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My Soul Sings: Live From Bogota, Colombia [edit]
by Delirious? | Genre: Praise & Worship | Release Date: March 24, 2009

Filmed in front of a crowded Colombian auditorium, My Soul Sings takes you center stage as Delirious? perform old favorites such as the anthematic "History Maker", "Deeper", and "Majesty" alongside newer offerings including "My Soul Sings", "Love Will Find A Way", and "God Is Smiling".

DVD contents: videos the same as audio CD in the set except in a different order.

Track Listing
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01. Rain Down
02. God Is Smiling
03. God's Romance
04. Hallelujah
05. Bliss
06. Love Will Find A Way
07. All God's Children
08. History Maker
09. Break The Silence
10. Deeper
11. Majesty
12. Kingdom Of Comfort
13. Stare The Monster Down
14. My Soul Sings

Entry last edited by liveheart on 10.21.17

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Delirious? [My Soul Sings] | Posted March 10, 2009
Filmed and recorded in front of 12,000 people in a Colombian auditorium, “My Soul Sings” takes you on a musical journey with Delirious?. The collection includes favorites such as the anthemic “History Maker”, “Deeper” and “Majesty” alongside offerings from the last album “Kingdom of Comfort” including "My Soul Sings", "Love Will Find A Way" and "God Is Smiling". With Delirious? taking a break at the end of 2009 this is the last live project from one of the pioneers of the modern worship movement. Since 1997’s “Cutting Edge” I have greatly enjoyed the Brit-Rock music and lyrical worshipfulness of Delirious?. “I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever”, “My Glorious”, and “Majesty” have become staples in church services, and as a long-time fan of fellow British rockers U2, Coldplay, Radiohead and worship leader Matt Redman, I have eagerly anticipated every album by Delirious?.

“My Soul Sings” begins with the worship classic “Rain Down” and the energy and enthusiasm of the crowd is infectious. I knew when I started singing and clapping along with the live recording that I was in for a real treat. The next 65 minutes and 13 songs kept me hooked with Martin Smith’s vocals, Stu G’s guitar playing and the amazing audience participation. This is what a live recording is all about. I also enjoy “Now Is The Time: Live At Willow Creek” and “Accesse:D” and this album is a perfect complement to those amazing recordings.

The album beautifully builds to a 9 minute version of the classic “History Maker”. During the song Martin explains the application of what it means to live out the gospel: “to break the chains of injustice, get rid of exploitation in the workplace, what I’m interested in seeing you do is share your food and feed the hungry…”. The Spanish translation of Martin’s dialog is wonderful. One of my favorite songs of the decade is “Majesty”. Martin sings the chorus in Spanish: “Majestad, Majestad”. This is now my favorite version of “Majesty”. This amazing collection ends with the worship song “My Soul Sings” and has all 12,000 people singing “my soul sings” in English and Spanish.

This is an amazing collection of songs from one of the greatest bands in Christian music. If you like Brit-Rock and praise and worship live albums, then you can’t go wrong with “My Soul Sings”.

Rating: 9.3 out of 10 (93%, A)

Review written by: Kevin Davis | Review can also be found here.

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