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Encore SLHour: Remembering WYD 2002: The CD Concert - Live!

July 29, 2017
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The WYD2002 compilation album is the only completely international Catholic music collection in the world with artists from over 15 different countries, singing in 7 different languages. They were all in Toronto for WYD in 2002 and pulled together a concert with most of the songs from the album. On this special encore edition of the SLHOUR, we bring you highlights from this special concert: the WYD2002 CD LIVE – recorded at Exhibition Place, on July 18th 2002. You’ll hear Tom Booth, Sarah Hart, Susan HooKong-Taylor, Janelle, Daniel Facerias, Hermana Glenda, Critical Mass, Julie Lafontaine, Jesse Manibusan, Martin Valverde, Migueli and Ziza.
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