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Church: Songs of Soul and Inspiration

By on Tuesday, May 6th, 2003 in Music

Church: Songs of Soul and Inspiration

Church: Songs of Soul and Inspiration

by Various Artists

Label: UTV Records
Released: 2003
Genre: Religious, R&B
Styles: Gospel, Quiet Storm, Urban

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Tracklist:

  1. It’s Sacred: Church – Dr. Maya Angelou
  2. The Wonder Of You – Jennifer Holliday
  3. Way Up There – Patti Labelle
  4. Reach Out And Touch (Somebody’s Hand) – Stephanie Mills
  5. How Deep Is Your Love – En Vogue
  6. You Gotta Be – Patti Austin (play sample above)
  7. His Eye Is On The Sparrow – Shirley Caesar
  8. As – The Fire Choir
  9. Love Me Still – Chaka Khan
  10. Ave Maria – Denyce Graves
  11. Ooh Child – Nnenna Freelon
  12. What The World Needs Now Is Love – Dionne Warwick
  13. A Song For You – Ann Nesby
  14. Way Up There – The Fire Choir
  15. Reprise – Dr. Maya Angelou
  16. That’s What The Music’s Supposed To Do
  17. Singing Is My Form Of Prayer
  18. Your Hear Gold In This Music

Allmusic.com review states: “This two-disc set (one music disc and one CD-ROM) isn’t your usual collection of spiritual tunes. CHURCH: SONGS OF SOUL & INSPIRATION exists at the crossroads between gospel and R&B. There are hardly any overt gospel tunes here at all, in fact, but the spirit still moves strongly through every cut. A stellar cast of top-shelf female gospel and R&B singers tackles songs that hail mostly from the pop world but are firmly applicable to the theme of faith…” – by Rovi.

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