Andy Park - Unshakable

Published Thursday 18th January 2007
Andy Park - Unshakable
Andy Park - Unshakable

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 21466-11991
RRP: £9.99

Reviewed by Peter Frizelle

Andy Park, the Vineyard pastor from Canada, delivers another fantastic worship album, following his previous work - 'In The Secret'. This CD takes you on a journey of praise - from the upbeat opener to the sung blessing (based on Number 6:24-26) the album closes on. Different songs lead you through varying times for reflection and celebration, whilst the whole release has a joyful feel throughout. You can hear that Andy is smiling in every song, clearly enjoying worshipping God and not just putting on a show, so just listening makes you feel happy too. Songs like "Unshakable" and "To Give My Life Away" look at the actions God takes and the actions we should take, and include the use of some awesome rock riffs. "You Are God" and "Worthy Of All My Love" explore the theme of worshipping God for who he is using slower rhythms that create a heart-touching atmosphere. With a clean mix of electric and acoustic guitars, some effective drum work and a quality backing choir to compliment Andy's songs, this is an excellent set.

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Product Description
For many years Andy has been contributing worship songs to the Church which have had an incredible impact around the world. In his latest release, Andy has written songs that reflect the ongoing adventure of seeing and knowing God through times of blessing and pain. This project was produced by Nathan Nockels (Watermark, Tim Hughes, Brenton Brown) and his collaboration with Andy has resulted in a project of 11 strong songs coupled with 11 incredible arrangements. Worshipers around the world will be blessed by Andy's latest contribution.

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