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April 18, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM
While trumpet blasts heralded Jericho's fall, the Biblical account says it was the massed cry of human voices that finally made the walls come tumbling down. It is impossible today to comprehend how such a shout must have sounded. But in listening to Sweet Honey in the Rock, thea cappella folk-and-gospel group from Washington, D.C., one is reminded just how potent a force the voice alone can be.
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April 18, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM
While trumpet blasts heralded Jericho's fall, the Biblical account says it was the massed cry of human voices that finally made the walls come tumbling down. It is impossible today to comprehend how such a shout must have sounded. But in listening to Sweet Honey in the Rock, thea cappella folk-and-gospel group from Washington, D.C., one is reminded just how potent a force the voice alone can be.
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April 18, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM, Mike Boehm covers pop music for The Times Orange County Edition.
For almost 18 years, Sweet Honey in the Rock has been making its way on voice power alone. The all-woman a cappella folk-gospel singing group from Washington, D.C., has won wide acclaim for showing just how powerful five voices can be. A Sweet Honey performance in Sydney, Australia, in December prompted ecstatic absolutes from one critic, who declared that "in more than 20 years of reviewing concerts, I have never been so deeply moved and so elated by a performance. . . .
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April 18, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM, Mike Boehm covers pop music for The Times Orange County Edition.
For almost 18 years, Sweet Honey in the Rock has been making its way on voice power alone. The all-woman a cappella folk-gospel singing group from Washington, D.C., has won wide acclaim for showing just how powerful five voices can be. A Sweet Honey performance in Sydney, Australia, in December prompted ecstatic absolutes from one critic, who declared that "in more than 20 years of reviewing concerts, I have never been so deeply moved and so elated by a performance. . . .
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