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Future Sound by Al Gordon

Cross Rhythms Rating: 8/10
CD: Mini-album
Tags: Worship, CD, Pop, Mini-album, Airplay, Top Rated
Normal Dispatch Time: 1-5 days
Debut mini-album by new worship leader from Survivor's Emerge series.

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  1. 1. Morning Star
  2. 2. Because Of Your Love
  3. 3. Glorious
  4. 4. Worship The Lord
  5. 5. How Long
  6. 6. Nothing Is Impossible
  7. 7. Everlasting Arms
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Reviewed by Nigel Bayley

Al Gordon has been doing the rounds with Tim Hughes at worship events recently, so you may have heard him without realising it. 'Future Sound' is his debut release, a mini-album of seven tracks from Survivor Record's Emerge series, a series designed to showcase up and coming worship leaders. On this evidence, Al certainly has potential; these songs are well written, most of them by Al himself, and are delivered with passion and panache. The opener "Morning Star" is the standout track, sparse verses build to a powerful chorus containing lines like "King for evermore, it's You I'm living for," which are focussed on God and draw the listener into worship. I also like that each song has a Bible verse on which it is based, which really helps to ground the lyrics biblically. Al brought over a much rated US guitarist who gives 'Future Sound' plenty of edge though in truth many of the tracks here sound much the same as a lot of other modern worship acts (Tim Hughes in particular).

Style: Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 44035
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Mini-album
Cat. Code: Emerge SURCD5125
Items: 1
Release Date: 31 Mar 2008

Debut mini-album by new worship leader from Survivor's Emerge series.

Posted by ceebee in Surrey, UK at 09:33 on Jun 1 2008

Just can't stop myself on making this comment. Why bring over a "much rated US guitarist"? The UK Christian scene is populated with brilliant musicians. It's bad enough everyone seems to go to Nashville to produce their albums. What's up with the UK guys??? Be loyal.

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