Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver - He Lives In Me
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He Lives In Me (Horizon, 2006)

Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver

Reviewed by George Hauenstein

Doyle Lawson is one of the more prolific recording artists on the bluegrass scene today. His latest, an all bluegrass gospel album, comes hot on the heels of the very well-received, "You Gotta Dig A Little Deeper."

What makes bluegrass gospel music so enjoyable is the vocals. No one does this better than DL&Q. This album contains all the vocal elements fans expect from a Quicksilver gospel album: strong leads (Jamie Dailey and Barry Scott), tight group harmonies, intricate vocal interplays and, of course, a couple of a capella numbers, "Til I See You Face To Face" and the closing number, "When He Welcomes Me In."

As always, the material is sincere and fresh. None of the songs are gospel 'warhorses,' rather they are band originals like Barry Scott's, "We Shall Inherit" or treasures that Lawson takes from lesser-known songwriters.

Despite some recent personnel changes, this gospel recording is unmistakably Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver. Fans won't be disappointed. It's one of the group's best ever!!


CDs by Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver

Live In Prague, Czech Republic, 2019 Life is a Story, 2017 Burden Bearer Bluegrass Gospel and A Cappella Favorites, 2016 In Session, 2015 Open Carefully, Message Inside, 2014 Roads Well Traveled, 2013 Sing Me a Song About Jesus, 2012 Drive Time, 2011 Lonely Street, 2009 Help is on the Way, 2008 More Behind the Picture Than the Wall, 2007 He Lives In Me, 2006 You Gotta Dig a Little Deeper, 2005


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