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Phillip Carter Delivers Songs Choirs “Can Learn in Two Rehearsals or Less”

By Bob Marovich Some twenty years ago, Phillip Carter gathered a half dozen of his friends into a local studio. He had written some songs and wanted to hear what they sounded like as performed by a vocal group. Carter told JGM: “I taught them the music, and we thought, ‘Man, this sounds pretty good!’ I decided to record some of it. One thing led to another and we started the group.” On September 23, Carter and his group, called the Sounds of Victory (SOV for short), released their sixth live recording, Live From Zion, on Phillip Carter Music distributed through ...

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TBGB Pick of the Week: February 24, 2014

“A Friend Unfailing” Phillip Carter & SOV www.cdbaby.com/cd/phillipcarterandsov12 An old-school style song, written by Danny McCrimmon, about Jesus as the ultimate BFF. With a B3 warbling prominently in the foreground, Stellar Award-winning Phillip Carter delivers the worshipful lyrics with prayerful consideration.  The SOV choir enters halfway through to answer Carter’s call and then Rev. Jackie Hawkins’ vocal assist raises the perspiration level further.  A Carol Cymbala-esque denouement closes the song with perfection. Carter and SOV’s new single is reminiscent of a big, bold, vocally rich GMWA Mass Choir selection.  Glorious, one of the best singles TBGB has heard thus far ...

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