Overview The blend of uilleann pipes, pennywhistle and a multi-national worship band create a powerful backdrop for the intensely honest songs of Robin Mark (author of "Days Of Elijah") that have become well known throughout Ireland.
Record Label Hosanna Music
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.94" Width: 5.64" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 18, 1999
Publisher WORD ACCT# W41160193
ISBN 7472011231 EAN 9787472011239 UPC 000768140628
Availability 29 units. Availability accurate as of May 26, 2017 05:07.
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Awesome, beautiful, inspiring worship. A must-own, Mar 15, 2007
This cd is a classic of worship cds and deservedly so. Robin Mark and his band play songs of uncommon beauty. The lyrics lift up and exalt Christ and the musicianship is top-notch. I have owned this cd for a few years now and it never gets old. Every song is excellent, but a few standout tracks include Revival, Jesus, all for Jesus and an awe-inspiring version of Days of Elijah, which is worth the cost of the album by itself. My favorite song, however, is the gentle and woshipful How Great are You Lord. I hope heaven sounds like this.
Absolutely brilliant worship album Feb 13, 2007
This is a unique, uplifting, utterly brilliant worship album. I can honestly say that I had never before heard of Irish-based music in the form of a worship concert album. The message in the songs is uplifting and spiritual, and the music itself is wonderful. Be prepared to have your heartstrings tugged on songs like the opener "Garments of Praise", "How Great Are You Lord", and "Be Unto Your Name". "Revival" is a wonderful, epic, thought-provoking, anthemic song. "Shout to the North" is a catchy, uptempo number. "Days of Elijah", as the closing track, is the ultimate uplifting masterpiece. My congregation has used this brilliant track as a sending song every couple of months or so for the past couple of years, and it is an absolute congregational favorite in a church where contemporary worship is finally beginning to be embraced.
For sure, "Days of Elijah" is representative of an album that is an absolute winner. The songs are based on passages in the Bible, and the music is touching and uplifting and truly praises Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. In addition, the songs are not at all hard to learn and sing along to. I highly recommend this album.
Revival in Belfast - Robin Mark Jan 6, 2007
I love this celtic annointed worship music. Enter into His Presence with this CD. My personal favourites are: When It's All Been Said & Done, There is No other Name & Days of Elijah. I first heard "When all's Been Said & Done" on the Worship network, and I knew I had to get this CD. You can't help but sing along especially to Days of Elijah. My spirit is blessed with this lovely music.
Revival in Belfast Aug 31, 2006
Wonderful music. I was actually looking for two of the songs that are on the CD but didn't realise it was recorded live. For me I like music more when there isn't any of the interaction that goes on with a live recording, but overall not a complaint.
The total is greater than the sum of the parts Jul 8, 2006
I was familiar with selections from this disc, but the complete disc is simply joyful. I'm not sure I've ever made a purchase with such high expectations and had them exceeded. The music is distinctly Celtic, the musicians skilled and in synch, the singers full of praise, and the whole package praises our glorious God and Savior at every turn.