The Savannah Community Choir

It's Alright Now


“Oh magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt His name together” Psalms 34:3 Malaco Music Group, birthplace of the world-renowned Mississippi Mass and Georgia Mass Choirs, presents yet another gospel powerhouse: The Savannah Community Choir. This choir’s debut disc was guided by its mentor, gospel legend Dorothy Norwood. Read More

Track Listing:
  • 1. Guess Who  
  • 2. It's On The Way  
  • 3. It's On The Way (Story) 
  • 4. Over Yonder  
  • 5. Get Away Jordan  
  • 6. It's Alright Now
  • 7. It's Alright Now (Reprise)
  • 8. I Thank You Lord
  • 9. No Not One
  • 10. Do Lord
  • 11. Searching
  • 12. Amazing Grace

Dorothy leads this mighty, yet intimate group on many songs. She also wrote or arranged several of the album’s cuts. The unforgettably moving recording session was held live at the United House of Prayer in Savannah, Ga. “The Choir magnified the Lord with music of hope, joy, inspiration and love that will lift you to the realms of glory,” said Jay Bryant of Savannah radio WSOK-AM. “His presence was felt among His singers and His people as the anointing flowed freely from heart to heart. This album is for those who love to have church and who enjoy church music, listen and be blessed.” The choir reopens our hearts with new arrangements to gospel classics – including the hymns “No Not One”, “Do Lord (Remember Me)” and “Amazing Grace”; the Mattie Moss Clark classic “Thank You Lord”; The Dorothy Love Coates classic “Get Away Jordan”; and Dorothy Norwood’s own standard “Searching.” The album also carries gospel’s newest sounds. Malaco’s top-selling Norwood teamed with newer Malaco sensation John Morris to write the contemporary, two-part masterwork “It’s On The Way,” which includes one of her famous stories. She also co-wrote “It’s Alright Now,” a praise-filled anthem exalted by the choir. Another unique cut, “Guess Who,” rocks with shouts of victory in this monumental musical event.

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