Item description for Rejoice by 2nd Chapter Of Acts...
1) Rejoice 2) Bread Of Life 3) Nobody Can Take My Life 4) Here I Go 5) Rise Up And Take A Bow 6) Ive Got A Break In My Heart 7) Dont Understand It 8) Hes My Source 9) Heaven Came To Earth 10) Will You Remember Me 11) Mountain Tops 12) Bread Of Live Reprise
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Record Label Sparrow
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 1992
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
ISBN 0001499688 ISBN13 0017627129823 UPC 017627129823
One Of 2nd Chapter's Best (And Not One Song Is On The "Best Of" Collection?!) Mar 30, 2007
I've heard 2nd Chapter Of Acts do some songs from this project two years before it was released. This album was worth the wait. One change in their music: instead of Phil Keaggy playing the lead guitar, Kerry Livgern of Kansas, a recent convert to Christianity at that point, took over the lead guitars.
My favorite songs from the project include "Bread Of Life", "Nobody Can Take My Life Away From Me", "Can't Understand It", "Heaven Came To Earth", "Will You Remember Me?", and "Mountain Tops". "Bread Of Life", "Heaven Came To Earth", and "Mountain Tops" belonged on the greatest hit collection, as did "Rejoice" and "I've Got A Break In My Heart".
Good album Nov 10, 2006
A light but well produced album from 2nd Chapter of Acts. It was very enjoyable to rehear the songs from a few years back when the group was still together.
Good voices, nice variety of songs. Jan 3, 2005
This is my very favorite 2nd Chapter of Acts CD. The songs range from worship ("Bread of Life", "I've Got a Break in my Heart", "He's My Source") to pop-rock ("Here I Go", "Rise Up and Take a Bow", "Don't Understand It"). But don't worry: none of it's TOO hard, especially by today's standards. If you like the music of Queen or Abba, you will probably like it as much as I do. Don't be fooled by the bouncy little "pop" intro of "Will You Remember Me": it has one of the VERY best electric guitar solos I've ever heard by ANYONE, Christian OR secular. One of my favorite songs, "Nobody Can Take My Life", has a nice driving beat, but needs a little something: maybe some electric guitar, tastefully done, of course. Ironically, my LEAST favorite song is the title song, "Rejoice"; too repetitive, I guess. Overall, the voices of these two sisters and brother are easy on the ears... nice harmony, nice variety of songs. Could use a little more electric guitar, but worthy to be on my Top 10 List.