Alleluia Worship Band - The Glory Of Your Presence

Sunday 1st December 1996
Alleluia Worship Band - The Glory Of Your Presence
Alleluia Worship Band - The Glory Of Your Presence

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 6642-1989
LABEL: Integrity 01402
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by Mark Coates

A soft pop worship album from the Integrity Music stable. It's a compilation of worship songs that are well written and performed and produced in Australia rather than the usual USA. It makes for pleasant listening and will I'm sure be enjoyed by some though for me, I found it slightly bland in style, particularly the "We Bow Down/Bow Down" medley. However, I enjoyed soloist Bo Parker's performance of the second track, "No Eye Has Seen" while the one really exceptional track is "Shout To The Lord", sung here by the song's composer Darlene Zschech. It's a beautiful love song to Jesus and is produced, arranged and mostly played by Nick Coetze in Brisbane, Australia.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Offering Of Thanks [Listen]
2. No Eye Has Seen [Listen]
3. All Hail King Jesus [Listen]
4. I Belong To A Mighty God [Listen]
5. Medley- We Bow Down-Bow Down [Listen]
6. As High As The Heavens [Listen]
7. Shout To The Lord [Listen]
8. We Give You Thanks [Listen]
9. Come And Behold Him [Listen]
10. Oh The Glory Of Your Presence [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Brother Teth in Newcastle under lyme @ 15:55 on Nov 10 2016

The production, instrumentation & vocals are all top drawer. As is with all Alleluia Worship Band albums. Classy stuff. L



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