Inspirational Song of the Week
Monday – Sunday, February 29 – March 6, 2016
“Words cannot express the feeling your CD brought me. It’s just wonderful.”
— Steve Butler Bronx, New York
“Osceola Davis’ … winsome personality was instantaneously appealing, her tone glowed like freshly fallen snow, and her direct, heartfelt interpretive manner was absolutely perfect for this beloved yet often so artistically elusive repertory… That selection and Davis’ ecstatic rendition of ‘He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands’ (capped by a stunning high E Flat) got the biggest ovations of the afternoon, but the entire program was a delightful, frequently very moving experience.” — Bill Zakariasen, The Daily News
Music: John Carter
Text: traditional spirituals
Produced by Peter Link
Join Osceola Davis as she takes you on an uplifting journey in her new CD, Climbing High Mountains. Osceola has a true classical voice that is at the same time pure, musical and accessible. In her new CD, she sings great spirituals and sacred songs that are classics in themselves, but with new and extremely fresh arrangements that will grab your ear and thrill your heart.
With songs like, Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child, Behold, What Manner Of Love, Ride Up In The Chariot, Ain’t Got Time To Die, and the immortal He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands, our favorite is the superb Cantata, a ten minute powerhouse of Spirituals.