Kari Jobe - Majestic: Revisited

Published Saturday 16th September 2017
Kari Jobe - Majestic: Revisited
Kari Jobe - Majestic: Revisited

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 156703-23298
LABEL: Sparrow 5099908328625
RELEASE DATE: 2015-10-10
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Stuart Dearsley

'Majestic (Revisited)' features 12 tracks and was released in 2015 and is the fourth studio album release from American CCM singer Kari Jobe who, as many will know, is a worship leader at Southlake's megachurch Gateway. Prior to this release Kari recorded the songs, some of which are collaborations with the renowned Tomlin, Redman and Baloche, on a live album. Anybody who caught Kari's short tour of the UK with Matt Redman will know the beauty of her voice while the performances here truly convey a sense of God's presence. I struggled to pick a favourite but was particularly drawn to the opening track "Let The Heaven's Open", "Breathe On Us" and "Forever". It has been mentioned by Kari herself that this is an album that you can put on and have playing in the background. The lyrics and music will permeate through and personally I think this is a great addition to anyone's worship collection and a real spiritual encouragement to anyone.

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Product Description
Grammy-nominee Kari Jobe is one of Christian music’s best-selling female artists and one of the most respected worship leaders in the country.

Her last album, Majestic, captured a powerful night of worship in Dallas at the Majestic Theater and landed #1 on the Christian Billboard chart. As Majestic brought you powerful moments of corporate worship, this project features those same tracks but re-imagined in a way for times of personal reflection and devotions.

The album features songs including “Forever,” “I Am Not Alone,” “Hands to the Heavens,” and many more!

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