Live To Worship is a combination of simplistic yet dynamic lyrics and modern rock instrumentals birthed out of a heart of worship. Join Lincoln and company as they take your favorite worship songs to new and glorious heights. Live to Worship includes the songs "Shout to the Lord," "The Power of Your Love," "Lord, I Lift Your Name on High," and "Amazing Grace."
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Great Worship - Doesn't Get Better Than This| Posted August 18, 2007
Lincoln Brewster began his musical journey at an age when most children are learning to walk. At the tender age of one, he was keeping rhythm on a drum set. By age 7, Lincoln was playing guitar and mandolin. With career highlights that include guitar work with Steve Perry (former lead singer for Journey) and Michael W. Smith, Lincoln's passion is for worship. After listening to Lincoln's first release, we'll just pretend that Live To Worship is Lincoln's debut album. There really is no comparison. Lincoln has picked up the amplifier for this collection of modern new and familiar worship tunes. From his rollicking opener, "You Alone," to the closing instrumental version of "Amazing Grace" " the clearest focus of Live To Worship is direct, unfiltered praise and worship of God. This could very well be the soundtrack to the Gen-X church service, even after a number of years. Seven of the eleven tracks are Lincoln's original works, but the rest of the album is filled in with altered renditions of popular modern worship favorites. Songs like "Lord, I Lift Your Name On High," "Amazing Grace" and "Shout to the Lord" are familiar to all of us, but you have never heard them quite like this, and they are wonderful. Lincoln's vocals shine high on this record as well and he has a great way of drawing you into the entire experience of worship wherever you are.
lincoln brewster| Posted August 23, 2008
This isn`t my favorite worship cd. Most of the songs are pretty slow, so you have to be in the mood for that. I like a couple of the songs, but the ones I like a lot they already play on the radio all the time.