!Audacious - Live

Published Tuesday 20th July 2010
!Audacious - Live
!Audacious - Live

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Integrity 98131
FORMAT: DVD Music video
RELEASE DATE: 2010-04-06
RRP: £12.99

Reviewed by Stephen Luff

Since 2004 and their first conference Audacious (the rather silly exclamation mark is a recent addition) have led the way with infectious youth rock worship driven by first class worship material and an excellent worship team fronted by Jenni Dring, Mark Foster and Matt Hill. Recorded at the Audacious conference in Manchester and drawing material mainly from the album 'For What It's Worth' here we have 13 dramatic songs powerfully impacting the persons gathered. Highlights include Chip K (thebandwithnoname) making an appearance on "A Tribe Called Praise" and the beautiful worship track "Move In Me". The setting throughout is the stage at the conference which can make viewing one dimensional but it stands as a record of the worship at the time. With bonus features including interviews, teaching, and details of the charity Compassion, it's a neat package though someone slipped up in not having the lyrics of the songs featured (important for a worship DVD of self penned material). Having said that, this resource is highly recommended to all involved in youth worship.

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Product Description

For the first time experience !Audacious live on DVD. Recorded at !Audacious Conference in Manchester, this DVD captures an explosion of raw passion for God.

!Audacious is not just heart, it’s a sound and it’s an action. Feel, hear and see the experience as a generation erupts in bold, fearless and unrestrained praise and worship. - Glyn Barrett

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