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Album Review

Warfare, led by Don Potter, has an astonishing moment during "Repentance": the worship leader prays for forgiveness for abortion, and calls out "I'm as guilty as the next man." The moment feels unplanned and genuine, and is a great example of what can happen during honest worship. As with other MorningStar titles, the music is funky and soulful, filled with hearty singing, terrific musicianship, and solid songs which spread out to make room for prayerful moments. One of the better worship albums out there, if not quite as great as MorningStar's Vision.


Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s

MorningStar is the worship team and series for the church of the same name in North Carolina. Pastor Rick Joyner places great emphasis on worship and worship music, and Don Potter and Leonard Jones have put together a large and nimble team capable of playing tightly even while swinging through unrehearsed improvisations. The songs, usually written by members of MorningStar, usually hinge on a passage of Biblical scripture; the music bears many influences, including reggae, pop, soul, gospel, country,...
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