Linda Pearce - Tears Of Love

Tuesday 1st October 1991
Linda Pearce - Tears Of Love
Linda Pearce - Tears Of Love

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
LABEL: Marshall Pickering MPCD096

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Away from the bright glare of showbiz there are some powerful music ministries in Britain touching the lives of thousands. One of them belongs to Linda Pearce who has worked tirelessly ministering in concerts and celebrations all over Britain and producing albums which if not quite state-of-the-art are an accurate pointer to her particular appeal. With a rich, vibrant voice which can sweetly caress a ballad, Linda sings twelve songs of faith, some originals with one or two artfully chosen covers (of Ray Boltz and Keith Green). Dave Anfield does a nice production job.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Peter in Cambridgeshire @ 17:24 on Mar 26 2014

My wife and I enjoy your singing very much. When are you going to make a new album. We met you at the Aldershot Slim church a. few years ago , when we lived in that area. All the best, may God bless you.

Posted by Elaine Horton in Birmingham @ 19:32 on Sep 11 2005

Linda is a brilliant singer whose music has touched my life,I encourage anyone to listen to the words and can guarantee it will touch your lives as well.It is like she is singing to you only.

Reply by Linda Pearce in Chelmsford @ 15:44 on Jan 17 2010

Hi Elaine

I know its been a very long time since you made your comments, but I thank you very much and it has given me encouragement to continue and it was lovely to hear that the words of my songs meant so much to you. Have a lovely 2010 and I pray that God will be in the forefront of everything you do.

Your Sis in Christ
Linda Pearce

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