Michael W Smith - Michael W Smith Project (Re-issue)

Michael W Smith - Michael W Smith Project (Re-issue)
Michael W Smith - Michael W Smith Project (Re-issue)

RATING Not Rated
LABEL: Reunion 080688314323
RRP: £9.99

Sample Track Listing:
1. Sonata In D Major [Listen]
2. You Need A Saviour [Listen]
3. Could He Be The Messiah [Listen]
4. Too Many Times [Listen]
5. Be Strong And Courageous [Listen]
6. Looking Up [Listen]
7. The Race Is On [Listen]
8. First Light - Love In The Light [Listen]
9. Friends [Listen]
10. Great Is The Lord [Listen]
11. Alpha Overture [Listen]

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Product Description
Michael's powerful debut album from is full of energy, excitement, and the keyboard/synthesizer sound heard all over pop radio during the early 1980's. But more than that, this album showcases the promise of a great new talent that so many now know and love.

Reader Comments

Posted by Don in state of Delaware @ 20:29 on May 19 2010

I have this album in the original vinyl format; great lp!This album showcases Michael's keyboard talents as well as his vocal style. This was the very first album I purchased by Michael. I was glad to see Amy Grant contributing vocals to his classic signature song "Friends". The background vocals of Jackie Cusic on "Could He be the Messiah" accent the song towards the end. "You Need a SAVIOUR" was the first song I heard by Michael on ccm radio. I saw Michael on a Bill Gaither special, he sang "Great is the LORD", it was nice to hear after soo many years. The original vinyl cover portrays Michael with beard and short straight hair. Michael's first concert video includes several #'s from "Project" lp. The concert includes spec. guests Amy Grant and Gary Chapman, and the very talented singer/songwriter Wayne Kirkpatrick. GOD Bless! - Don

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