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Beautiful Saviour/Covenant Of Grace by Stoneleigh

Cross Rhythms Rating: 8/10
CD: Album
Tags: MOR / Soft Pop, CD, Worship, Live, Album, Recommended, Top Rated
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A double album collection of live worship from Stoneleigh Bible weeks.

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  1. 1. Let Everything That Has Breath
  2. 2. Let There Be Joy
  3. 3. Great Is He Who's The King Of Kings
  4. 4. All My Days (Beautiful Saviour)
  5. 5. This Is My Desire (I Give You My Heart)
  6. 6. What A Friend I've Found (Jesus, Friend Forever)
  7. 7. Giver Of Grace (You Are Good To Me)
  8. 8. You Have Given Me New Life (Over Me)
  9. 9. We Sing Your Mercies
  10. 10. Jesus, Jesus, Healer, Saviour
  11. 11. We Are Your Inheritance
  12. 12. We Have Sung Our Songs (How Long
  13. 13. When The Music Fades (Heart Of Worship)
  14. 14. Before The Throne Of God Above
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8/10

Reviewed by Rosemary Payne

This is a 28-track pairing of two previously released albums. The recordings were made at 1998 and '99 Stoneleigh Bible weeks, each attended by more than 20,000 people. With worship being led by Stuart Townend, Kate Simmonds and the Stoneleigh band, the listener is able to experience or revisit the atmosphere generated during these lively worship sessions. One of the strengths on both albums is the vocal talent of Kate Simmonds, whose solo album 'One Day' was released in 2000 to much acclaim. Louise Fellingham's voice on “Awake, Awake O Zion” is heavenly. Globally renowned Stuart Townend unobtrusively does his bit. There is no ego-trip worship leadership being perpetrated here. A good sense of the setting is achieved across both albums with lead vocals fading out to give way to the sound of worshippers joining in en masse. Despite this you will hear some very professional sounding lead and backing vocals with much beautiful singing and harmonising on tracks like “Great Is He” on disc one. The musicians really enter into the spirit of things without losing sound quality. Stoneleigh have really set the standard for live worship albums.

Style: MOR / Soft Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 9197
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Kingsway KMCD2520
Items: 2
Release Date: 2003

A double album collection of live worship from Stoneleigh Bible weeks.

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Posted by John Navone in Rome, Italy at 08:46 on Apr 7 2007

Louise Fellingham's Before The Throne of God Above is incomparably beautiful. I discovered it on YouTube, playing it endlessly, only to find it has been recently removed. How can I get the vcr with the beautiful images that accompany her inspiring hymn? Thank you.


Posted by Arlene Rhoads in Canby, Oregon USA at 00:02 on Apr 30 2007

Lousie Fellingham's rendition of The Throne of God Above that was on YouTube was the one I liked to listen to, as well. I've been looking all over for it on YouTube but it was taken off. I loved the pictures that went with the song and the person that made the video also put the words up so that we could sing along (on the comment part and also on the description of the YouTube). It is a different rendition than the one on Lou's new album. I'm pretty sure it is the same as the one in the album listed above.


Posted by A. Rhoads in Canby, Oregon at 05:36 on Nov 23 2009

I meant Louise, not Lousie! So sorry, Louise! That's what happens when I type way too fast! :)















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