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With each song, Jonathan McReynolds creatively takes the listener on a journey and offers a soundtrack of encouragement, insight and resolve for everyday challenges, as well as the everyday joys. “Make Room” drives home the message of God’s transforming and shaping power in every area of doing life 24/7, not just empty references pointing to a Sunday only Jesus. These songs move, live and work for everywhere one could be; from the work place to any spiritual place. This live recording perfectly captures the vibrant instrumentation in the room, causing listeners to feel every guitar riff and piano embellishment, as if they were sitting front row. With the premier single, “Not Lucky, I’m Loved” McReynolds makes a bold statement, about the source of our blessings, and why they occur. Challenging social norms as he always eloquently does, these lyrics do the same emphasizing our blessings aren’t about luck, but the word, emotion and true answer is really: every good thing that happens to us and with us, is because of God’s love for us. McReynolds has garnered the admiration of renowned artists like: Stevie Wonder, Lalah Hathaway, Kirk Franklin, Cece Winans, and Tori Kelly with his incredible voice and honest approach to songwriting. It is with that same style, that every moment embodied in this work translates from the living room to any room a person could be living in. This collection of life tunes, is offered to honor and align us all with the One who gives us LIFE!
McDowell has produced a pretty much perfect gospel worship album here, combining as it does top quality songs (almost all McDowell's own work)with sweet performance and expert production. Recorded live at The Gathering Place Worship Centre, Orlando, Florida back in 2009 and subsequently a huge success thanks to the viral hit "I Give Myself Away”.
A relative newcomer, it’s taken just a few released projects and only a few short years for Todd Dulaney to quickly become a favorite worship leader and performer—marking the young artist already scrapping together GRAMMY, Stellar, and Dove Award nominations. Make no mistake, however, Dulaney is all about ministry stating, “My hope is that I will be successful at pointing people to Jesus, no matter what—that is what I want my legacy to be.” With his second live LP in as many years, the Spirit is more-than apparent on Your Great Name , proving Dulaney’s heart behind the music. Encapsulating a true worship experience, Your Great Name also accomplishes a variety of musical approaches, offering an inclusive space for all to freely worship—an intrinsic quality to note.