Ben Castle - Worship Him On The Clarinet

Tuesday 1st June 1999
Ben Castle - Worship Him On The Clarinet
Ben Castle - Worship Him On The Clarinet

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 279-126
LABEL: Spirit Of Praise SPND019
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RRP: £2.50

Reviewed by Dawn Tucker

Mellow, calm and relaxed are words I feel sum up the atmosphere of this album. The collection of 12 worship songs captures both old and new, with tracks including "Abide With Me" and "Lord You Have My Heart". One particular track that caught my attention was the rendition of "O Father Of The Fatherless". The arrangement included piano and guitar which added to the crescendo of the musical interpretation and gave the urge to burst into song! Another track which was transformed by the clarity of the tone of the clarinet was "You Make Your Face To Shine On Me". Yes, it is another instrumental worship album, one of many available at the present time. However, the musical arrangements of the songs are innovative and give them a different perspective. A definite asset to any CD collecton and a useful tool in unwinding and refocusing your mind after a long day.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Here Is Love [Listen]
2. Lord You Have My Heart [Listen]
3. As The Deer [Listen]
4. See Me, Hear Me [Listen]
5. Draw Me Close To You [Listen]
6. To Be In Your Presence [Listen]
7. I Long For You [Listen]
8. O Father Of The Fatherless [Listen]
9. Contentment [Listen]
10. You Make Your Face To Shine On Me [Listen]
11. Be Still-Faithful God [Listen]
12. Abide With Me [Listen]

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