Live at New Birth Cathedral

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Byron Cage: Live at New Birth Cathedral
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Live album by
ReleasedFebruary 18, 2003
Genre Gospel, Worship & Praise
Label GospoCentric Records
Producer Kurt Carr
Byron Cage chronology
Transparent in Your Presence
Byron Cage: Live at New Birth Cathedral
An Invitation to Worship

Byron Cage: Live At New Birth Cathedral (a.k.a. Prince of Praise) is the solo, self-titled, debut and third overall album by Byron Cage, released in 2003 on Gospocentric Records. The album was recorded live in Atlanta, Georgia and features production by famed gospel vocalist Kurt Carr.

Live at New Birth Cathedral peaked at #4 on the U.S. Gospel charts.

Track listing

2MagnifyMichael Brooks5:13
3The Presence of the Lord Is Here Kurt Carr 7:02
4Thou Art a Shield for Me

Psalm 3

Freda Tapp5:01
6There Is a Name Kurt Carr 7:21
7Byron Cage Medley

Glory Song/Yet Praise Him/Shabach

Byron Cage, Tobias Fox, Walt Whitman8:03
8That's What You Are to Me Kurt Carr 3:45
9It Is to You Donnie McClurkin 3:01
10Glory to Your NameJimmy Fisher4:17
11Never Too BusyBrent Jones3:44
12Still Say YesThomas Whitfield5:11

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