Dave Clemo - Songs of Praise & Devotion

Published Thursday 6th September 2007
Dave Clemo - Songs of Praise & Devotion
Dave Clemo - Songs of Praise & Devotion

STYLE: Pop
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 29950-12998
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Kelly Hargie

Dave Clemo has been playing on the UK Christian music circuit now for well over a decade; since 1994 in fact, and in response to demand felt it was about time a compilation album was put together. This 18-track CD is a collection of Clemo's best-known worship-orientated material from previous albums, featuring the likes of "Love God Hate Sin" and "Amazing Grace" from 'Shine For You' along with a full-on rock version of the old hymn "To God Be The Glory", a track which enjoyed much Christian radio play around the world. The Kettering-based singer/songwriter has served the Church through many years of powerful ministry and no doubt his supporters will be delighted with this selection of his best-loved songs.

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