Andrew Marcus - Constant

Published Wednesday 1st February 2017
Andrew Marcus - Constant
Andrew Marcus - Constant

STYLE: Pop
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 162658-25004
LABEL: BEC Recordings
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by Ian Whitwood

This is a quality worship album by a gifted Vancouver-based musician with a decade of successful songwriting, singing and worship leading behind him. 'Constant' features 10 rich and vibrant faultlessly produced songs highlighting Andrew's crystal clear voice. The title track bears the hallmark of guest artist Leeland (co-writer of the recent classic "Lion And The Lamb") as he and Andrew combine in singing "You've Always Been Faithful" to stress God's unchanging nature. "Good To Me" features another major songwriting talent Paul Baloche in a song of surrender and appreciation of God's love and goodness. "Glory To His Name", also released as a single, is a solid worship song with a powerful conclusion, combining strident backing vocals and instrument as the chorus reaches a crescendo while the final track, "Yahweh", is a live version of the seventh track and is another polished performance with the concluding words, "Yours is the kingdom/Yours is the power/Yours is the glory/For ever and ever." Powerful stuff.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. We Are Redeemed [Listen]
2. Constant Ftg Leeland [Listen]
3. You Are With Me [Listen]
4. Good To Me Ftg Paul Baloche [Listen]
5. Glory To His Name [Listen]
6. We Live [Listen]
7. Yahweh [Listen]
8. You Are With Me (Live) [Listen]
9. Good To Me (Live) [Listen]
10. Yahweh (Live) [Listen]

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