Detling - Nothing Is Impossible: Live Worship From Detling 2009

Published Thursday 18th February 2010
Detling - Nothing Is Impossible: Live Worship From Detling 2009
Detling - Nothing Is Impossible: Live Worship From Detling 2009

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 82830-16192
LABEL: Elevation ELE1467D
RELEASE DATE: 2009-10-23
RRP: £12.99

Reviewed by Doug Holland

The Detling Conference is held annually in Kent, and this recording represents 48 minutes (11 tracks) of worship from last year's event; the title reflecting the over-arching theme of the conference. Detling worship leader Helen Gallagher shares the platform here with other established worship leaders Leigh Barnard and Luke Finch. The material is of the standard conference ilk (Lincoln Brewster and Paul Baloche's "Today Is The Day", Lou and Nathan Fellingham's "Promised Land", Rueben Morgan's "For All You've Done") and while the majority of the tempos are upbeat there is sufficient variety of arrangement and vocals for it always to be interesting. The performances by all musicians come across as first class and producer Paul Burton has managed to capture and instil a strong live feeling to the recording. The result is a solid collection that invites active participation from the listener.

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Product Description
A marquee full of God's people all united together with one aim and desire - to honour and praise the one true God. This is Detling Live 2009 - an album that captures the sound of the worshippers of God at this years event, bringing you into the presence of the King of kings.

Featuring Helen Gallagher plus Leigh Barnard and Luke Finch, and recorded & mixed by acclaimed producer Paul Burton.

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