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> Precious Memories And Other Special Songs Of Faith, New CD from Charlie Zahm
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Posted: 27-Jun-2009, 12:55 PM
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Here are my thoughts on this CD of songs of Faith from one of Celtic Radio's favorite artists.



Psalm 95:1 (KJV) O come, let us sing unto the LORD: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation.

Which is exactly what Charlie does in his latest CD titled “Precious Memories and Other Special Songs of Faith”. Among my favorites from Charlie on this CD are: When I Survey the Wondrous Cross, How Great Thou Art, and A Mighty Fortress Is Our God. I’m sure each listener will come away with their own favorites from this CD of songs of faith.

I think everyone will agree this is a must have for all of Charlie’s fans, and if you aren’t a Charlie Zahm fan give it a listen and I’m sure you’ll become hooked on America’s “Celtic Balladeer” too!


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I love the old hymns. It seems some of the churches have gone the way of praise music and have forget the old Hymns. Nice to see Charlie with this CD.


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Posted: 16-Aug-2009, 08:24 AM
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I have my ancestors old hymnals from before the civil war and a bit after. There are 5 of them and they are spread over 60 or so years in the 1800's. Religious music was different then than today. They appear to have been passed down and used by younger generations of the family.

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