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Life

by Andy Pratt

Andy Pratt's album entitled simply Life was recorded at Abakus Studio in Allendorf, Germany, and produced by Dan Cutrona and Gerhard Barth.
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1. Holy Spirit
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2. Wells of Salvation
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3. Psalm 107
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4. Yes, There Is an Answer
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5. Come Unto Me
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6. Jesus Oh Jesus
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7. New World
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8. From the Land of the North (Aliya)
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9. The One True God
2:44 $0.99
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10. If I Am Not Proud
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11. I Will Change Your Name
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12. Heal Your Body
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Andy Pratt's album entitled simply Life was recorded at Abakus Studio in Allendorf, Germany, and produced by Dan Cutrona and Gerhard Barth. It is musically stunning with a spacious — very big — sound and quality performances that listeners have come to expect from Andy Pratt. There are a dozen spiritual tunes, 11 written by the singer/songwriter along with a cover of D.J. Butler's "I Will Change Your Name," a song that hesitatingly breaks up the tempo of the disc with voices that come in like a Sunday church service. There are some excellent moments here, most notably "Yes, There Is an Answer" and "Come Unto Me." As with the One Body disc, none of this music appears on the Heaven & Earth compilation of Pratt's journey into sounds religious. The album begins with a wonderfully ominous "Holy Spirit" noting the source of Samson's power — thought-provoking lyrics over a style that is most definitely gospel fused with jazz, a very interesting combination.

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