Robin Mark - Come Heal This Land British Product Audio Samples Available

Come Heal This Land by Robin Mark

Cross Rhythms Rating: 9/10
CD: Album
Tags: Pop, CD, Worship, Live, Album, Recommended, Top Rated
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  1. 1. Mullhaires, Traditional Irish Reel
  2. 2. Take Us To The River
  3. 3. Glory To The Lord Our God
  4. 4. No One Like You Lord
  5. 5. In The Beauty Of Holiness
  6. 6. Not By Might
  7. 7. What The Lord Has Done In Me
  8. 8. Behold The Son Of God
  9. 9. Come Heal This Land
  10. 10. Everything Cries Holy
  11. 11. Lord Have Mercy
  12. 12. Hallelujah
  13. 13. Forever
  14. 14. Ancient Words
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Reviewed by Trevor Kirk

I must admit that I was looking forward to listening to this one, as Robin's previous Hosanna! album 'Revival In Belfast' was one of my favourite praise and worship CDs of the last few years. This time, Robin and his merry band (featuring veteran Nashville sessioners Blair Masters and Jerry McPherson and our own Dave Clifton) have left Belfast and set up shop in what is generally regarded as one of the holiest sites in all Ireland, St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh City, where the saint established his missionary base in the fifth century. I don't know what yer man would've made of the music on this album but I loved it! Track one is the traditional Irish reel "Mulhaires", track two is the classic "Take Us To The River", with a punchy, rocky arrangement, and the rest is a mix of Robin's own material (six, five of which are new), and songs by Chris Tomlin (a romping version of Chris' recent UCB Europe chart hit "Forever"), Reuben Morgan (the Hillsongs opus "What The Lord Has Done In Me", nicely freshened up by a few whistles and other Celtic things), Lynn DeShazo and Steve Merkel. Production quality is first class (for once, post-production overdubs of backing vocals, guitars and strings don't over-egg the pudding and create an artificial brilliance); the song list is a strong one (my favourite, one of Mr Mark's new ones, "Come Heal This Land", full of Uillean pipes and whistles and Celtic ambience); all the players and singers are on top form and the whole thing is a worthy follow up to 'Revival..'. Heartily recommended.

Style: Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 3
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Hosanna 000768192726
Items: 1
Release Date: 06 Jul 2001

Robin Mark leads a powerful time of worship recorded live at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Armagh, Northern Ireland. Hailed as the birthplace of European Christianity, it made the perfect setting for an album seeking a rebirth of passion for God. Containing seven completely new songs, it gives a strong message of healing and redemption making a great sequel to the best-selling 'Revival In Belfast.'

Robin Mark - Days Of Elijah: The Worship Songs Of Robin MarkRobin Mark - Days Of Elijah: The Worship Songs Of Robin Mark
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A compilation of Belfast-based worship leader Robin Mark's live worship songs from the albums 'Revival In Belfast 1 & 2' and 'Come Heal This Land'.

Robin Mark - Revival In Belfast IIRobin Mark - Revival In Belfast II
Pop CD British Product

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A solid live album from the popular Belfast worship leader.

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Celtic CD British Product Audio Samples Available

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Fifth studio album from the acclaimed Irish troubadour.

For more information about Robin Mark, check the Robin Mark Artist Profile on the main Cross Rhythms website for news stories, feature articles, interviews and much more. (Link opens in new window)

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