Andrew Mitchell - Music Collection

Published Thursday 9th February 2006
Andrew Mitchell - Music Collection
Andrew Mitchell - Music Collection

RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 14755-10586
LABEL: Authentic 8203637
RRP: £0.20

Reviewed by Lins Honeyman

Andrew Mitchell is the artist formerly known as Andrew Jenkins Lamb who came into view four years ago with the Phil Lidstone produced 'Worlds Collide' and has released this multimedia sampler to support the advent of his recent Authentic worship album 'Your Kingdom Come'. Partly intended as a worship tool for churches, the disc contains the music scores and powerpoint lyrics for all 10 songs on the album and this will no doubt provide worship groups with the opportunity to explore fresh material with an assurance of quality that Andrew's songwriting provides. Also featured is the video for "You Lift Me Up" and a demo version of new song "Holy Lord, King Of Kings" which Andrew promises will be on his next album. Given that this is billed as a demo, the high calibre of the song itself and its production (presumably by Nashville's Alan Shacklock as per the album?) makes one wonder what the finished article will be like. Andrew also includes a lengthy biography explaining his relationship with God and his calling into the music ministry and a sample of his forthcoming book Your Will Be Done which is due to be published this year. This presentation of Andrew's work will point many people in the direction of his new release but it may have been more economical for both Andrew and the consumer to have released this disc as part of the album itself. Nonetheless, a very useful tool in its own right.

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