Classic Blackwood Brothers Recording Download

Mark Blackwood has a Facebook page for the classic version of the Blackwood Brothers.  He’s been mentioning for a while on the page about working on a recording of rare and previously unreleased tracks from the Pat Hoffmaster/Ken Turner era group.  The recording is now finished, and there is a free download of one of the tracks available here.  The track is “Blessed Assurance” featuring Patt Hoffmaster and is a nice example of the smooth blend that this particular lineup possessed.  Hoffmaster is another one of the underrated, largely forgotten tenors, but he does a masterful job on this classic hymn.  It also bears mentioning that the recording itself is of a very high quality, even though it was recorded now 25+ years ago.  The restoration is very well done, and the track truly sounds CD quality.  Mark has also stated that there will be a single released from this album, a song called “Living In The Land Of The Living.”  If you are a Facebook user, become a fan of the page, as Mark has left open the possibility of more track downloads, as well as information on purchasing/downloading the entire album.

About Wes Burke
I'm a .NET developer and Southern Gospel music fan. Married with a wonderful family.

One Response to Classic Blackwood Brothers Recording Download

  1. Larry says:

    Hi, I am looking for a digital recording of Joe Pat Hoffmaster’s “Blessed Assurance” to use at my father’s upcoming funeral. When I clicked on the download link, it apparently isn’t working any more as it took me to a “This domain name may be for sell” (TheBlackwoodBrothers.com)

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