Kempen Kids - Worshipping Kids Vol 2

Saturday 1st February 1992
Kempen Kids - Worshipping Kids Vol 2

STYLE: Childrens
RATING 4 4 4 4
LABEL: Kingsway Music 2517
FORMAT: Cassette Album

Reviewed by Tony May

Can't really add much to the review of Vol. 1 in issue 8, from the perceptive pen of the fledgling Cummings. The young 'uns sing out with great gusto to the usual sort of punchy beat and convey a commendable degree of enthusiasm, I suppose. The 22 songs are mainly very well-worn ditties of quite a few years standing, not that the teenie-weenies are to know that, bless 'em. O.K. is the best I can offer. Now, where did I put that Glories tape?

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Posted by Sue in North West @ 10:14 on Jan 25 2014

I was so taken aback by the tone of Tony May's review that I have decided to leave my own comment. This tape is old now (1991), however, in its time it was loved and requested consistently for use both at home and in my car by my own child and the children of others, including those with no faith background. Regardless of Tony's sense of superiority over the "young 'uns" and "teenie-weenies", in my experience what matters is that they engage through worship - of whatever kind - with their Lord. I came online this morning to try to find a digital copy, now I am a grandmother because I have no doubts whatsoever that its popularity will have stood the tests of time and technology. Furthermore, I have no doubts over of the accessibility and spiritual basis of the songs for younger children's ears. Sophistication isn't always all that it's cracked up to be - I am 56 now and the songs still arise from within my spirit intermittently (as one has today) during quiet times of prayer. Long live the simplicity of children's praise!

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