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Harvest

41 Will Come 41 Will Come
1-Jan-1995
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Mighty River Mighty River
1-Jan-1993
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Let's Fight for a Generation Let's Fight for a Generation
1-Jan-1991
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The Early Works The Early Works
1-Jan-1991
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Carry On Carry On
1-Jan-1990
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Holy Fire Holy Fire
1-Jan-1988
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Give Them Back Give Them Back
1-Jan-1987
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Only the Overcomers Only the Overcomers
1-Jan-1986
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Best of Harvest Best of Harvest
1-Jan-1985
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Voices Voices
1-Jan-1984
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Send Us to the World Send Us to the World
1-Jan-1983
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It's Alright Now It's Alright Now
1-Jan-1982
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Morning Sun Morning Sun
1-Jan-1981
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Harvest Harvest
1-Jan-1979
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Harvest is listed in the credits for the following albums:

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Harvest

Harvest

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Harvest is a Christian band founded in Lindale, Texas by Jerry Williams in 1977. The vision of Harvest was to see 100 million people come to know Jesus Christ personally through the band's music ministry.

Jerry Williams had come from a nightclub entertainment background and music had been a major part of his life. In an interview, Williams stated that "[he] realized there had to be more to life than sports cars and dating beauty queens . . . I became a Christian." Williams spent some time playing the guitar on Texas streets before becoming a pastor in Indiana. Along with Jerry Williams, the original members of Harvest were Ed Kerr and Paul Wilbur - both music students. Wilbur had met Williams at a church where Williams was the youth pastor, and Williams had been influential in Wilbur's decision to become a Christian. Ed Kerr was a mutual friend of both Williams and Wilbur. Kerr had met Williams at a rally at Indiana University in Bloomington, and made a decision to become a Christian afterwards. The three men collaborated on the first two albums created by Harvest: Harvest and Morning Sun.

Later in 1981, personal problems forced Williams to disband the original Harvest group - which at one time had numbered five. The group was reformed as a duo of Williams and Kerr. Williams and Kerr were together for the production of many records, including It's Alright Now, Send Us to the World, Voices, Only the Overcomers, Give Them Back, Holy Fire and Carry On. In 1982 the magazine CCM took notice of the duo in its article, "A Bountiful Harvest."  The writer praised the group's vocal harmonies and was especially fond of the song "Because I Am" (found on the album It's Alright Now).

In 1988, it was the Discovery Broadcasting Network that took note of the band. The network recorded a live video of Harvest in concert. On the cover of the video, the network stated that Harvest averages "over 100 concerts a year."

By 1991, Ed Kerr left the group and Harvest became a five-player band led by Williams. With various members, Williams' band produced Let's Fight (For a Generation), Mighty River, and 41 Will Come. In 1992 the band went on an "Olympic and European Tour." They performed in Spain at the Barcelona Summer Olympics and at the Sevilla World Expo. Their tour also took them into Germany as part of Operation Mobilisation's "Love Europe" crusade. Harvest finished its tour with a performance in Holland.

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Created by siremidor - 26-July-2010
Last Edited by siremidor - 03-March-2014
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