Visit www.gospelsongsonline.com for more inspiring gospel music videos. I love the gospel song Already Here by Brian Courtney Wilson. The song has a smooth vibe that’s perfect for those quiet and reflective times. The song is on his “Just Love” CD. The lyrics are We watch and we wait Lord we anticipate the moment, you choose to appear. We worship we praise until there’s no debate, and we recognize you’re already here. Hallelujah, hallelujah, hal-le-lu-jah Hallelujah you’re already here. Hallelujah You’re already here. Oh God. We watch and we wait Lord we anticipate the moment, You choose to appear. We worship we praise until there’s no debate, and we recognize You’re already here. Hallelujah, hallelujah, hal-le-lu-jah Hallelujah You’re already here. Hallelujah. You’re already here. Hallelujah Hallelujah You’re here The balm for my wounded soul You’re here, God, because You choose to make us whole.
Deitrick Haddon – He’s Able Official Deitrick Haddon Youtube Channel www.YouTube.com/DeitrickHaddonTV
Wednesday 30th April 2003, Orpheum Theater, Memphis. The Stax Museum Of American Soul Music was due to open at the end of the week, and there was a series of concerts in Memphis as part of the opening ceremonies. I was there. Tuesday night saw a gig at the Gibson Guitar Factory, featuring Linda Lyndell, Mable John, Little Milton and Big Star. Thursday night would see a showing of the “Wattstax” movie at the Orpheum, followed by performances from students at the Stax Academy, Floyd Taylor (Johnnie Taylor’s son), The Temprees and The Soul Children who were surprise replacements for The Dramatics. The Soul Children are my favourite Stax act and I was stunned when Blackfoot Colbert and Norm West walked on stage, supported by Ann Hines and Archie Love. Anyway… Wednesday night was the big show – MC’ed by Al Bell, Richard Roundtree and others it was a who’s who of Memphis and Southern Soul: Eddie Floyd, Ann Peebles, Jean Knight, Carla Thomas, Isaac Hayes, Booker T & The MGs, Solomon Burke, William Bell, Percy Sledge, Little Milton, Al Green, Mack Rice and this man, introduced by Al Bell as “The Phenomonal Rance Allen.” I’d been looking forward to Rance’s performance, as had the friends I was with, but I don’t think any of us were expecting anything quite so stunning. This is, without a doubt, THE most incredible vocal performance I have ever witnessed. Unfortunately the DVD version edits out one of the best sections of the whole song which occurred just before that final wall …
Friday, September 18, 2009 – While at my Uncle Marv’s house, after rehearsing for the Ashford & Simpson / Hammon Singers Reunion Concert, we were surprised to see his friends Rev. Rance Allen and Pastor Bennie Oliphant walk through the door to pay him a visit unexpectedly. While they were catching up, laughing, and joking, Unc decided (on a whim) to create this “moment” (as he called it). A “moment” that will go down in history as a classic. I’m just honored that I was there to film it and witness first hand these seasoned, anointed, sangin’, Men of God doin what they love to do! So since I was blessed I wanted to be a blessing. So… Enjoy!!! And Be Blessed!!!
Music video by Deitrick Haddon performing Well Done. (C) 2011 Verity Gospel Music Group, a unit of Sony Music Entertainment