Russell Hughes - Revival Day

Thursday 1st February 1996
Russell Hughes - Revival Day
Russell Hughes - Revival Day

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 5 5 5 5 5
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

As director of worship for the Joshua Worship Ministry, Russell is one of East Anglia's leading worship leaders with a reputation now spreading further afield. This, his first CD, suffers a bit from a limited budget and unimaginative arrangements though there are some attractive and already popular worship songs like "Shed For Me" and "I Want To Sing", the title songs is a bit different, a slice of social comment reggae. My favourite track was the moving ballad "Is It Too Much To Ask?" with a vocal from guest vocalist Ruth Reeve. For those already familiar with the brother's ministry this will do the job nicely.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Come Holy Fire [Listen]
2. Shed For Me [Listen]
3. I Want To Sing [Listen]
4. You Rescued Me [Listen]
5. Revival Day [Listen]
6. You Do Not Delight [Listen]
7. Is It Too Much To Ask [Listen]
8. Fathers Arms [Listen]
9. Nothings Gonna Take Your Love [Listen]
10. Who Will Speak To These Bones [Listen]

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