The list author says: "It seems a lot of people are under the impression that The Mormon Tabernacle Choir was popular in the 1950s, but haven't done much lately - but in 2007 it had the number one album on the classical charts for five weeks, and has been nominated for a Grammy award in 2008. Recent albums have jumped to the top of the Classical and Classical Crossover charts on Billboard. Check out how this one-of-a-kind institution has been making glorious music today!"
"The Choir's first album on it's own label, this album is simply one of the best choral albums of the century - featuring songs by Mack Wilberg, John Rutter, and others, it is a peaceful, spiritual feast."
"This CD is a collection of songs lauding the American Prophet Joseph Smith Jr. Might not appeal to members of other faiths, but the singing and arrangements are glorious. Might want to check it out if you're curious. The most "Mormon" of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's many albums."
"Due for release in March 2009, this CD features brand new recordings of American folk songs and hymns - another wonderful collection of music from America's Choir. Songs include "Saints Bound For Heaven", "His Voice As The Sound", "The Battle Of Jericho" and more."
"The Mormon Tabernacle Choir made it's first recording on September 10, 1910. This collection commemorates that event by showcasing the most requested songs by the Choir on a double-disc set, along with a CD/DVD bonus disc with archival sound and video files."