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When The Saints Go Marching In

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Inspirational Song of the Week
Monday – Sunday, July 18 – 24, 2016

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About Goin’ Home – On Heaven and Beyond – A Gospel Cantata:  The purpose of this album is to open our eyes to the timelessness of our future. After all, isn’t that what the basis of what Heaven is all about? Moving on. No endings – only new beginnings. 

The contemplation of this inevitable transition has turned out to be a joyful exploration and appreciation of life. With great abandon. The rewards of the music and lyrics and energies of the performers are great and simply full of life – just as it should be. “This album is a gift to the world from literally hundreds of people who have supported it from its inception.” -Peter Link

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When The Saints Go Marching In

Performed by
Peter Link, Julia Wade, Jenny Burton, John James,
&  Men’s Quartet: John James, Keith Fluitt, Kevin Osborne & Darryl Tookes

Music and Lyrics by Katharine Purvis (lyrics)
and James Milton Black
With Additional Music and Lyrics
by Peter Link

Produced, Orchestrated and Arranged by Peter Link

About When the Saint Go Marching In:  Here is a song known by people all over the world. It seemed only right to set this song high in the clouds on Heaven’s Highway as the saints from all religions march by  — arm in arm in unity and oneness.

“No words can fully depict what I felt when viewing Goin’ Home – On Heaven and Beyond for the very first time.  Should I live to be 100 years old, what I saw and heard will forever remain engraved in my heart and mind as well.  Much gratefulness flows from me to you for sharing your love & passion for music down through the years… ” -Wanda Peters, NYC

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2 thoughts on “When The Saints Go Marching In

  1. So timely if we consider another group of saints – from Baton Rouge, Minneapolis, Dallas, black and white, protestors and protectors, sellers of CDs and those with broken tail lights. I like to see these saints linked arm-in-arm as well, united in peace and swinging along after Satchmo in joyous abandon. Well done once again, Peter Link, julia Wade, Jenny Buron, John James, and all.

  2. Hadn’t heard this song in a while. As I listened today, I was filled with wonder at the great majesty of our Lord! I was transported back to my mom’s church in the Bronx. I needed this reminder that our world and our lives are wrapped up in something so much greater, bigger, mysterious, joyful, victorious and wonderful! I take my hat off to all the wonderful talent that came together to send this song back into the world!!!

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