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Future Worship by T'revorlution

Cross Rhythms Rating: 4/10
CD: Album
Tags: Pop, CD, Worship, Album, Independent
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A concept album from Brit Trevor Howard which takes in rock, reggae, country, dance, and much more.

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  1. 1. Trumpet & Drums
  2. 2. Rocky Ground
  3. 3. Trums 'N' Things
  4. 4. Big Star
  5. 5. Dedication - Carry On
  6. 6. Epaphroditus (With Added Blowy And Hitty Things)
  7. 7. Reading (Isaiah 40) - Who Has Measured The Waters
  8. 8. Testimony - Angels On The Wing
  9. 9. Son Of Dust - 90 Degrees
  10. 10. Teaching - Be Salty, Don't Be Planky
  11. 11. The Lord Takes Delight
  12. 12. Trumpet Involuntary
  13. 13. Good Soil
  14. 14. Help Me To Live
  15. 15. The Word Of God - (Much More Than) Words On Paper
  16. 16. Identification - Hero
  17. 17. Everyday Praise - Every Day Can Be Like Christmas
  18. 18. Benediction - Lord Over All
  19. 19. Outgoing Voluntary - Very Good Overture
  20. 20. Forgot To Turn The Sound Off - 4FR 2 Break
  21. 21. Bonus Trac - Be Salty, Don't Be Planky (Remix)
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4/10

Reviewed by Andrew Segal

Future Worship is the fourth album by singer/guitarist and lay minister Trevor Howard, and the second under the t'Revorlution banner. During this concept album (has Christian prog rock finally become a legitimate genre?), the listener is taken on an imaginary 61-minute worship session set 16 years in the future. But as opposed to the traditional prog trademarks of 20-minute guitar solos, odd time signatures and more Mellotron keyboards than you can shake a Rick Wakeman at, a diverse selection of musical ideas is put together. Starting off with the extremely dance-music influenced "Gospel Train 2020", elements of reggae, rap, funk, country, experimental ideas and an intriguing reworking of "When I Survey The Wondrous Cross" sit alongside synthesiser pop and World music-influenced tunes. There are also some very tasteful bass guitar moments courtesy of Vera Rodworth, particularly during the tracks "Future Praise" and "Hero". But while there are some promising tunes, including the previously mentioned "Gospel Train" and stand-out instrumental piece "Waiting For The King of Glory", a lot of the music is having to fight quite heavily with the vocals, which sound as if they have been jaggedly stuck on top of things having been recorded down a pipe and not necessarily always in tune. While this could be a production problem, it detracts from many of the lyrics and affects some musical passages that could have been allowed to breathe a little more. 

Style: Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 10810
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Independent
Release Date: 1997

A concept album from Brit Trevor Howard which takes in rock, reggae, country, dance, and much more.

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Posted by Abigail in Gloucestershire at 00:11 on Mar 16 2007

this is a bit tricky to get into - possibly the worst selection of the mans songs ever - but 4FR2Worship is a lot of fun - least' get that released on a single !!! I'm sure the radio stations can play that??? I must sat that the "Wondrous Cross" thing is much more youth friendly than the old Organ tune ... but it's worth a fiver !!!!















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