Overview Song List 1. Elder Rance Allen Intro 2. He's The Greatest 3. It's Time For Worship 4. Me Out 5. I Won't Let Go 6. That's Why I Praise You 7. At The Cross 8. Karamu 9. More Than Anything 10. Broadcast, The 11. Just For Me 12. Welcome 13. Breathe On Me 14. Oh How Wondrous 15. I Do Worship (Reprise) 16. You Blessed Me (Reprise) 17. Enough Is Enough 18. I Won't Let Go - (dance mix) 19. I Am 20. I Won't Let Go - (interlude) 21. (untitled) - (bonus track)
Record Label Verity
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.1" Width: 5.98" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Release Date Nov 12, 2002
Publisher PROVIDENT MUSIC DISTRIBUTION
ISBN 7901004908 EAN 0012414320025 UPC 012414320025
This album is one of the best I've heard in a while. Mr. John P Kee has been in the business for a long time, and he seems to get better with age. He keeps up with the trend of music without compromising the message. The tracks are awesome, the vocals are on point, and the melody is a dream to hear (excluding track #11). If you love gospel music and are a fan of listening to choir types, this is definitely the album for you. Track #6,9,13 in addition to #5 and 14 - are some of the most awesome songs you will ever want to hear. You may have never heard any of these songs before, but I GUARANTEE that you will not want to pass up the opportunity to experience this CD for yourself by any means. John P Kee is the King Of Gospel Music! LONG LIVE THE KING!!!!!
Tracks 2 & 5 are an antidepressant without side effects Apr 7, 2004
I'm a white guy and an atheist, no less. So why am I giving 5 stars to this CD? Because two tracks, "He's The Greatest" and "I Won't Let Go" are the two songs I've listened to more times than any others in my 54 years on earth. And I've listened to a lot of music: from classical to big band, ragtime to fusion jazz. The rest of the CD doesn't do much for me but it's more than worth the money for just those two tracks. I find them so uplifting that I'd guess they'd be a ...antidepressant. I use it to keep me pumped up as I ride my boring exercise bike.
Wan-D's quick review of Blessed By Association Jan 30, 2004
I honestly don't know what or what not to say concerning this CD...except.... Exceptional and Excellent. J.P. has such a spirit of excellence that spills over to the entire New Life Community that affects anyone who has a true heart to worship God in Spirit and in truth! Every song is a blast, rich, full of depth, meaning, life, colorful, and colorless. God shines through each track!!
The musicians are 2nd to none, as usual. Get it...get it...get it, if you don't already have it! "He's the Greatest" itself, J.P., and all of New Life and the rest of the CD are just that, the greatest. So, anointed...
Worth your money. Jan 3, 2004
It's albums like this that just raise the standard of gospel music. I'd never previously purchased one of his CD's and I see now why he's called the Prince of Gospel. The album overall is amazing but some of the tracks are just too good to coin.
HE'S THE GREATEST: This track is great itself. The band is cool so is New Life and I knew I'd bought a good CD here. IT'S TIME FOR WORSHIP: Didn't like the piano intro because I don't feel it fits with the mood of the rest of the track. Yet the song itself is good. Could've been longer. ME OUT: Nice groove. Your head will bop. I WON'T LET GO: Tambourine clappin gospel. I love it from start to finish. The `special vamp' is more than special. THAT'S WHY I PRAISE YOU: The lead vocalist reminds me of Smokie Norful. And it even sounds like a song he would do. A slower number that represents the choir well reminding me of God's Property. Where they at? AT THE CROSS: Kee has totally re-made this traditional song and it is such as a phat jam now! You'll love it when they start changing key. KARAMU: This is an Afrcian song a bit like Be Like Him on the 1NC album. Same sort of vibe. MORE THAN ANYTHING: It was this track that made the album for me. It's a slow song and I was impressed from the first chorus. Let alone Kee's ad-libs backed by the choir. JUST FOR ME: Meant to sound like a country western song and its cool. You'll clap your hands. BREATHE ON ME: I like this a lot. More on it in a mo. OH HOW WONDROUS: New Life are an amazing group. This track has the same sort of vibe as Carr's In The Sanctuary. It's cool trust.
I think tracks 15 & 16 are references to previous albums so I didn't understand. Maybe you will. They're cool though short because they're just reprises.
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH: A sort of a more hip-hop sounding jam. Kee raps on it. I WONT LET GO: This reprise is sort of a continuation of track five but an amazing horn replaces the vocal ad-libbing. I AM: This track isn't bad but it's the sort of track that can only feature Tonex which is probably why he's featured. A dance type of number. I WONT LET GO INTERLUDE: A cool kinda remix of the song. The interlude following is jokes. BONUS TRACK: A continuation of Breathe On Me.
Da' Boy! Dec 3, 2003
John P. Kee is the boy! I love him and his ministry. He has always been my fav. Since i first heard of him back in 1991. The boy is bad. He has a flava of all aspects of life and genre on his albums. This particular album is a fine example of his many talents that he has. I love his worship music it's so real and authentic a blessing to hear good founded gospel music.