Item description for An Invitation to Worship Live by Byron Cage...
Overview Track Listing
1. Opening 2. Prayer 3. Invitation 4. Holy Holy Holy 5. Worship The King 6. He Reigns 7. Special Place 8. We Love You (Duet With J Moss) 9. I Will Bless The Lord 10. Broken But I'm Healed 11. Praise Him 12. Rain On Me 13. Medley (Majesty/Praise The Name Of Jesus/In Case You've Forgotten/Breathe) 14. Life Him Up
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Actors: Byron Cage
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD, Live, NTSC
Region Code: 1 (USA & Canada Only)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Running Time: 87.00 minutes
Record Label Gospo Centric
Format Closed-captioned / Color / DVD / Live
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.58" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.61" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date May 30, 2006
Publisher PROVIDENT MUSIC DISTRIBUTION
ISBN 0012365289 ISBN13 0828768256299 UPC 828768256299
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about An Invitation to Worship Live?
Two Dumbs Down Feb 20, 2007
As a person in the Video Production field,and Audio field, I watched the whole DVD, and Production kinda sucked. The DVD Menu was Cheesy, an 8th year old could of done that. They should of added Chapters like the last DVD, You might as well buy the DVD version.
I also want to add is that they did not do good trying to sync the CD version with video, you can tell, Just let us see the raw Footage, with out the great sound that the CD has.
I am huge Byron Cage Fan, but DVD lacked Alot.
Hopefully next Live DVD will be just like the first DVD
Extremely disappointed Sep 11, 2006
I was very much looking forward to this DVD as I love Byron's other music. But this left very much to be desired. It looked like an independent artist put this together. Byrons lips were moving and nothing was heard...or what was heard wasn't what he was saying by watching his lips. The transitions were very choppy and there was no smooth transitions. I got tired of hearing the same canned applause when you saw no one in the crowd moving. I would not recommend the DVD to anyone. Just be happy with the CD and save yourself the disaapointment.
Disappointed Sep 7, 2006
I bought the Invitation to Worship DVD and I must say that I'm diappointed to say the least. Here's why:
1. The audio quaility of the DVD is extremely poor. On some songs I can hardly hear Bryon singing. 2. The DVD plays like a VHS - you cannot skip through the DVD which is very frustrating. You have to hold the FF and hope you don't go pass the next song. 3. The audio seems to go from stereo to mono to just plain horrible at some points. 4. It was a very poor mixing job both video and audio. The transitions between songs leave you wondering what's going on. 5. The Presence of the Lord DVD is soooooo much better.
Unless you are a diehard fan, buy something else. I recommend Tri-City's - Blessing of Abraham. Excellent DVD all-around. There is no comparison. I like Bryon Cage's music, but I thought the DVD was lacking a bit.