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Declare Your Name (Live Worship)

The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir

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Album Review

For the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir's second Integrity album, founder Carol Cymbala and Jason Michael Webb have written a batch of new songs that casts the large group in a contemporary mode. That is to say, this is not traditional or traditional-sounding religious choir music. Rather, despite the large vocal group and its accompanying orchestra, the music is more in a pop/AC style, often employing soloists in call and response format. Thus, the album should be categorized more as a CCM effort. Cymbala and Webb actually locate the sound not far from the choir's 1972 founding; the music often would have fit on late-‘70s or early-‘80s pop radio and displays the influence of pop/soul masters like Stevie Wonder and Lionel Richie. Richie's Caribbean lilt (e.g., "All Night Long [All Night]") is on display on such tunes as "It All Belongs to You" and "Coming Back." There are songs that are taken by the choir alone, but even these often boast buoyant pop arrangements, such as "Where Can I Go." "Helpless," on the other hand, is set to an acoustic guitar gently fingerpicked as accompaniment to a male solo singer, and the choir is not heard at all. The result is a varied collection in terms of the music. Of course, the message is constant, as choir and soloists profess their faith, leading up to the stirring and catchy title song in which they assure their Savior they are not afraid to "declare your name."

Customer Reviews

WOW!!! What we've been waiting for from BTC

Words sometimes cannot express the beauty of God's work. Praise the Lord for this album. Lives will be touched and changed from this.

Some of these songs show the increased maturity of this choir. "Wonderful to Me" is so formal and beautiful and has one of the BEST female soloists ever to be in this choir, Alicia Olatuja. The song "Helpless" with Paul Baloche shows raw emotion and is very contemporary. "New Jerusalem" with TaRanda Green is show-stopping at the first note she sings. Her passion and soul is refreshing and rare. Other albums by this choir sould much more urban - but listening to this CD... Every note is controlled, every phrase instructed. Much has changed at BTC - for the better! It is so soulful but precise.

This choir just gets better and better. They serve the Lord for no pay. They practice and serve and never ask for anything in return. I am so thankful for this choir and the people that lead them.

God Bless you, Carol Cymbala! You (and He) did it again!

Amazing Album

I have been a fan of the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir since I can remember and their songs are always a blessing. This album features so many beautiful and annointed ministers of music and the Choir sounds amazing!! This album must be a part of your collection not only because it's The Brooklyn Tabernacle but because the love of the Lord you feel from this gifted group is remarkable. I had to give 5 stars cause that's the highest but it deserves even more than that....Thanks Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir for doing what you do and allowing people who know God to draw closer to him through your music and you also make those who don't know the Lord want to know him.

What a great album

What a great album!
This is special, beacuse Israel Houghton and Paul Baloche are participated in this album.
They're the world's most powerful worship leaders. How's the Brooklyn Tabernacle with Israel & Paul? don't ask just buy it!! I thinks this album is one of the best album of the year.


Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '70s, '90s, '00s

When pastor Jim Cymbala and his wife Carol came to the Brooklyn Tabernacle in 1972, the church consisted of 15-20 people. Carol started a choir about a year later with nine people. Today, the choir has 240 voices and 6,000 people worship there every week. As a recording group, the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir has sold three million albums and has won several Grammy and Dove Awards. Warner Alliance's...
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