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Keswick Live Worship: The Transforming Trinity by Keswick

Cross Rhythms Rating: 7/10
CD: Album
Tags: Worship, Live, CD, MOR / Soft Pop, Album
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15 live songs from the 2013 Keswick Convention.

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  1. 1. Be Thou My Vision
  2. 2. Amazing Grace
  3. 3. Hear The Call Of The Kingdom
  4. 4. Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus
  5. 5. Come Praise And Glorify
  6. 6. Alas! And Did My Saviour Bleed
  7. 7. The Love Of God
  8. 8. Behold Our God
  9. 9. We Have This Treasure
  10. 10. Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah
  11. 11. Nothing But The Blood
  12. 12. Never Once
  13. 13. O My Soul, Arise And Sing
  14. 14. The Wonderful Cross
  15. 15. Vagabonds
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Reviewed by Stella Redburn

The Keswick Convention, the annual gathering of evangelical Christians who meet in the Lake District, has been going since 1875. In each of its three weeks it uses a worship leader, hence the three featured here: Steve James, Stuart Townend and Colin Webster. They offer versions of several traditional hymns. Stuart Townend covers "Amazing Grace" (folky feel), "Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus" (no nonsense military) and "Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah" (a really feel-good reggae version) and Steve James does "Be Thou My Vision" (Celtic feel, of course) and "When I Survey" (Chris Tomlin's version). Other songs come from a variety of sources, and I would classify them as hymns (old and new), rather than worship songs. Colin Webster has himself written three of them: "The Love Of God", "O My Soul Arise And Sing" (I loved Dave Abbott's sax on these two) and "Come Praise And Glorify" which has a Celtic sound and features some cool electric guitar from Dan Johnson. Townend's "Hear The Call Of The Kingdom", co-written with Keith Getty, is a particular standout while the congregation clearly loves Stuart's "Vagabonds", too, with its bar-room "come-ye-all" atmosphere.

Style: MOR / Soft Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 138137
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Elevation ELE1959D
Items: 1
Release Date: 10 Oct 2013

15 live songs from the 2013 Keswick Convention.

The latest live worship album from the Keswick Convention features worship leaders Steve James, Stuart Townend and Colin Webster.

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