Robert Critchley - Beautiful Tapestry

Monday 11th November 2002
Robert Critchley - Beautiful Tapestry
Robert Critchley - Beautiful Tapestry

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Kingsway KMCD2457
RELEASE DATE: 2002-12-06
RRP: £2.94

Reviewed by Dawn Tucker

Powerful and gentle, this double album from the Canadian worship leader is both. "What A Faithful God", a favourite of many, is performed with humility and a increasing crescendo of awe and worship. A track I particularly enjoyed was "Windows Of Heaven" with vocal harmonising and a funky sax backing. This is another worship album, but if you enjoy listening to the post modern approach to praise and worship, then you should like this. The title track (also called the wedding song) is a song about marriage. An interesting approach to a love song, which combines love betweeen Man, Wife and God. It has a definate 'muisical theatre' feel to it, but is full of sincererity. It is a worship experience.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. How I Love Your Wonderful Name [Listen]
2. What A Faithful God [Listen]
3. Altogether Beautiful
6. Beautiful Tapestry (Wedding Song) [Listen]

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