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RPM Live Songbook by RPM

Cross Rhythms Rating: 8/10
Spiral bound Music/song book
Tags: Book, Rock, Music/song book, Spiral bound, Top Rated
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Musical score for 'Give My All', 'I Surrender All' and 'RPM Live'.

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8/10

Reviewed by Heather Richardson

The reasonably priced score of the three albums 'Give My All', 'I Surrender All' and 'RPM Live' with piano accompaniment and guitar chords is all in one book. Each song also has a guitar-friendly page and words only pages (for OHP use) to serve the needs of the worship band and congregation. All the songs are written in relatively easy to play keys at least as far as piano and keyboard go. Unfortunately there are no capo chords to help with transposing. This is another good resource for worship bands using songs from Abundant Life Ministries.

Style: Rock
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 45438
Product Format: Book
Binding: Spiral bound
Publisher: Abudant Life Music
Content Type: Music/song book
Cat. Code: ABMB003
Items: 1
Release Date: 31 May 2008

Musical score for 'Give My All', 'I Surrender All' and 'RPM Live'.

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Previously known as RPM, Bradford's I Am Future offer a new live album.

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Rock CD British Product Cross Rhythms Radio Airplay Audio Samples Available


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Rock-orientated worship from the Abundant Life church, Bradford, band.

For more information about RPM, check the RPM 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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