Geraldine Latty - Devoted

Tuesday 1st July 2003
Geraldine Latty - Devoted
Geraldine Latty - Devoted

RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
LABEL: Kingsway KMCD2439
RELEASE DATE: 2003-03-21
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Lins Honeyman

You read about the Bristol-based worship leader in CR73. On the whole, the material here is uplifting and catchy and, with the lyrical content focusing purely on God and his Word, it is a subtle and stirring listen. The majority of the songs are penned by Geraldine and are very much in the slick pop style that is now becoming a trademark of modern worship recordings. Produced by John Hartley in Nashville, it ranges from the upbeat opener “O Lord Our God (You Are Good)” to an atmospheric rendition of “Lord I Come”. The highlight for me is a delightful version of the old Frances Havergal hymn “Take My Life And Let It Be” treated to a R&B makeover complete with a new chorus written by Geraldine herself and a cameo from the London Community Gospel Choir.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. OLord Our God (You Are Good) [Listen]
2. Its By Your Mighty Power [Listen]
3. Take My Life And Let It Be [Listen]

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