Kevin Prosch - Even So Come

Thursday 1st October 1992
Kevin Prosch - Even So Come
Kevin Prosch - Even So Come

STYLE: Rock
RATING 4 4 4 4
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 11550-14509
LABEL: Hosanna! Music
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1


Reviewed by Chris Berry

This is an album full of energy, vitality and at times, unfortunately, American mush. "Show Your Power" and "Shout To The Lord" set off at a driving pace. However, 'Even So Come' also shows the tearful side of worship too, that other-side-of-the Atlantic feeling that unfortunately can give the impression that the wor­ship leader is just doing it all for effect. Part of Kingsway's 'Really Live Worship' series, there is no doubt that this is a warts-and-all type of product. As with most worship there are some elements which ring true and others which we Brit's cannot relate very well to

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Show Your Power [Listen]
2. Shout To The Lord [Listen]
3. So Come [Listen]
4. Great Is The Lord [Listen]
5. His Banner Over Me [Listen]
6. Thanks Lord [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Offended in UK @ 12:27 on Mar 25 2009

How is that not a form of racism? Kevin Prosch is one of the most genuine and challenging worship leaders around even today. His nationality is unimportant.



Posted by Adrienne Lahr in Mesa, AZ @ 05:40 on Jun 24 2006

Absolutely powerful and moving.
Worth every penny.



Posted by Sue Chitty in Marseille, France @ 18:20 on Feb 5 2006

I'm glad someone challenged the reviewer's comments about Kevin Prosch's tearful rendering of 'So Come'. T o assume it is done for effect is to level a charge of gross insincerity; which is surely out of place in this context. Kevin is a sincere, prophetic guy of enormous depth, and is therefore unlikely to feign emotion. And the track itself is incredible. I remember weeping myself at the lines "For you will rend the heavens and fill your house with Glory."



Posted by Teresa in United Kingdom @ 20:39 on Nov 13 2005

By American 'mush' - I take it you mean unashamed love for the Lord?
I have a lot of American friends and I love them and their passion for Jesus, their openess with their emotions and their warmth & humanity.
What a pity so many of us english, with our stiff upper lips, have so many hang-ups when it comes true worship.
No wonder we don't have revival yet.





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