Spring Harvest - Live Worship 2008: One Hope British Product Audio Samples Available

Live Worship 2008: One Hope by Spring Harvest

Cross Rhythms Rating: 7/10
CD: Album
Tags: Pop, CD, Worship, Live, Album
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Live worship featuring Mark Beswick, Andy Flannagan, Martyn Layzell and others.

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  1. 1. Praise Awaits
  2. 2. Dancing Generation
  3. 3. Lord You Are Good
  4. 4. Hosanna
  5. 5. Our God Saves
  6. 6. At The Cross
  7. 7. All Creatures Of Our God And King
  8. 8. Beautiful One
  9. 9. Shout It
  10. 10. Sing Unto The Lord A New Song
  11. 11. If Ever I Should Falter
  12. 12. We Are Blessed
  13. 13. Mighty To Save
  14. 14. Lord I Lift Your Name On High
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Reviewed by Stephen Luff

Live recordings from Spring Harvest have become an institution in the Christian worship scene, bought in their thousands as a reminder of a week in Skegness or Minehead, or by worship leaders looking for new material. This year worship leaders Mark Beswick, Andrew Booth, Andy Flannagan, Geraldine Latty, Martyn Layzell, Sue Rinaldi and Noel Robinson each brought their talents to the event. As a recording, it does exactly what was intended but I couldn't help feeling that on several tracks, namely "Praise Awaits" and "Lord I Lift Your Name On High", you had to be there to really get into it (which I was!) and if you were not, it loses its uniqueness and becomes, dare I say, a stereotypical praise recording. Having stated that, there are some great moments on the disc. "Hosanna" is one where you get really involved in the praise and "Lord, You Are Good" guarantees at least a finger will start tapping. But in truth, the days when Spring Harvest were the cutting edge of modern worship are long past.

Style: Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 46052
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: ICC ICC1164D
Items: 1
Release Date: 14 Jul 2008

Live worship featuring Mark Beswick, Andy Flannagan, Martyn Layzell and others.

Live Worship from the Spring Harvest Big Top featuring the latest praise & worship anthems impacting the church. This highly-anticipated annual release will capture the very best of 2008 worship, where the Church came together to be inspired! Highlighting the songs that broke through and brought thousands into intimacy with their Saviour and Lord, share it with them on a powerful live recording that features worship leaders Mark Beswick, Andy Flannagan, Noel Robinson, Sue Rinaldi, Andy Booth, Geraldine Latty and Martyn Layzell.

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Live worship from Spring Harvest 2009, a double CD which features a mix of old and new songs.

For more information about Spring Harvest, check the Spring Harvest 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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