Paul Oakley, Stuart Townend, Alun Leppitt - Young Lions: Introducing A New Generation Of Worship Leaders

Friday 1st December 1995
Paul Oakley, Stuart Townend, Alun Leppitt - Young Lions: Introducing A New Generation Of Worship Leaders
Paul Oakley, Stuart Townend, Alun Leppitt - Young Lions: Introducing A New Generation Of Worship Leaders

STYLE: Pop
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 5636-5474
LABEL: Kingsway Music KMCD874
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RELEASE DATE: 1995-08-18
RRP: £6.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

This has a freshness and musical vitality now lacking from many of the P&W veterans doing the big Bible weeks. Paul Oakley, Stuart Townend and Alun Leppitt are the young lions featured here (though Stuart hardly warrants the 'young' being a CCM veteran having played keys and guitar with many a big name). But I quibble. If there isn't anybody here quite as compelling as a Matt Redman or a Martin Smith and one or two of the vocals are a little iffy this is still a fresh worship expertly played and with no little anointing.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Psalm 30 (Sing To Him) [Listen]
2. From The Sleep Of Ages (Season Of Singing) [Listen]
3. Holy Is Your Name [Listen]
4. God Of Heaven (Heart Of A Lover) [Listen]
5. Sometimes When I Feel Your Love (I Love Your Love) [Listen]
6. Shout To The Lord [Listen]
7. Let Us Go (Up To The House Of God) [Listen]
8. He Is Faithful [Listen]
9. Lord How Majestic Your Are (Your Are My Everything) [Listen]
10. Great Are You Lord, And Mighty [Listen]
11. Who Paints The Skies- (River Of Fire) [Listen]
12. We Have Prayed (Let It Rain) [Listen]

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