Michael Card - Present Reality

Michael Card - Present Reality
Michael Card - Present Reality

STYLE: Roots/Acoustic
RATING Not Rated
LABEL: Sparrow SPD1155
FORMAT: 12 inch vinyl Album
RRP: £4.59

Reader Comments

Posted by Don in state of Delaware @ 18:39 on Jun 5 2011

I have this on cd; another timeless ccm recording by a top ccm artist. I call this cd of Michael's his faith album/cd; it is most appropriate. I just luv the anthem"That's What Faith Must Be" simple, short, but beautiful!:great keyboards by the ccm talented Phil Naish. Michael also performs this song on his 1990 vhs Front Row. "Know YOU in the Now" starts the superb songset;a line in the song reflects the cd title, "YOUR presence in reality". A well known drummer is heard on many of the #'s, Russ Kunkel; a long time association with pop icon James Taylor.
"Could it Be" is another cd favorite. Michael kindly and lovingly donates the royalites of "Distressing
Disguise" to Compassion International. This song greatly reminds me of ccm group Whiteheart's "We Are His Hands". Michael plays a nice lengthy piano intro & tag for "The Word"; a great chorus to sing in church. The listener is well reminded of Psalm 46:10, when hearing the 2 minute "In Stillness & Simplicity".
It is nice to see album cover artwork; kudos to artist Michael Knepp. GOD Bless! -Don

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