Glory Song by Matt Redman CD Review
I am a homeschooling mom of five, so I thought it would be a great idea to play the CD during our homeschool day to keep our hearts lifted. Boy did it work! I love how the first song, All Glory, begins with the choir vocalizing and moves into the wonderfully upbeat Gospel Song. Gospel Song has a wonderful melody and kept my foot tapping.
Greatest Hallelujah starts of sweetly with just a guitar and then it builds and brings in piano and other instruments. I can see myself singing this song a lot and it may be my favorite song on the entire album. Gracefully broken is a nice powerful song that is very moving. I like the addition of the female vocals too.
One Day(When we all get to heaven) is a piano driven classic hymn that took me back to singing at the small town country church I first attended as an adult. It was just like how we sang there and it was very nostalgic for me. The rest of the album continued with beautiful, heartfelt songs that were soothing and uplifting to listen to during our homeschool day.
Redemption ground particularly was very calming and lovely to listen to. I especially enjoyed Still I will sing. That no matter what, I will sing praises to God. I really enjoyed listening to this album and highly recommend it to anyone.
Check out some great videos about this album here:
Gracefully Broken Top Of The Tower Live Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__haUJns_b8 Gracefully Broken (Lyric Video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJNR0lxbIP4 Gracefully Broken (Song Story): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LeKJYkhIo8
Matt Redman teamed up with several of his worship-artist friends for this album, first releasing the track “Gracefully Broken (feat. Tasha Cobbs Leonard).” Tasha Cobbs Leonard also released her own version of this song on the same day! The album also features Kierra Sheard, Guvna B, Madison Cunningham, and Kim Walker-Smith
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I was given a copy of Matt Redman's Glory Song CD in exchange for my honest review.