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Worship in His Presence Live

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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
For the faithful, there's something about mass choir recordings that just delivers. The message is basically the same, the powerful singing and choir arrangements have a certain similarity no matter the church, but if the energy's there, hallelujah! You have to dig into the liner notes a bit to figure out where this church is (Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Nashville), but it only takes a few minutes to realize this is one praise-happy church. The songs run the usual gamut, from knee slapping way out and wild ("Lift the Name of Jesus") to the more subtle and bluesy "Let Everything That Hath Breath." Many CDs of this ilk incorporate modern R&B elements into the mix, but ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
For the faithful, there's something about mass choir recordings that just delivers. The message is basically the same, the powerful singing and choir arrangements have a certain similarity no matter the church, but if the energy's there, hallelujah! You have to dig into the liner notes a bit to figure out where this church is (Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Nashville), but it only takes a few minutes to realize this is one praise-happy church. The songs run the usual gamut, from knee slapping way out and wild ("Lift the Name of Jesus") to the more subtle and bluesy "Let Everything That Hath Breath." Many CDs of this ilk incorporate modern R&B elements into the mix, but this one limits the instrumentation to what fits on the pulpit, to great result. There's a bit of world beat energy as well with the call and response, South African-flavored "High Praise." There are a few pleasantly mellow spots as well, such as the powerful ballad "Lamb of God/Just As I Am" sung by Duawne Starling. Also unlike a lot of church based projects, this one allows different vocalists to tackle each tune (with the exception of Judith McAllister, who leads on two). All worship albums offer praises, but few are as worthy to receive it as well. This one is.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/24/2001
  • Label: Harborwood Records
  • UPC: 012414050243
  • Catalog Number: 40502

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael O'Brien Vocals
Terry Baker Drums
Andy Evans Tenor (Vocal)
Mark Freeman Vocals
Ralph Lofton Organ
Ann McCrary Vocals
Shandra Penix Soprano
Matthew Taylor Tenor (Vocal)
Dave Vaughn Tenor (Vocal)
Charles Willis Guitar
Sandra Booker Soprano
Marilyn Graham Alto
Eddie Smith Soprano
Duane Starling Vocals
Patricia Scott Soprano
Tracy Davis Tenor (Vocal)
Alma Jackson Alto
Pat Jones Tenor (Vocal)
Pamela Holman Soprano
Lisa Shipman Soprano
Jackie Robb Soprano
Renee Craig Alto
Victor Hannah Tenor (Vocal)
Simeon Baker Bass
Tanya Dennis Soprano
Dana Dixon Tenor (Vocal)
Technical Credits
Ralph Lofton Producer
Greg Hartman Engineer
Paul Wright III Producer, Executive Producer
Elizabeth Workman Art Direction
Alan Litten Engineer
Jeff Baggett Mastering
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