Namelessmusic - Undone (Original Version)

Tuesday 1st May 2001
Namelessmusic - Undone (Original Version)
Namelessmusic - Undone (Original Version)

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Kingsway KMCD2320

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Stirring, elevating, cathartic, gutsy, energising, rock-tinged praise and worship jam packed with atmosphere, honesty and no little anointing. Recorded live at the King's Centre, Aldershot in June, there are some excellent new songs ("All" immediately caught the ear while the anthemic "Lead Me" gets better with every play), some meaty electric guitar riffing (displaying, methinks, a considerable stylistic debt to The Edge) and a tight, punchy band. There's even a version of "Revival In Our Land" which is as soul stirring as when The Electric Revival used to punch it out some years back. Clearly Tim is a passionate worship leader with much to give the Church. Here's hoping there are sufficient adventurous spirits prepared to look beyond the already established big names in worship ministry to discover these songs of praise and devotion. Tim's full-on praise deserves wide exposure.

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