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No Words for the Word

by Basehead

Gospel jazzy blues music (featuring instrumental beats) produced, performed, and written by Mike Ivey.
Genre: Spiritual: Instrumental Gospel
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Back to Jamestown
3:09 album only
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2. Begin
5:21 album only
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3. Revelate
5:12 album only
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4. Just One God Above
4:57 album only
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5. One for Love
6:02 album only
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6. Thinking 'bout God
5:28 album only
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7. Waiting Here
5:52 album only
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8. Up
6:09 album only
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9. If the Son in You Don't Shine
5:17 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“No Words for the Word” is an album of gospel hip-hop jazzy blues music produced, performed, and written by Michael Ivey, more generally known as the alternative rock/hip-hop artist (and sometimes group) Basehead, and primarily known for the album “Play With Toys” from the 90’s and re-released in 2012. Having toured nationally and internationally, including opening for the Beastie Boys, and while touring with the Stone Temple Pilots, Michael sought, found, and got saved by God who directed him to Jesus. In the years since then, Mike has learned about and from Jesus as a Way of life, which is too often contrary to what religions teach and the hypocrisies too often practiced. It’s about having a direct relationship with God as God leads you to understand him, in familial relationship with the command to do to others what you would have them do to you as a summary of God’s Law. The album title, “No Words for the Word,” reflects that it’s primarily an instrumental album (8 of 9 songs) dedicated to the Word (Jesus), and theologically means there is no room for Jesus in Jesus’ churches.

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