About a week ago I received a package containing the a CD called “Miami Vineyard Live!” It is a collection of 20+ musicians and 10+ songwriters from traditions such as Black Gospel, Latin, Caribbean, and Anglo all coming together to create a brand new sound. If you’re like me, you know most of the worship music from your local church or on the radio. This fine collection of 13 songs is something completely different. It will have you moving to the music and feeling like you just stepped into a church filled with people from all over the globe. I enjoyed having it play throughout the day as I worked in my office. The sounds are refreshing and uplifting.
More about “Miami Vineyard LIVE”:
What happens when the fusion of Black, Anglo, Latino, Caribbean, and Cuban voices unite together to worship in one voice? Among the 2000 people that attend theMiami Vineyard Community Church, there are over a hundred singers, instrumentalists and songwriters that make up its eclectic worship ministry. For one night, these musicians joined together in worship and invited the church to document the sound that is uniquely MIAMIVINEYARD LIVE.
This distinctive bi-lingual liturgy is filled with many flavors, from Latino claves to gospel two-step to funk and soul to delay-laden rock guitars of modern worship, yet they all work together seamlessly to create a new sound and voice that is authentic and refreshing. From anthems of praise and proclamation to songs of intimacy and adoration, there is a common thread running deep throughout this recording and that is true worship of the Living God as an expression of His Kingdom breaking in on the streets and beaches of Miami, FL.
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Check it out today. You’ll be glad you did!
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