01. MIRACLE WORKER 02. AIN'T NO NEED OF CRYIN 03. PREACHER MAN 04. I BELONG TO YOU 05. CAN'T HELP MYSELF 06. I'M GONNA MAKE IT AFTER ALL 07. JOY IN MY SOUL 08. THAT WILL BE GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME 09. PRAISE THE LORD 10. DO YOUR WILL 11. MAKE ME WANNA DANCE 12. SOMETHING ABOUT THE NAME JESUS
Record Label Tyscot Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.02" Width: 5.64" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date Jul 20, 2004
Publisher WORD ACCT# W41160193
ISBN 0012287474 EAN 9780012287477 UPC 014998414022
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I purchased this CD during the first week of September '05, it has kept a special place in my mind, heart, and soul from day one. This CD will uplift your spirit and bring joy to your soul while introducing you to a great gospel group. I know of this group from "Ain't No Need of Crying" - I still have the 45 record. "I Belong to You", "Do Your Will", "Miracle Worker" all hold a special place in my heart. Thank You Jesus for the Rance Allen Group.
All the Way Live Aug 21, 2005
Saints and Friends, this is Rance Allen at their best! I've been a follower for a looonnnnggg time, and I was a bit concerned that this 'live' recording might be less than perfect but I bought it just 'cause I'm a fan. I have not been disappointed. Rance's lead vocals on most of the songs are right on, including his unique riffs. You'll enjoy this walk down miracle lane, guaranteed! May the Lord bless all that hear this CD.
Tremendous Oct 7, 2004
I heard him on the radio 30+ years ago and saw him live for the first time, this year, at the gospel stage of the Cincinnati Blues Festival. Tremendous. Great songs. Great performance. The CD is an enhanced (instrumentation) version of the set I saw. If you're the least bit interested, this is not to be missed. There is also an excellent DVD of this performance available.
His Best All-Around Release Oct 2, 2004
For years, I have been a lover of Rance Allen and his unique voice and ability to work a stage. This live compilation brought back some great memories for me and in my opinion, song for song, it's his best work. My favorites on this album are "Miracle Worker" (you can never go wrong with Fred Hammond), "Preacher Man" (my favorite as a teenager), "I can't Help Myself" (LaShaun Pace is another great singer), "Praise The Lord" (short, but sweet), "You Make Me Wanna Dance" (love the beat of this song) and "Something About The Name Jesus" (I fell in love with this one when Men of Standard recorded it with Rance and Kirk Franklin some years ago and although this version is very long, it's also well worth listening to). THE LIVE EXPERIENCE is definitely satisfaction for the music lover who enjoys uplifting, spirited songs with a beat that will have your toes tapping even while you're driving.
Rhythm & News ... Sam!! Jul 24, 2004
Rance Allens first "Live" c.d. .. well thats if you don't count the brief segment he performed on Wattstax on Stax Records way back in the day. It's a walk down memory lane by one of the greatest voices in the history of urban gosel music. Kirk Franklin's 10 minute version of "Something About That Name",..the opening "Miricle Worker" with Fred Hammond, and the short but sweet Praise The Lord.. are standouts... still look to the day that his true fans get an Anthology of these orig. hits from Stax, Capitol, & Word Records.