VOTE: Best Southern Gospel Album Of The 1990’s: Final 4

We’ve made it to the final four, in our search for the best Southern Gospel album of the 1990’s.  Gold City dominated the last round advancing all three of their albums to the final four.

Each reader is allowed ONE VOTE PER DAY.  Polls for the final 4 will remain open through Wednesday (04/10/19).

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2 thoughts on “VOTE: Best Southern Gospel Album Of The 1990’s: Final 4

  1. I am surprised that all of the Cathedrals albums (especially “High and Lifted Up”) have been eliminated. That being said, I am glad that Gold City’s “What A Great Lifestyle” made the final four because it is probably my favorite (non-live) Gold City album. I think I actually prefer it just a little more than “Pillars Of Faith”.

    1. Isn’t that quartet blasphemy? (Kidding). Pillars was great but I never held it in the esteem everyone else did. I wasn’t a huge Free/Parker GC fan. I like their later albums the best. I think my favorite is
      Windows Of Home—that’s when we first started hearing a less nasal Brian Free. I was a bigger fan of Renewed and Standing in the Gap.

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