Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir - Live: We Come Rejoicing
STYLE: Gospel RATING OUR PRODUCT CODE: 2939-3354 LABEL: Fair Trade Services 080688604820 FORMAT: CD Album ITEMS: 1 RRP: £9.99
Reviewed by Richard Toller
Gospel-by-numbers originally released in 1993 and described by reviewer Brian Tucker (a Greybeard Cummings pseudonym I believe) in CR16 as "limply unconvincing". It's not bad, just limp, missing freshness, originality and creativity. There really isn't much more to say except that it bears a copyright date of 2000 and no indication that it's a re-release: highly misleading. First time round I might have given it a square or two more than the original reviewer, but as a reissue it can consider itself lucky to get the same.
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The fourth of the 'live' series by The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, this album rejoices in the believer's pilgrimage and God's constant presence as a source of strength. With songs like 'Take Up Your Cross, Giving My Best', and 'His Grace Is Greater', the listener is encouraged to 'Think About His Love' as they continue to live for the Lord.