On the Road to Kingdom Come sounded more like a rock album than anything Harry Chapin had done to date. In the hands of sympathetic producer/arranger Stephen Chapin, Harry's songs are infused with clever and often humorous bits of musical commentary – horns, electric guitars, keyboards, backing vocals, and various sound effects pop up at opportune times throughout – that makes much of the material instantly ingratiating.
An antiphon for the Lambertus vespers, and a famous piece of music in Liège. With the voices of Conor Biggs, Peter Maus, Philippe Souvagie, Govaart Haché, Adriaan De Koster, Paul Schils, Sander Le Roy, Pieter Coene and Hendrik Vanden Abeele (artistic direction). The antiphon is part of the office for Lambertus, as made by Etienne de Liège. The manuscript used is Utrecht, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Ms. 406. The antiphon is on folio 171r and 171v. Stephen of Liège was bishop of Liège from 901 to 920. He was a hagiographer and composer of church music. He was an abbot of Lobbes and canon of Metz Cathedral. His In Festi Sanctisissimae Trinitatis, an office for the feast of the Trinity, is available as a recording. The celebration of the Feast of the Holy Trinity is attributed to him.
"Haiti Cherie" is a traditional patriotic song of Haiti. Written and composed by Dr. Othello Bayard de Cayes and initially called "Souvenir d'Haiti," it represents the pride Haitian people feel for their country and culture. Ti Corn, a Haitian of German descent, recorded "Haiti Cherie" in the 1960s.