Jeremy Camp - We Cry Out: The Worship Project (Special Edition)
STYLE: Rock RATING OUR PRODUCT CODE: 105831-17674 LABEL: BEC Recordings 5099964845425 FORMAT: CD Album ITEMS: 1 RELEASE DATE: 2010-10-18 RRP: £4.00
Reviewed by Paul Kerslake
The original release of this 2010 album by the CCM hitmaker has already been reviewed on the CR website. This bonus edition adds three acoustic tracks and a DVD including some behind the scenes footage, a story behind the songs segment and a Gospel Music Channel Faith and Fame documentary about Jeremy Camp's life. I always find it interesting to watch these sort of things, and the stories behind the actual songs always add an extra depth and understanding to the lyrics. The GMC documentary is quite American, but provides a fascinating insight into Jeremy Camp's amazing story, particularly all that he went through when his first wife died of cancer. The bonus tracks are stripped back versions of songs on the original album which could give worship leaders new ideas for using these songs in corporate worship. A non-essential purchase if you already own the original album, but if you are still pondering a purchase, this is a nice package to get.
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Grammy-nominated and RIAA multi-Gold selling artist Jeremy Camp is set to release his seventh studio project, We Cry Out - The Worship Project. Once again Camp teamed up with award-winning producer Brown Bannister to create a heartfelt, worshipful project.
Returning to his worship music roots, he co-wrote with other notable worship leaders Matt Maher, Reuben Morgan (Hillsong) and Brenton Brown.
“It is an overwhelming joy to see how the Lord has been faithful even though I am undeserving of it,” shared Camp thinking back on his career. “I just want to continue to seek Him in all that I do, and want to always remember that it’s the Lord doing the work...not me!”