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Patrick Lundy & The Ministers Of Music – In The Fellowship

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The Ministers of Music also tackle the lively, Rudolph Stanfield -penned song, Far Away. More traditional in nature, it’s a hand-clapper for sure. Another traditional winner is the No Rocks Gonna Cry Out. It’s a high-octane track by gospel trailblazer Edwin Hawkins. Opening with a memorable organ and a slamming closing vamp, Praise His Name is another awesome track. Those in D.C. area will find the track Garment of Praise familiar. Originally recorded by the city’s gospel trio, Remnant, Lundy & The Ministers Of Music give it a new updated twist. Many will like the celebratory track, That’s Who He Is.

Some of prettiest songs in gospel are captured on this collage of music. Strikingly beautiful ballads like You Carried Me (written by Lundy)and Will You Still Love Me (written by Neville Peter) are simply love songs to the Lord. Gracie Thomas lends her smoky vocals to the riveting track, It’s All Over. Let There Be Peace is a relaxing tune highlighting the importance of unity and harmony. The mellow track is led by singer John Stoddart. The impressive CD closes with a song written by Bernie Herms, husband of contemporary Christian music’s Natalie Grant. The solemn and reverent song, You Are All I Need, is quite reflective and pensive, containing a classical and orchestral component.

Some of the industry’s best musicians are included on In The Fellowship including Mo’ Horns, Paul “PJ” Morgan, Calvin Napper and keyboardist and co-producer Cedric Thompson. Patrick Lundy & The Ministers Of Music have provided an excellent album of remarkable songs which minister directly to the soul.

For more information on Patrick Lundy & The Ministers Of Music, log onto www.plundymom.com.

Feedback - Rene Williams is a freelance writer for Gospelcity.com, GTM Magazine and Charisma Magazine. She also is the author of the Gospel News Update, a bi-weekly e-zine about what's happening in the Christian music industry, and the D.C. Gospel News Update, a weekly newsletter about gospel events in the Washington, D.C. area.



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