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The Shepherds Found a Lamb
Greater Vision
The Shepherds Found a Lamb
Genres: Christian, Gospel


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All Artists: Greater Vision
Title: The Shepherds Found a Lamb
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Riversong
Release Date: 3/1/1996
Genres: Christian, Gospel
Style: Pop & Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 084418436422, 084418436446

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CD Reviews

Vincent A. Petraglia | New York City, USA | 03/05/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"1. 2:54 He Set Me Free
2. 3:30 If There's No God
3. 2:53 Once And For All
4. 3:55 He Gave Me The Well
5. 3:24 The Blood Hasn't Ever Changed
6. 2:55 The Shepherds Found A Lamb
7. 2:41 I Don't Want To Go Back
8. 5:13 The Spirit Of Brokenness
9. 3:16 My Guilt Is No Match For His Grace
10. 2:11 Lift Me Up Above The Shadows
Live: The Shepherds Found A Lamb
Vincent A. Petraglia | 06/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This incredible live album by Greater Vision is a soul-stirring experience. I highly recommend it."
The quality you expect from Greater Vision
Amy Rogers | KS | 02/23/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Here is a great album from 1996 (over a decade ago) which already has GV's trademark high quality. I believe this is Jason Waldroup's first album with them. It has some classic slower songs, like "He Gave Me The Well" and "If There's No God." It is interesting to see that the group's vocal style has evolved a little, and, in some respects, improved since then, but I really enjoy Rodney Griffin on this album. A couple of the faster songs ("I Don't Want To Go Back" and "Lift Me Up Above The Shadows") just aren't produced with the same taste that later albums show, but the album opens with possibly the best version of "He Set Me Free" that I've ever heard. They slowed it down a little with a more laid-back feel, "slide into" their notes just right, and have an introduction, short break, and ending of perfect electric guitar playing. This album is well worth the money.

But it is incorrectly listed here as a live album. This is all studio ... GV's first live album was "Live At First Baptist Atlanta," which came out just a few years ago.

Edit: I don't know if I can take the credit or not, but I see it is no longer listed as "live." Great!

I would like to add that this album has only grown on me the more I listened to it."