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Daywind Music Group A Medley of Worship, Accompaniment CD

Daywind Soundtracks are high quality performance tracks mastered with the latest in audio recording technology and featuring Nashville's finest studio singers and musicians.

This soundtrack includes a demonstration and accompaniment in high (Ab) and low (F) ranges with and without background vocals. Lyrics enclosed. Original artists listed for reference only.

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Customer Reviews for A Medley of Worship, Accompaniment CD
Review 1 for A Medley of Worship, Accompaniment CD
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4 out of 5
4 out of 5

Date:April 4, 2010
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Khadijar Woodford
This track is exactly what I hoped for. The message is clear-as the title indicates-"A Medley Worship". The Lord is exalted. Also, this track is very close to the original.
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Review 2 for A Medley of Worship, Accompaniment CD
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:January 21, 2009
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Joseph Obleton
Great CD. I like the keys provided, and I like the background vocals. It arrived on time, and I find it compliments both my voice, and my vocal range.
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Review 3 for A Medley of Worship, Accompaniment CD
Overall Rating: 
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Date:January 8, 2008
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Preacher/Teacher
I was a little concern when I received the "A Medley of Worship' accompaniment CD. The overall vocal quality was not the same as Darwin Hobbs download recording. I did notice that the cover did indicate 'made popular by Darwin Hobbs,' which could be a little misleading. Since it does not state that it is by Darwin Hobbs. There is a big difference from this recording and Darwin's. Something was absolutely missing. However, this CD can be a resource for evaluating and training vocals in order to establish and maintain one's own style. Also, it can be used to evaluate the differences between the two. In all honesty this one just did not cut it!
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