Personnel: Bruce Watkins (acoustic guitar, banjo); Brent Mason (electric guitar); Scotty Sanders (dobro); Larry Franklin (mandolin, fiddle); Ron Oates (piano); Gary Prim (organ, keyboards); Jimmy Carter (bass guitar); Eric Darken (percussion).
Audio Mixer: Joe Carrell.
Liner Note Author: Mark Carman.
Recording information: Trinity Music City Recording Studio, Hendersonville, TN.
Photographer: Charter Weeks.
Arranger: Mark Carman.
This short and sweet collection of exclusive and previously released tracks was put together to support a non-profit that is helping building churches and orphanages around the world. Reason enough, perhaps, to snap up a copy of this disc, but there's much fine music to be found amid these ten songs, chiefly the title track, a spiritual that has been covered by everyone from B.B. King to the Carter Family. Here, the tune is tackled by a quartet of country stars, including Trace Adkins and Marty Rayborn. Theirs is a more rockin' version, but still maintains enough of a Pentecostal ramble to bring the most staid worshippers to their feet. Elsewhere, Buddy Jewell adds a rockabilly swagger to "Power in the Blood," Rayborn uses "You've Got to Move" to show of his vocal prowess, and icon Glen Campbell takes a warm run through the classic hymn "Unto the Least of These." ~ Robert Ham
Working On a Building - Jimmy Fortune/Marty Raybon/T. Graham Brown/Trace Adkins
On The Other Side - Jason Crabb/Jimmy Fortune/T. Graham Brown
Power In The Blood - Alan Jackson/Buddy Jewell
In The Garden - Alan Jackson/Buddy Jewell
You've Got To Move, A - Aaron Tippin/Marty Raybon
Unto The Least Of These - Glen Campbell/Marty Raybon
It's Who You Know - Jimmy Fortune/Trace Adkins
Mighty Good God, A - Aaron Tippin/Trace Adkins
All Hail The Power - George Jones/T. Graham Brown - (featuring Jason Crabb)