He Touched Me
He Touched Me was a different kind of gospel album, a conscious updating that mixed a “contemporary Christian” approach with familiar gospel classics. It was a deliberate broadening of style in both music and repertoire and included material from adventurous new sources both black (Andrae Crouch) and white (Bill Gaither). Like each of the previous religious albums, it sold reasonably well to start off with (200,000 copies) but continued to sell (more than a million copies to date), while also earning Elvis his second Grammy Award.
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