Ross Parsley - Around Your Throne

Monday 1st July 2002
Ross Parsley - Around Your Throne
Ross Parsley - Around Your Throne

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
LABEL: Hosanna 000768199824
RRP: £10.99

Reviewed by Tom Lennie

Hosanna's bi-monthly worship series caters for a broad worldwide audience and this passionate expression fits the bill well, covering a range of moods and tempos. Ably led by Ross Parsley in his home Colorado church, it's a pity there are so few originals (just two songs are co-written by Parsley). However, the covers are well-rendered - two excellent Darrell Evans songs, one from Waterdeep, and Matt Redman's "Knocking On The Door Of Heaven" - all find impressive place. More striking still is the deep and moving worship flow attending "You Are My King" and Brenton Brown's delectable "Humble King" - two gorgeous moments. And though the trio of prayer times - while inspiring - is over-long, there is a generous overall play time of 70 minutes. In no way groundbreaking, this is yet a fine, worshipful set.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. I Will Not Forget You [Listen]
2. I Will Follow You [Listen]
14. Around The Throne [Listen]

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Product Description
'Around Your Throne' features worship leader Ross Parsley and the members of one of America's largest churches - New Life Church in Colorado Springs with enthusiastic praise & worship that can only come from a connection to the heart of God. Top modern worship songs are included like, 'Around Your Throne, We Will Embrace Your Move, Knocking On The Door Of Heaven, You Are My King,' and 'Breathe'.

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