Join this Broadway performer for an audio tour of an album filled with music celebrating the atonement and the Savior's personal effect on our lives.
Whether he's toured with "Les Mis" or his current gig in "Phantom of the Opera," Dallyn Bayles always seems to find a connection with redemption in his characters. It isn't much of a stretch at all though to find the themes of love and redemption in the life of the Savior, or in this album celebrating his atonement and the effect he has on each of us personally.
On a paternity break from "Phantom," (he and his wife Rachel just welcomed their fourth child) Bayles talks about new versions of traditional favorites like "Come Thou Fount" and "Amazing Grace," and the more contemporary pieces he's sprinkled in, like "He'll Find a Way" and "Come Harvest Time." It's great listening for fans of rich orchestration and a trained voice.
How Can I Keep From Singing? (featuring Jenny Oaks Baker, violin)
How Great the Wisdom and the Love
Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing
He'll Find a Way
I Know That My Redeemer Lives
I'm Trying to Be Like Jesus
A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief
My Shepherd Will Supply My Need
Amazing Grace (featuring Jenny Oaks Baker, violin)
Come Harvest Time
Jesus, Once of Humble Birth (featuring the Brigham Young University Singers)
Bonus track: O, Divine Redeemer (live)