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Album Review

In the Spirit includes some terrific upbeat worship material, especially the anthemetic "Come, Come, Come," and wonderful ecumenical song "I Believe," as concise a statement of evangelical faith as has been recorded. Potter's country-blues and Jones' urgent pop-rock continue to compliment each other well, and the large band Lyle Lovett might envy is supple, inspired, and craftsmanlike. Only Matthew Donovan's "Everything that Has Breath" is sub-par; undoubtedly a you-had-to-be-there document of Spirit-led worship.

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this album clearly shows the might and power of Jesus Christ. Come Come Come is the best song on this album


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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