The song has joyful "Motown" feel to it... that's coming from a lad who was fond of Detroit's soulfu...
more The song has joyful "Motown" feel to it... that's coming from a lad who was fond of Detroit's soulful songs. This song has a funky groove from jump. And the "flute" sound along with the hand clapping sets the tone for this song of praise! Love it.
The vocals are easy to follow, and the lyrics profound in their utter simplicity. A child or senior can join in with no problem, and that makes this song a crowd pleaser to the max. This is a great song to get everyone up and praising God - anytime - anywhere.
The back and forth banter as the lead singer talks to the band members is a nice place to bring it down, and then take it back up and out! That short talk and the quoting of 1JN.4:19 makes this song extra special - and powerful! The laughing and background talking makes the song sound live and exciting. Great arrangement and creativity...
Overall, I have to say this song was just pure fun to listen to, (Ear Candy) of the 1st class. This is a righteous song top to bottom. The band's funky - bouncy rhythm makes you want to get up and dance to the Lord. This is one special song! The only thing that might have spiced it up would have been a stronger exit - guitar/piano, and maybe some guitar jamming as the song faded, and perhaps a little more vocal pizzazz going home.
Thanks for sharing such a fantastic song with all of us. Keep writing and singing your songs - they're wonderful!!
In Christ/Michael D'Aigle
song has a definate 70's feel to it. I'm hearing some Sly and the Family Stone here. Bass is thumpin... more song has a definate 70's feel to it. I'm hearing some Sly and the Family Stone here. Bass is thumpin and pumpin. Nice back-up vocals. Sounds like y'all had some fun in the studio with this song. That is so hard to convey to "tape". Nice job