This week’s definitive Southern Gospel collection looks at the best albums released in the year 1993. This was the toughest year for me to sort through. I had 75 albums to rank to determine the 20 best.
1993 still saw the dominance of Gold City. They won the group of the year at the Singing News fan awards. The also picked up album of the year (Pillars Of Faith) and song of the year (“There Rose A Lamb”). “There Rose A Lamb” also won the Dove award for Southern Gospel song of the year.
- Let’s Have Church – Charles Johnson and the Revivers (Canaan)
- High And Lifted Up – Cathedrals (Canaan)
- One More Time – Hoppers (Sonlite)
- It’s A Sweet Life – Greenes (RiverSong)
- More Than My Voice – Bishops (MorningStar)
- Our God Is Marching On – Phil Cross and Poet Voices (Sonlite)
- Daddy’s Home – Karen Peck and New River (Horizon)
- No Compromise – Dixie Melody Boys (MorningStar)
- The King Came Down – Greater Vision (RiverSong)
- I Hold A Clear Title – Perfect Heart (Star Song)
- With His Power – McKameys (Horizon)
- Southern Classics – Gaither Vocal Band (Benson)
- A Cappella Gold – Gold City (RiverSong)
- On Tour – Chuck Wagon Gang (Associated Artists)
- New Horizons – Cumberland Boys (Daywind)
- When Two Or Three Agree – New Journey (Canaan)
- Tell It Like It Is – Carroll Roberson (MorningStar)
- New Life – Kingsmen (Horizon)
- Tell It Again – Wendy Bagwell and the Sunliters (Canaan)
- Live From Chicago – Singing Americans (Dawn)
Listen to a mash-up of music from the twenty best albums released in 1993. Enjoy!