Can you remember the Traditional Gospel songs that your grandmother sang when there was no music playing in the house? How Far Back Can You Go? What Traditional Gospel Songs do you pull on and sing from childhood, when there are no choirs or praise teams around?
Bishop Larry D. Trotter and Sweet Holy Spirit Choir want to help you in these moments and take you back with their new and 10th project, How Far Back Can You Go?-Church Unplugged Vol 2.
How Far Back Can You Go?-Church Unplugged-Vol 2. also features several of Bishop Trotter’s friends, including, the late Pastor Gordon Humphrey, Leanne Faine, Pastor Jarvis Hanson, Pastor DeAndre Patterson and more along with the Stellar Nominated, Sweet Holy Spirit Choir.
How Far Back Can You Go?-Church Unplugged-Vol 2. is set to be released February 19th on Utopia Music Group and available on iTunes and other online retailers.
Bishop Larry D. Trotter and Sweet Holy Spirit Choir take listeners back with the songs, “Traveling Shoes”, “At the Cross”, “Come Go in With Me” and “Glory, Glory Hallelujah” and more.
Gospel music lovers will go back on this journey with, the late Pastor Gordon Humphrey on the song, “At the Cross”.
“At the Cross” was Pastor Humphrey’s last song recorded, as he led the live choir and congregation with the lyrics, “It was at the cross where I first saw the light….And now I am happy all the day…”.
Unplugged Praises went up as Pastor DeAndre Patterson led the song, “Traveling Shoes”, coupled with authentic hand claps, stomps and testimonies.
Listeners and supporters will receive a special treat as they join in with the Legendary, Leanne Faine on the song, “Come and Go With Me”. These lyrics have stayed with us for years and will continue to bless others , “Come and Go With Me, to My Fathers House”.
Bishop Larry D. Trotter is grateful and excited about the release of How Far Back Can You Go?-Church Unplugged Vol 2. and desires for listeners to grab a hold to the songs and the message:
“This is our 10th project, it is purest in nature because it gives us some of our hymns and songs that brought us through. These songs speak to our pilgrimage and theology.”-Bishop Larry D. Trotter