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Live From New York at Lincoln Center
Genres: Pop, Rock, Christian, Gospel
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Keri R. (keriraphael) from SALYER, CA
Reviewed on 8/23/2011...
This is a great CD. James Hall has a huge talent.
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Definintely ranked with the greats of gospel in my book!
Lawrence V. White (lwhite2101@hotma | Middletown, CT USA | 10/25/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"James Hall is one of the best composers and writers in gospel music. From his first CD, "God is in Control," he has shown his maturity and musical intellect. His musical variety and selection has become much more broad and creative than the normal "church" music that many composers and artist limit themselves to. He has gone far beyond the normal spectrum of gospel to create a new illustration of gospel music (the reason for "According to James Hall-Chpt 3). He has brought us back to the forms of music that God has blessed us with and have had stolen from us (or in some ways given away) and used for other glorifications. But James Hall, along with some of the most talented writers in the New York area (such as Melvin Crispell) has brought them back to the church to glorify God (Psalms 121:1). You have some of the best musicians (such as Reggie, Eddie, John Peters,etc.). And I don't think I would be exageratting by saying you have the best tenors in gospel music. James Hall & WAP, continue to do what you are doing--despite all the talk about clarity and enunciation. Bless God whole-heartily! Let God continue to shine upon you all!"
James' Music is Indescribable
Lawrence V. White (lwhite2101@hotma | 10/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"James' music is far beyond the simple mind, and he knows it. One can go to church and he/she will find choirs singing different song artists' songs. John kee, Hezakiah, and Kirk are all good but they can't touch James. He's just a bad man! From the rhythim to the choirs' horrific vibrato, his work can't be put in words. Most choirs don't sing his songs,not because they don't enjoy them, but because it requires mad rhythim and technique. Kirk is a rookie compared to this man. and if you don't know, now you know, GLORY GLORY! Email me for more converse on gospel artists at email@example.com"