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Year: 2016

Runtime: 01:18:26

Cory Henry takes a nostalgic journey back to his home church with The Revival, an ode to icons who have influenced modern music and a professional snapshot of Henry's discography. This live performance features the Hammond organ, Henry's first instrument, which has a rich history going back to the 1940s. Noting that it doesn't get as much recognition today, Cory Henry wants the audience to not only experience the organ from a gospel perspective, but also appreciate its vital contribution to diverse genres of music.

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Christian And Gospel, Jazz, Funk

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