Vineyard UK - Beautiful

Saturday 1st May 2004
Vineyard UK - Beautiful
Vineyard UK - Beautiful

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 7502-14971
LABEL: Vineyard Music VMD9404R
RRP: £14.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Burn:UK is a congregation of St Albans Vineyard Church and this studio project features fine worship leader Marc James, the vocalist/guitarist with Dust/Verra Cruz, vocalist/guitarist Samuel Lane and Deborah Clarke, a lady with a goose-pimple inducing voice once again proving that just about anything coming out of the British Vineyard churches is top quality. Marc's masterly guitar work gives rich texture while the songs about reaching for God's healing, "Draw Nearer", being under the covering of God's wing, "Shadows" and "Rain Down (Come To Us)", co-written by Marc James and One Hundred Hours' Tre Sheppard are as uplifting as anything in our worship songbooks. There's even some wonderful violins from Chi 2, those Chinese sisters who've worked with Moby. All in all, heart-affecting worship of contemporary relevance. Just sorry it's taken us so long to review it.

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Product Description
Beautiful is an audio glimpse into the worship found at the ‘Burn Church’, an alternative service at the St Albans Vineyard in the UK. A collection of 14 wonderful new worship songs written and performed by Marc James, Sam Lane, Jimmy Cooke, Deborah Clarke, Nico Bright and Adam Dickens.

"For the last three years we've been trying to build something called ‘burn’. And every now and then, amidst the passion and the pain, Jesus has shown up... breath-taking... beautiful. Here's the soundtrack."
Chris Lane, Senior Pastor, St Albans Vineyard

Vineyard Music UK has teamed up with these talented yet humble guys to produce an album of worship to our Beautiful God. Be challenged, be invigorated and be delighted by the beauty of ‘Beautiful’.

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