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"Be Thou My Vision" by Jeff Baker

From the album

Of Things Not Seen
Record Label: OA2 Records
By Jeff Baker
Released: 2006


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About the Album

Following up on his critically acclaimed 2007 release "Shopping for Your Heart," vocalist Jeff Baker returns with his latest studio album which fuses the timeless jazz tradition not with standards, but with hymns, spirituals, and simple songs that reflect his faith and spiritual journey. As he states in his liner notes - "The idea for this recording was simple. I wanted to make a jazz record for Christians who didn't love jazz, and for jazz fans that maybe didn't love Christians." "Of Things Not Seen" delivers a new perspective not only to jazz, but also to the journey of faith.

Track Listing

Just A Closer Walk; People Get Ready; I'll Fly Away; His Eye Is On The Sparrow; Be Thou My Vision; Come Thou Fount; Hallelujah Anyhow; Pass Me Not; Prayer; Full Of Grace; O Sweet Gaze.


Jeff Baker: vocals; Bill Anschell: piano; Jeff Johnson: bass; John Bishop: drums; Brent Jensen: saxophone; Dave Peterson: guitar.

Date featured

September 3, 2009

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