Feels Like Home, the highly anticipated new studio recording from one of Southern Gospel's most lauded soloists, Ivan Parker, is set to release August 2 from Difference Media (Capitol Christian Music Group). Produced by Garry Jones (Canton Junction, Brian Free), the project--which pays homage to Parker's roots-- is a watershed collection of 11 gospel classics that indelibly inspired the artist's own calling.
From the Bill and Gloria Gaither-penned opening track, "Feeling At Home In The Presence Of Jesus," to the closing strains of "Through It All," written by the late genre-spanning icon Andraé Crouch, Feels Like Home marries Parker's signature style with songs that helped define a golden era of gospel music.
Additional highlights of the album include Kris Kristofferson's 1973 blockbuster hit "Why Me"; "I Just Came To Talk With You Lord" and "The Holy Hills Of Heaven Call Me," both written by late GRAMMY® and Dove Award winning singer/songwriter Dottie Rambo; the Dallas Holm-penned "You And Me Jesus"; and "His Hand In Mine," by late Gospel Music Hall of Famer Mosie Lister.
Serving as lead vocalist for the iconic quartet Gold City from 1983-1993--where he recorded his signature #1 hit, "Midnight Cry"-- Ivan Parker's acclaimed solo career now spans more than 20 years. He has garnered 31 Singing News Fan Awards, highlighted by 12 Favorite Male Vocalist honors, while his #1 Southern Gospel radio singles include "Hit The Ground Running" and "I Choose." As a solo artist, Parker has released 17 recordings, five DVDs and has been featured in 32 best-selling Gaither Homecoming videos.
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Feeling At Home In The Presence Of Jesus
I'll Have A New Song
I Just Came To Talk With You Lord
Dig A Little Deeper In God's Love
His Hand In Mine
I'm The Lamb (The Shepherd Left The Flock For)
The Holy Hills Of Heaven Call Me
You And Me Jesus
I Can't Even Walk (Without You Holding My Hand)