Reviewed by Allan Clare
The cover is a mellow yellowy orange affair with LaShun giving us a radiant smile. Within seconds of the opener, the seven minute long "All Things Working", you realise Ms Pace who, or course, rose to prominence with The Anointed Pace Sisters, has an earth shattering set of tonsils, which she puts to good use. This is high praise, high beats-per-minute traditional gospel. Sometimes, perhaps, a little TOO histrionic for my liking, but the choir is atypical - declaring truths about the Lord and praisin' His name. "Love Lifted Me" has a duet with Bishop Dreyfus C Smith, while the eight minutes of "The Blood Completes It All" is a wonderful focus on the blood that Jesus Christ shed. It's classic gospel and though some may find the church-wrecking style a bit screechy, a swirling Hammond organ, a strong choir and God exalting lyrics will, for others, add up to REAL worship. If that sounds like your cup of gospel-tea, then this is the album for you.
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