Ten On Ten (Redux) – Greater Vision

greatervision2009liveatoaktreemaxThis week the ten on ten (redux) will re-visit Greater Vision. On September 27th, 2011, I presented the original ten on ten feature for Greater Vision highlighting the group’s ten best albums. Since that time, Greater Vision released Our Most Requested…Live! (2012), For All He’s Done (2013) and most recently As We Speak (2015).  One of these albums actually changed the original top ten list of Greater Vision’s ten best albums.  This redux feature will also shine the spotlight on the three lowest ranking albums of the group’s career thus far.  First, the original list highlighting Greater Vision’s ten best recordings.

  1. When I See The Cross (1997)
  2. Quartets (2003)
  3. Perfect Candidate (2000)
  4. Far Beyond This Place (1999)
  5. It’s Just Like Heaven (1992)
  6. On A Journey (1991)
  7. Live At First Baptist Atlanta (2002)
  8. The King Came Down (1993)
  9. The Only Way (2011)
  10. Serving A Risen Savior (1994)

greatervision2012ourmostrequestedlivemaxNEW TOP TEN LIST:

  1. When I See The Cross (1997)
  2. Quartets (2003)
  3. Perfect Candidate (2000)
  4. Far Beyond This Place (1999)
  5. It’s Just Like Heaven (1992)
  6. On A Journey (1991)
  7. Live At First Baptist Atlanta (2002)
  8. The King Came Down (1993)
  9. For All He’s Done (2013)
  10. The Only Way (2011)

The lowest ranked albums in Greater Vision’s discography are as follows:

  1. Live At Oaktree (2009)
  2. The Church Hymnal Series – Volume 2 (1999)
  3. Our Most Requested…Live! (2012)
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2 thoughts on “Ten On Ten (Redux) – Greater Vision

  1. So glad you kept 5, 6 and 8 in there and added The Only Way. Love those. I was also a fan of 20 Inspirational Hits and My Favorite Place.

  2. I suspect I’m in the minority, but I would have “The Shepherd’s Found A Lamb” firmly in my top ten, probably in my top 3. I absolutely love the song selection on that project. It would be hard to choose what to take out, but of the projects on your list, I’d probably cut “On A Journey” even though I really like that one too!

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