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A Twist Of Your Favourite Hymns by Ebow Wood

Cross Rhythms Rating: 4/10
CD: Album
Tags: Ambient/Meditational, CD, Instrumental, Album, Independent
Normal Dispatch Time: 1-3 days
Croydon-based multi-instrumentalist Ebow with unusual take on hymnody.

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  1. 1. Just As I Am, Without One Plea
  2. 2. Be Gone Unbelief- My Saviour Is Near
  3. 3. How Sweet The Name Of Jesus Sounds
  4. 4. Take My Life, And Let It Be
  5. 5. This Is My Body Broken For You
  6. 6. Land Of Our Birth We Pledge To Thee
  7. 7. Loving Shepherd Of Thy Sheep
  8. 8. Go Labour On, Spend And Be Spent
  9. 9. Hark My Soul It Is The Lord
  10. 10. Day By Day We Magnify Thee
  11. 11. O Thou Who Camest From Above
  12. 12. The Lord Is My Shepherd
  13. 13. The Joys Of Ghanacoll
  14. 14. God Bless Our Native Land
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Reviewed by Stephen Luff

Croydon-based Ebow is a very talented musician playing all instruments on this CD (guitar, church organ and strings). Using this unusual mix, we are presented with 14 tracks of hymns and Ghana National College anthems. Ebow has clearly spent much time and effort on this disc including a trademark of the album title. The music lends itself more to personal worship with variations on well known hymns such as “Just As I Am” and “The Lord Is My Shepherd”, but not to prolonged listening, as I found it difficult to listen to throughout without losing track of the music. Ebow's talent deserves better than being used as background music.

Style: Ambient/Meditational
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 11623
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Independent
Items: 1
Release Date: 2004

Croydon-based multi-instrumentalist Ebow with unusual take on hymnody.

Posted by brandon in st james's road at 13:45 on Jun 25 2011

this is my dad!

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