Errol Mundle - No Greater Love

Published Friday 6th December 2019
Errol Mundle - No Greater Love
Errol Mundle - No Greater Love

STYLE: Gospel
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 173330-27365
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Stephen Luff

Errol, who was previously known for his gospel reggae releases, now takes a stab at gospel without the JA riddims which touches on Kirk Franklin territory. The project was delayed for two years following personal tragedy, which resulted in Errol reassessing his faith. This collection, produced by Ainsley Johns, Paul Williams, Simeon Palmer and Jonathan Scott, features The Elim Project Choir who have worked alongside Errol for over 15 years. The album opens with two highly danceable songs "Highest Praise" and "Hold On" with their infectious disco- influenced bass-driven gospel. The pace slows considerably afterwards, but with top vocal support from the choir there are great moments such as the live recording "Carry Us To The Cross", which finishes the album, featuring lead support from Tracy Campbell whose vocals are a joy to listen to. A great listen!

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Highest Praise [Listen]
2. Hold On [Listen]
3. He Will Deliver [Listen]
4. Greatest Love Of All [Listen]
5. Real (Agape) Love [Listen]
6. No Greater Love [Listen]
7. I'm So Glad That I'm Saved [Listen]
8. With All My Heart [Listen]
9. Praise Yahweh [Listen]
10. Sovereign God [Listen]
11. Cry Holy [Listen]
12. Cost Of My Oil [Listen]
13. Empty Me [Listen]
14. Jesus Will Never Change [Listen]
15. I Need You Now [Listen]
16. Carry Us To The Cross (Live) [Listen]

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