Soul Survivor - Soul Survivor Live 1995

Friday 1st December 1995
Soul Survivor - Soul Survivor Live 1995
Soul Survivor - Soul Survivor Live 1995

STYLE: Rock
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 6830-1541
LABEL: ICC ICCD 14420
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Scorching rock worship where the playing is hot, the atmosphere is euphoric and the anointing is profoundly present. Matt Redman has this last year really come into his own and "The Cross Has Said It All", "It's Rising Up" and "I Will Dance (Undignified)" all sung here are gems. If Matt wasn't enough, this album also offers two songs from the prophet musician who in many ways has been the seminal figure in giving British youth a vision for worship, Kevin Prosch, and two songs from Martin Smith-like Canadian Jeff Searle. Lots of wonderful songs and an album that stands up even if you weren't blessed enough to get to the Royal Bath And West Showground.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. The Cross Has Said It All [Listen]
2. Because Of This Love [Listen]
3. Can I Ascend (I'm Coming Up The Mountain) [Listen]
4. They That Wait On The Lord [Listen]
5. When You've Been Broken (Kiss The Son) [Listen]
6. It's Rising Up [Listen]
7. Did You Feel The Mountains Tremble [Listen]
8. I Remember The Day (Remember) [Listen]
9. Long Ago Even Before [Listen]
10. I Have Come To Love You [Listen]
11. Have You Not Said (Fill Us Up And Send Us Out) [Listen]
12. I Will Dance (Undignified) [Listen]
13. You're The Only One Lord [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by David Hall-Smith @ 22:47 on Nov 21 2007

As good as '94 - obvously the recording is nothing like being there. Once again - rocking keyboards (hammond and piano), drums, funky bass lines and screaming lead guitar, the album takes us through such classics as Did You Feel, with Matt's creative tag ons, and Kevin Proche. LOVED the album. LOVED IT BEING THERE as much as 1994. He is an awesome |God. AMEN!!



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