KT Worship - Every Nation Every Tongue

Thursday 1st July 2004
KT Worship - Every Nation Every Tongue
KT Worship - Every Nation Every Tongue

RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Helen Sanderson-White

This is a studio produced album from London's Kensington Temple worship team. Its influences veer towards the gospel and rock styles with a funky edge. We are also treated to some laid back jazz on "Be"' and a beautiful, soulful rendition of "King Of Kings, Majesty". There are solo performances as well as choir backing and some prolific guitar and saxophone solos. The album boasts a good variety of songs and styles of music, including well known worship songs from worship leaders such as Brian Doerkson, Israel Houghton, Stuart Townend and new homegrown songs from KT itself. This is a good chill out album for a Sunday afternoon and puts a new spin on some old favourites. The only thing this album lacks is the atmosphere of a live worship event.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Hallelujah [Listen]
2. Better Than Life [Listen]
3. You Are Good [Listen]

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