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In My Home Over There


Download links and information about In My Home Over There by Mahalia Jackson. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to New Age, Gospel, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Celtic genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 35:21 minutes.

Artist: Mahalia Jackson
Release date: 1998
Genre: New Age, Gospel, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Celtic
Tracks: 12
Duration: 35:21
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No. Title Length
1. In the Upper Room, Pt. 1 (Part 1) 3:15
2. His Eye Is on the Sparrow 3:28
3. Walking to Jerusalem 3:07
4. Dig a Little Deeper 2:58
5. Get Away Jordan 2:42
6. It Is No Secret (What God Can Do) 3:01
7. There's Not a Friend Like Jesus 3:44
8. Do You Know Him? 2:24
9. In My Home Over There 3:21
10. Amazing Grace 2:19
11. Nobody Knows 2:41
12. Run All the Way 2:21



The second release on MCA's 1998 Peacock Gospel Classics imprint was these early recordings by Mahalia Jackson. Taken off the best-condition surviving 78s, the sound quality shows a few scratches along the way, but the music's worth every bump and scuffle attached to it. Her treatment of her own "In the Upper Room, Pt. 1" is a beauty to hear and to kick the set off. Unfortunately, we only get to hear the first half of it, and as this was originally issued as a two part single, the non-appearance of side two and the rest of the song, especially in light of what could be accomplished with modern editing tools to reconnect the two parts, is perhaps the only bummer connected with this package. Mahalia's involvement on tracks like "Dig a Little Deeper" is as heavy and as involved as you could possibly ask any performer to be, impassioned and flowing with every note she puts across. There's a wit, verve, sass and a total soul connectedness that pours into the rocking "Get Away Jordan," "It Is No Secret," an almost bluesy "There's Not a Friend Like Jesus," "Do You Know Him," an amazing "Amazing Grace," "Nobody Knows," "Run All the Way" and the title track that are impossible to ignore. Mahalia Jackson made many extraordinary recordings during her wonderful career; add these to the essential list.