Item description for WordSound&Power by Christafari...
1) Blood And Fire 2) Consuming Fire 3) Soon Come 4) Thief In The Night 5) Love Of My Life 6) Intentions 7) Emancipation Proclamation 8) My Radio 9) My Stereo 10) Selassie Say 11) Why You Ago Look 12) Among The Dead 13) Hallelujah 14) Food For The Hungry 15) Warriors Chant 16) Warriors 17) Onward Christian Soldiers 18) Talawa 19) Render Your Heart 20) Cry No More 21) For My Fathers Sake 22) Roaring Lion 23) Word Sound And Power 24) No Water Can Out This Fire
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Studio: Lion of Zion Entertainment
Record Label Lion of Zion Entertainment
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54"
Release Date Nov 1, 2009
Publisher TONY WHITE MUSIC GROUP
ISBN 5553985900 ISBN13 0026297651022 UPC 026297651022
Reviews - What do customers think about WordSound&Power?
an OK effort Aug 11, 2005
If you like Christafari, you will probably prefer the "Gravity" album to "WordSound&Power."
But I just can't get into Christafari. The problem is NOT Christian reggae as such. Many Christians, both Rasta and non-Rasta, make excellent reggae.
No, the problem is that Christafari has put out some catchy pop reggae over the years, but the quality is spotty. Too much Christafari music seems overproduced, lacking true heart and soul. The lyrics that aren't stolen directly from Bob Marley often seem contradictory and don't make sense. The DUB is weak too.
Christians will probably find "WordSound&Power" too sectarian. If you're not a premillennialist pentacostal fundamentalist, and especially if you're an orthodox roots Christian, you're inevitably going to be annoyed by Christafari's (really poor) theology. Christafari should have stuck to essentials.
Me mellow now Aug 28, 2002
Great reggae CD. Its so hard to find good reggae, let alone good Christian reggae. The lyrics STAYED within the boundaries of someone who has a relationship with Christ. I am listening to it at work and there are a lot of people asking me who is the artist. Great job, I can't wait for more stuff.
Texas To Tansoback May 5, 2001
I met my wife "Nikki" a couple of years ago. She introduced me to Christafari thru Soulfire. I loved it. I was really sad thinking that with the breakup "this is it..no more Christafari". When I heard about WSP I had to check it out. I was very much concerned about how Tansoback would sound with the missing voices. I was so impressed with WSP. The message, the sound, all of it was great! I guess the best way I can put it is like this: When in church I sometimes see people raise their hands up when we are singing. I have never felt compelled to "raise my hands up while in song". And to go a step more I really thought they were just trying to get a little attention. I sound like a really sweet Christian don't I?..lol. Anyway when I listen to WSP I feel like raising my hands up to the Lord in song and praise. Tansoback, thank you for the eye opener! ...and thanks to everyone in Christafari...you did good guys! -Charley- Dallas,TX
Best Gospel Reggae Mar 25, 2001
Word,Sound&Power is the best gospel reggae album I have ever heard, those wicked bass line make u ball and there is more to come one there next album. This album is a must have for all reggae lovers... Bless God.
THE ULTIMATE JAM! Oct 22, 2000
Although I liked the previous albums, Word Sound & Power is on another level! "My Stereo" and "Food for the Hungry" became quick favorites to me. "Blood and Fire" and "Word Sound & Power" were arranged very skillfully and every track is worth listening to!