Kings Church, Wales, UK - Don't Limit God

Tuesday 1st June 1999
Kings Church, Wales, UK - Don't Limit God
Kings Church, Wales, UK - Don't Limit God

STYLE: Pop
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 173-18
LABEL: Alliance 1901702
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RRP: £2.50

Reviewed by Ian Hayter

My heart sank when this album arrived - another collection of worship music from a local church! But this turns out to be very good, live worship as it should be. The instrumentation is superb - wonderful brass, thumping bass, sensitive percussion, and great guitars and keyboards. The voices are clearly worshipping rather than performing and the production is just right - more than good enough to be highly professional, but not so slick and glossy as to be artificial. The songs are all written by members of the church (except for Darlene Zschech's "The Potter's Hand") and inspire real praise and worship. King's Church Pastor, Ray Bevan, gets to lead on one track and there are some great solos, both vocal and instrumental. British contemporary worship at its very best. Don't miss it!

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Gonna Make An Impact [Listen]
2. Don't Limit God [Listen]
3. I'm Free [Listen]
4. Fly Like An Eagle [Listen]
5. Jesus How I Love Your Name [Listen]
6. Lord I Long To Know You [Listen]
7. This Is Our Year [Listen]
8. I'm Blessed [Listen]
9. In Your Presence [Listen]
10. The Potter's Hand [Listen]
11. All Praise [Listen]
12. Let Me Run To You [Listen]
13. You're Able [Listen]

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