Christine D'Clario - De Vuelta Al Jardín

Published Wednesday 25th September 2013
Christine D'Clario - De Vuelta Al Jardín
Christine D'Clario - De Vuelta Al Jardín

STYLE: Latin
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 122981-19990
LABEL: Integrity 49872
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RELEASE DATE: 2012-02-27
RRP: £12.99

Reviewed by Tim Holden

Christine has been leading worship for over 10 years and this is her third album. The experience shows with some great melodies interwoven with Christine's wonderful voice, which is equally at home belting out over a rock track as it is caressing the occasional soulful ballad. It has to be admitted that not understanding Spanish is a hindrance to getting the most out of an album sung in that language but it does not stop the heart of worship or the quality of the musicianship and production from coming over loud and strong. One of the highlights is a passionate version of John Mark McMillan's "How He Loves" ("El Nos Ama") which works as well in Spanish as it does in English. Well worth a listen.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. El Cordero De Dios [Listen]
2. Te Exaltaré [Listen]
3. Gloria En Lo Alto [Listen]
4. Él Nos Ama [Listen]
5. Canto Celestial [Listen]
6. Jesús [Listen]
7. Él Me Encontró [Listen]
8. Contigo Yo Quiero Estar [Listen]
9. En Libertad [Listen]
10. Como Dijiste [Listen]
11. El Premio [Listen]

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Product Description
Produced by Elijah Mosely (John Mark McMillan) and Christine D'Clario, De Vuelta al Jardín (Back to the Garden) presents worship that will draw you into a raw place harboured deep within the human spirit, its songs combine to lead listeners on a journey back to the depths of an intimate relationship with God, the way He intended at the beginning, when Creator and creation were inseparable.

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