Filled with lyrical melodies and thoughtful text, this companion album to Michael Card's book explores Luke's Gospel through music that will challenge your mind and awaken your soul to the amazing truth and mystery of the incarnation. Includes "A King in a Cattle Trough," "Simeon," "A Little Boy Lost," "A Breath of Prayer," "The Bridge," and "Freedom."
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Customer Reviews for Luke: A World Turned Upside Down CD
Review 1 for Luke: A World Turned Upside Down CD
Playing it safe won't turn the world upside down.
Date:December 30, 2011
As he has done for many years now, Michael Card writes about what he knows best - Jesus; this time through the words of the Gospel of Luke. The dear doctor is presented in Michael's down-home, folky, at times Celtic style. It's good to hear new music from this anointed brother, and yet, it sounds a lot like the music he's always done. He does include his daughter on one cut -- she's been blessed with his musical genes. But mostly, it's the same Michael Card we've heard for a long time. Playing it safe is not necessarily a bad thing, but I'd like to hear something more adventurous from him for his next album.
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Review 2 for Luke: A World Turned Upside Down CD
Refreshing new songs
Date:December 28, 2011
unusual songs that are mostly original to the writer