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Michael W. Smith hat die internationale Lobpreis-Szene geprägt wie kaum ein anderer. Einige der bekanntesten Anbetungslieder unserer Tage stammen aus seiner Feder. Und auch nach 30 erfolgreichen Jahren in der christlichen Musikszene ist sein Wunsch ungebrochen, Lobpreis und Anbetung in Form von Musik Ausdruck zu verleihen und Menschen in die Begegnung mit Gott zu führen. Dass ihm dies gelingt, zeigt die Tatsache, dass sich seine Lobpreis-Alben 'Worship', 'Worship Again' und 'A New Hallelujah' bis dato mehr als drei Millionen Mal verkauft haben. Für sein neues Lobpreis-Studio-Album hat er die Messlatte wieder einmal hoch angesetzt. 'Herausragende Songs sind schwer zu finden', gesteht der Sänger und Songwriter selbstkritisch ein. Aber wer Michael W. Smith kennt, der weiß, dass er sich nicht mit Mittelmäßigkeit zufrieden gibt. Und so wird auch sein neues Studio-Album garantiert wieder einige Lobpreis-Klassiker von morgen zu bieten haben.
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Sovereign has a very different feel than all of Michael W. Smith's previous worship albums. There isn't a live church choir or concert setting, and most of the songs are original, meaning they haven't previous been produced and recorded by someone else. The few that are, haven't been played to death on the radio yet, so it makes this album feel fresher and newer as apposed to his previous worship offerings.
While all of Michael's other worship projects averaged 50% original material and 50% previously recorded material, this one contains like 90% new and like only 10% already recorded. Certainly not meaning this as a bad thing, but since the other ones were going for that live church feeling, familiar worship songs were a plus. Some people simply have a hard time learning new songs, so throwing a dozen completely new songs out there to learn on the spot is a bit much. While other people have an ear for music and can pick up a new song before the chorus is over.
You Won't Let Go is one of my favorites as it's based on Romans 38-39 which i remember learning years ago in church and has been a comfort in times when i'm hurting and uncertain of what the future may hold.
I like the catchy almost tinkling bells sound that accompany Sky Spills Over. Soon as i heard the intro knew i'd like the song. The message of hope and inspiration confirms it for me. Definitely another favorite on the album.
Jeremiah 29:11 has been one of my favorite Bible verses, and even though it's not mentioned in the booklet, it's pretty clear where the inspiration for Sovereign Over Us came from. Always thought that verse would be great as a song and well, here it is.
Songs based on the love and sacrifice of Jesus never grow old, and i for see The Same Power and All Arise becoming Easter traditional songs. Songs like these are the reminder that it's because of Him, we are here.
All in all, while Michael's previous worship projects are what drew me to him and his music, i will treasure this new worship offering for it's fresh sounding originality.
those of us who followed his music from the beginning of his career, we
think of "Friends" and his authoring of classics like "Thy Word", "How
Majestic is Your Name", and "Emmanuel". Some of us from a more recent
era may think of his live "Worship" albums. Others may remember many of
his public appearances on television. Regardless of how you remember
this impressive Christian artist, one thing comes to mind, "diverse, yet
solid". Michael has done a wide variety of music in his 30-plus years
on the scene. But whatever the variety, he has always stayed faithful
to his Christian roots and his Christian base. Yet he has managed to
make enough of an impression in the secular music industry where most
people know who he is.
Michael has done it all. He began to catch the public eye in the early
1980's when he toured with Amy Grant. If you can ever catch her "Age to
Age" concert on youtube, you can see Michael was highlighted quite a bit
during the concert. Michael has done a wide variety of albums and music
from Christian pop to hard rock to praise and worship to instrumentals
to Christmas albums (with a fourth Christmas album in the works). He
has done some acting for Christian films and has done some pastoring at
his church. He is a man of God who is motivated and unafraid to take
risks. And, unlike some other Christian artists from the 80's, has
remained faithful to his wife of over 30 years. Singer, musician,
author, pastor, actor, husband, father, grandfather... Michael, we love
Now, to his latest album "Sovereign". I believe I have purchased all
his albums over the years, but don't still have them all. Some were
cassette tapes and vinyl LP's in the 80's. And I confess, his albums
have been hit-or-miss with me. My favorites were "Project" from 1983,
"I 2 Eye" from 1988, "I'll Lead You Home" in 1995 and his first 2
Christmas albums. So what did I think of "Sovereign"? This album was
not ground-breaking in any sense of the word. He's done these styles
before, both musically and lyrically. The styles are pretty much pop
and soft rock, though one song sounds kind of western. it's pretty
funky. What IS unique here is the common theme. He sings of the
attributes of God and the human relationship with the Him. Many songs
are subtle and filled imagery ..."You are the Anchor for my soul, You
won't let go, You won't let go" and others deal with the cross, blood,
and resurrection of Jesus.
This album if fun to listen to and stirring at the same time. Michael
is not trying to break into the secular market or trying to become the
next Chris Tomlin, he is just writing and singing from the heart, and
doing it passionately. He is singing about his love for His God and His
God does for him on a daily basis. For those fans of Michael, you will
not be disappointed with "Sovereign". For those of you unfamiliar with
his music, this will be a good album to try out his music with. It's
quite mellow, but lively. From the heart, but not overly preachy.
Michael, keep up the good work.