Rate Points :4.0
Binding :Audio CD
Label :Enter The Worship Circle
Manufacturer :Enter The Worship Circle
Studio :Enter The Worship Circle
Publisher :Enter The Worship Circle
Lowest Price :$11.90USD
Customer ReviewsGood Music
Rating Point :5 Helpful Point :0
I love this CD. I have not listened to the other Worship Circle albums, and i have to admit, i dont usually listen to much Christian music because i find it all so similar, but this is just good, deep, acoustic music. If you like Damien Rice, you will probably like this.
Who Needs Pro Tools When You Got Passion?!
Rating Point :5 Helpful Point :0
Lets face it. Ben Pasley has become a modern day David, pouring his heart and soul into Psalms that praise God. What I love best about him is that he takes the faults in his voice and instead of fixing them with Pro Tools, he uses it to emphasize his heartfelt passion (I love it when his voice cracks in "Sweet Forget"). With just a chair and a microphone (and oh yeah, an acoustic guitar), Pasley shows you what praise music is all about. Singing from your heart to the God that saves us and answers us when we call upon him. Ben also has a great sense of community and what it means to be a missionary inside the U.S. His Enter the Worship Circle website offers free guitar chords for all of their songs as well as access to the songs licenses. And he is much cheaper if you wanted to gt him to come to your hometown and play for you than most artists would be willing. While most artists would not be content with this approach to their music, Ben accepts it with open arms and you can hear how genuine he is in his music. And these songs are done in one attempt and the lyrics shine. Highlights include: Pieces, Sweet Forget, Crown Him, Wedding Days, How Precious To Me, and Please Dont Forget. Personally, I think Crown Him has some of the best lyrics I have ever seen. I wish more people knew about this CD. I also hear there is a volume 2 CD coming out soon, but I was saddened to hear that Ben will not be appearing on it. Oh well, maybe on Volume 3. And here are the lyrics to "Crown Him:"
Listen all you unborn children, and those yet to be born again
A seed from the God of heaven... was planted here in the world of men
He grew up only to be broken, He grow up only to be buried
"Hold on," I heard the prophet say, "hold on, thats not the end."
Cause when the cross went up, the curtain came down
And a hush ran across the stage, but when the stone was rolled back
All the angels came round, and the earth stood up on its feet to say...
Crown Him Love, crown Him Alive and Well, Crown Him God of Our Salvation
Crown Him Lovely, crown Him Beautiful, He is God and we adore Him...
(At the end): Creation began to speak, here come Jesus
In a purple robe, here come Jesus, like a lovely rose
Here come Jesus Back from the dead
Here come Jesus holding out His hand
gotta be honest
Rating Point :2 Helpful Point :0
i would be lying if i said i love this cd.
i bought this album based on my connection i had on the first two worship circle records- i LOVE those albums. this cd isnt really in the same catergory- it doesnt have the energy, the uniqueness to it that the first ones did. its hard for me to listen to this cd straight through- it is very repetitious. the sons just dont catch me and are just too similar.
i reccomend that if you are buying this because you like the original worship cicles stuff, you should listen to samples on itunes or something first...
Chair and Microphone, Vol. 2 Second Circle Album DescriptionAllow us to take a bit more space than we usually would for one recording, as it is a recording we not only feel will be critically acclaimed, but is also one of great importance in its origin and purpose... The artist community ou Enter the Worship Circle Album DescriptionEnter the Worship Circle First Circle is a unique praise and worship album. While most such recordings contain covers of the worship standards, this album features all original songs written by 100 Portraits and Waterdeep . Whats mor Third Circle Album DescriptionThey say third times a charm, and Enter The Worship Circle meets our expectations! With eclectic melodies tailored by the voices of Ben and Robin Pasley, Barry & Michelle Patterson and Kate Hurley this album is a worthy continuation Village Thrift: Circa 2005 Now the Enter the Worship Circle family of recordings releases a brand new album series with a different title and a whole new sound! Village Thrift is ambietronic. Take a little pop melody work from Moby, a little ambient rhythm from the Chemical Br