Don Moen - God Is Good: Worship With Don Moen

Monday 1st February 1999
Don Moen - God Is Good: Worship With Don Moen
Don Moen - God Is Good: Worship With Don Moen

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
LABEL: Hosanna 13112
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Paul Obrey

I’m going to do my bit for the environment today. Save a bit of tree. If you’d like to look at my review in the last magazine of another Don Moen CD, ‘God For Us’, you can apply it to this one. It is strikingly similar. In fact I had to check the title of the last one because I thought I’d been sent the same recording twice! But no. Just the same sound, same choir, same twee atmosphere, same ‘talky bits’. A couple of the tracks are even the same songs. So read the last review. And take off a square for lack of originality. Hopefully the paper I save with this short review will go some way to making up for the plastic Hosanna! have wasted on this CD. Paul Obrey

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Praise Looks Good On You [Listen]
2. We've Come To Bless Your Name [Listen]
3. God Is Good All The Time [Listen]
4. I Offer My Life [Listen]
5. Be Magnified [Listen]
6. God Will Make A Way [Listen]
7. Let Your Glory Fall [Listen]
8. God Is The Strength Of My Heart [Listen]
9. Shout To The Lord [Listen]
10. Hallelujah To The Lamb [Listen]
11. Our Heart [Listen]

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Product Description
A passion to know God was evident as 7,000 people, led by Don Moen, worshipped God together at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Features classic songs like 'Praise Looks Good On You, God Will Make A Way', and a duet performance of 'Our Heart' by Moen and fellow worship leader Ron Kenoly.

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