Victory Live

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Victory Live
Live album by Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing
Released United States May 23, 2006
Recorded December 3, 2005
Genre Urban contemporary gospel
Hip hop
Length 70:02
Label Columbia
Producer Tye Tribbett; Thaddaeus Tribbett; Dana Sorey: Chauncey Childs
Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing chronology
Life
(2004)
Victory Live
(2006)
'"Stand Out"
(2008)

Victory Live is the second American Gospel music album released by Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing on Columbia Records in 2006. Recorded on Saturday, December 3, 2005 at Philadelphia's Deliverance Evangelistic Church, Victory Live captures the group's passionate gospel performance in all its praise-worthy spirit-filled glory. Tye Tribbett and G.A. shared the power of their electrifying soul-stirring new gospel sounds with their fans in Philly and were joined by the biggest stars in gospel music including Mary Mary, Hezekiah Walker, Donnie McClurkin, Kim Burrell and Israel Houghton.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Time
1. "Intro" (featuring Kirk Franklin) 2:03
2. "I Want It Back" 5:28
3. "Bless the Lord" 5:21
4. "Hallelujah to Your Name" 5:27
5. "Everything Will Be Alright" 5:30
6. "Everything Will Be Alright (Reprise)" (featuring Kim Burrell) 1:41
7. "G.A. Hymn (Who Else But God)" 6:04
8. "Seated at the Right Hand of God" 6:20
9. "Look Up (Lude)" 1:08
10. "No Other Choice" 4:44
11. "Sinking" 7:19
12. "Still Have Joy" 5:07
13. "1-2 (Victory Check)" 3:18
14. "Victory" 4:09
15. "Victory (Outro)" 2:01
16. "Everything Part I, Part II/Bow Before the King" (Bonus Track) 4:22

Personnel[edit]

Lead Vocals

  • Tye Tribbett
  • Kim Burrell on Everything Will Be Alright (Reprise)
  • Demaris Tribbett on Seated at the Right Hand of God
  • Aaron Camper and Angela White on G.A. Hymn (Who Else But God)
  • Thaddaeus Tribbett on No Other Choice

Greater Anointing

  • Sopranos: Demaris Tribbett, Dania Daniels, Carolyn Benjamin, Candace Felder, Shukriyyah "Peachie" Parham, Shaylah Stevens, Shannon Murray
  • Tenors: Aaron Camper, Timothy Neil Kennedy, Darnell Parham, Jerome White, Lionel Brown
  • Altos: Shanté Tribbett, Angela White, Deanna Moore, Dionne Bowens, Kimberly Tribbett, Daneen Parham

SoundCheck (Band)

  • Keyboards: Parris "Diddy" Bowens
  • Organ/Keyboards: Dana "C-Bazz" Sorey
  • Drums: George "Spanky" McCurdy
  • Percussion: Leonard "Pudge" Tribbett
  • Bass Guitar: Thaddaeus Tribbett
  • Lead Guitar: Darnell Miller
  • Trumpet: Christopher "Chris" Stevens
  • Trumpet: Theljon Allen
  • Alto Sax: Danté Felder
  • Tenor Sax: Jeffrey Jones
  • Trombone: Curtis Jones
  • Flute: Delandria Mills

Technical credits[edit]

  • Thom Cadley, Engineer
  • James Poyser, Executive Producer
  • Erwin Gorostiza, Art Direction
  • James Cruz, Mastering
  • Dana Sorey, Producer
  • Ryan Moys, Overdub engineer
  • Fusako Chubachi, Art Direction
  • Chauncey Childs, Executive Producer

Chart performance[edit]

Victory Live peaked at No. 64 on the The Billboard 200 chart on October 22, 2005 (2005-10-22). [1] It also reached #1 on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart.[1]

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