Personal Worship / Say The Word by Stuart Townend
|1. Like The Sunshine|
|2. O My Soul Arise And Bless Your Maker|
|3. From The Squalor Of A Borrowed Stable (immanuel)|
|4. You've Placed A Hunger In My Heart|
|5. Your Love (pour Over Me)|
|6. Please Let Me Stay|
|7. Come See This Glorious Light (blessing And Honour)|
|8. I Know Not Why God's Wondrous Grace|
|9. I'm Coming To The Cross Again (when You Touch Me)|
|10. With His Hands|
|11. We Bow Down|
|12. Your Fragrance Is Lovely (so Beautiful)|
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Reviewed by Tony Cummings
Repackaging 1999's 'Personal Worship' and 1997's 'Say The Word' is an excellent idea, particularly for those who may have missed out on the 1997 gem. To my ears 'Say The Word' is still the songwriter/worship leader's finest album with Bryn Haworth's mandolin bringing a lilting folk feel to several of the songs while the Mal Pope solo "How Long" is still one of the finest songs ever written about revival. After the rich musical glories of this, some listeners may find 'Personal Worship' simply too understated. The stripped right down accompaniments give the album its intended intimate feel and no one can doubt the songsmith's ability to pen exceptional worship songs. But it's still 'Say The Word' which is the one I keep returning to.
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 12748
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Kingsway KMCD2627
Release Date: 18 Mar 2005
A reissue package of 1997's 'Say The Word' and 1999's 'Personal Worship'.
Fusing together 2 CDís from Stuart Townend in one package.
Stuart is known and respected around the world as one of the leading worship songwriters of his generation. The depth of lyrical and theological content in his songs have caused some to draw comparisons with the greats of previous generations such as Watts and Wesley; while the marriage of great lyrics with wonderfully accessible melodies means his songs bridge different musical and cultural genres, and reach into every corner of the globe.
Stuartís first two albums contain many of his now classic songs Ė such as How Deep The Fatherís Love, The King Of Love, Your Love (Pour Over Me) and many more.
Folk orientated instrumentation with five new songs given pride of place by the Brighton worship man.
A fresh batch of musically diverse songs from this popular worship minstrel.