Acappella Favorite Album #8 – Beyond A Doubt

Someone may correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe this cover was shot at Fort Nashville, with a wide-angle lens.

Some of the songs from this album are still concert favorites, including “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” and “I’m At Your Mercy.”   You may already know that the original O.J. Simpson trial was happening when “I’m At Your Mercy” was written.  Very fitting for today’s headlines as O.J. is in the news again with his release from prison. “If There Were No God” featured one of the most complicated arrangements of any Acappella tune ever, but very pleasing. I love hearing groups sing that song in other languages.

What is your favorite song on this album?

4 Comments

  1. My favorite song would have to be I Can Rejoice. But this is my favorite album by you guys.

  2. My Favorite Song in that album would have to be If there were no God. I really adore that acappella song by Acappella. Its so full of meaning. It answers to all those who say there’s no God the creator of everything.

  3. My Second Favorite Song in that album would have to be I’m at your Mercy with lead singer Robert Guy. I really adore that acappella song by Acappella. Oh Lord i’m at Your Mercy.

  4. Luis Sanchez

    My Favorite Song in that album would have to be “If there were no God” and then “I’m at your Mercy”

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