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Mouth in Motion by Mark Lowry
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Studio: Word -- Word --
Record Label Word -- Word --
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54"
Release Date Sep 30, 1994
Publisher WORD INC. (MUSIC) #38
ISBN 7019441602 ISBN13 0080688306922 UPC 080688306922
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Lowry
Mark Lowry has been a member of The Gaither Vocal Band and recorded for Word Records for the past 15 years. A well-known comedian, author, and singer, he also co-hosts the popular TNN special, "The Homecoming," with Bill Gaither.
Mark Lowry currently resides in Nashville, in the state of Tennessee.
Mark Lowry has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Mouth in Motion?
This mouth is always in motion.... Jul 6, 2003
Mark Lowry has made a name for himself, a sort of a Christian Weird Al. No artist or song is safe from Mark Lowry. If he can find a way to make it funny, he will.
Stephen Curtis Chapman's "The Great Adventure," Michael W. Smith's "Place In This World," and Amy Grant's "Every Heartbeat" are all fodder for Mark's comedy and rewriting.
The best is the parody of Wayne Watson's and Sandi Patti's "Another Time, Another Place," called "Some Other Time, Some Other Place." Somehow, Mark managed to rope Sandi to join him on this duet, creating what is probably the funniest parody of all time.
This comedy album pretty much follows standard Mark Lowry fare, in which the first three-quarters are pure comedy, with the last quarter of the album, while still funny at times, contains his message. For non-Christians, this will be enough to avoid the album all-together. Even many Christians will avoid it, or at least the "message" part of the album. This is a shame, since Mark really has something to say.
Mark has many albums and videos out to enjoy. This is as good as any to start your collection with.
Hey, I liked it! Jun 30, 2000
The duet with Sandi Patti, the spoof on Amy Grant's "Every Heartbeat," Mark and Steven Curtis Chapman's "The Date Adventure," Michael W. Smith's "Place in this World" Mark Lowry-style... I loved everything about this video! I also appreciate Mark's serious side as well. His commentary along with the song, "This, Too, Shall Pass," has been a reminder to me many times that God sees all things, and the troubled times always have an end. This video is definitly one to own.
Good for the most part, but not entirely.:P May 15, 2000
I have seen Mark Lowry in concert on March 11, 2000, (in Louisville, Kentucky) but this cd is good, but the last 2 songs on this cd are terrible. Mark can sing really good, yes, but those last 2 songs were not as good as the first few songs were. Even Mark's jokes when he talked on the cd were HYSTERICAL. I just wish that Mark hadn't put those other 2 songs on the album, but had put something else on, like him singing with the Gather band, (which he is a member of, by the way), or him telling more jokes. "Open Heart Surgery" was the best part of the whole album, because it's funny.
Not bad, but not his best Apr 14, 2000
Well, I have seen all of Mark Lowry's videos, and I love 'em all. I have to say that this one is his worst, but it isn't too bad. While all of his others get a 5 star rating from me, this gets a 4. It has some rediculous parts, and "The Date Adventure" is really stupid. I would not recommend this to someone who just wants one or two of Mark's videos, but if you have the rest of them, I'd add this to your collection. This would be my last choice, but it's still worth it.
A Dud Apr 13, 2000
Believe me, I am a huge Mark Lowry fan. I've seen "Remotely Controlled" and "My First Comedy Video" and loved them. I couldn't wait to see this one. I wish I had waited. This is a big dud. 90% of this movie is just stupid. The rest is dumb. Now I know stupidity is a big part of comedy, but not like this. The best song on the movie is at the end with an old clip of him singing as a child on some old TV show (at least, that's what it looks like. If not, they did a good job of making the kid look like Mark). "Face in This World" is ok. The rest are too dumb. The short clips of concert footage is much worse than in his other videos. The only time I really laughed at something for a reason other than how stupid it was, was when he says what he does when people greet him in the morning. If you are looking for an awesome Christion comedy video pick up "Remotely Controlled" right now. That is by far the best. All the music videos on this one look low budget and stupid. I wish I could like this movie, but I can't. Please don't let me make it seem that Mark Lowry isn't good at comedy. I would give "Remotely Controlled" a 6 out of 5 if I could. "My First Comedy Video" is great too. Please get those instead of this one!