion voice
Kate Smith of Liverpool-based collective Bonnacons of Doom explains to Best Fit how she uses the influence of sacred music in her band's output. Even as a child I was quite cynical about religion, but sacred music is something that’s always connected with me. Although none of the band are religious in any way, devotional music has always been a key reference point in how we understand our music and our own creative process. I used to make up songs when I was really little, but it was being a choir girl that was a formative experience. It was a sharing of the inner pleasure.
Album: The Best Of Kate Smith (1938). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Berlin re-wrote this song for Kate Smith, who was looking for something patriotic to sing on her November 10, 1938 radio variety show, which took place on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I. She introduced it by saying, "I feel it's one of the most beautiful compositions ever written, a song that. will never di. Her performance got a tremendous response from listeners, leading to its release as a single. The song rose up the charts to and sold lots of sheet music, becoming an alternate national anthem of sorts.
Kate Smith is the newcomer's not uncommon name. From Honeymoon Lane, Smith went into the road company of Vincent Youmans' Hit the Deck, where she won acclaim singing "Hallelujah!" as a mammy in blackface. Back in New York City, she took the company lead in George White's Flying High, which opened at the Apollo Theater on March 3, 1930, and ran for 122 performances. 1966 The Kate Smith Christmas Album, RCA Victor Records. 1967 Just a Closer Walk with Thee, RCA Victor Records. 1967 Here & Now, RCA Victor Records. 1968 The Best of Kate Smith, RCA Victor Records. 1968 The One and Only, Kapp Records. 1969 Songs of the Now Generation, RCA Victor Records. 1970 The Best of Kate Smith Sacred, RCA Victor Records. 1970 God Bless America & Other Great American Songs, Happy Time Records. 1970 The Fabulous Kate Smith, RCA Camden.
Listen to music from Kate Smith like God Bless America, The Last Time I Saw Paris & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Kate Smith. Kathryn Elizabeth Smith (May 1, 1907 – June 17, 1986) was a Washington, . born singer best known for her rendition of Irving Berlin's "God Bless America". She was one of America's most beloved entertainers, with a radio, TV and recording career that spanned five decades, and which reached its most-remembered zenith in the 1940s.