Dave Bilbrough, Revival Now Conference, Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship - Revival Worship

Published Wednesday 1st December 2004
Dave Bilbrough, Revival Now Conference, Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship - Revival Worship
Dave Bilbrough, Revival Now Conference, Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship - Revival Worship

STYLE: Pop
RATING 5 5 5 5 5
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 10804-9942
LABEL: Kingsway Music KMCD2550
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 3
RELEASE DATE: 2004-07-23
RRP: £16.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Yet another example of confusing (and probably misleading) packaging of old product. Kingsway Music have taken three past albums (1999's 'Live From Marsham Street' by Dave Bilbrough, 1999's 'Rivers Of Fire' recorded at the Revival Now conference with worship leader Isabel Simpson, and an album by the Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship, with worship leader Robert Critchley, which I have so far been unable to trace). Now it doesn't take a rocket scientist to work out that these three albums have no connection with each other and with changes in style and musical approach from album to album there is little or no continuity on this three CD box set. I know they all feature live worship but simply using the "revival" buzz word on the box is really a bit much! 

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Tell The World [Listen]
2. On Taste And See [Listen]
3. He Didn T Leave [Listen]
4. Talking Drum Response [Listen]
5. One Voice [Listen]
6. This Is The Place [Listen]
7. Because Of You [Listen]
8. Come To The Table [Listen]
9. What Love Is This [Listen]
10. Sung Response [Listen]
11. Hear Our Cry [Listen]
12. The Waves Are Breaking [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Tim in London @ 18:33 on Jun 28 2013

You should remember who is it praising. Who cares what the packaging is. Do you worship the packaging? I think not. Tony obviously thinks how something appears on a cover is more important than Jesus,



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