M.C.Bruce | Easter: A Song Cycle for the Season

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Easter: A Song Cycle for the Season

by M.C.Bruce

Catholic Folk Rock cycle of songs for the Paschal Season, beginning with Lent, going through Easter and Pentecost Sunday and ending with Trinity Sunday. Gorgeous acoustic songs. The highly energetic "The Easter Song" is the undisputed highlight.
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1. Get Up and Walk, He Said
4:38 $1.29
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2. Heal Me, O Lord, In Your Name
3:07 $1.29
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3. Pave His Way With Palms
4:00 $1.29
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4. The Banquet of the Lord
3:44 $1.29
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5. Good Friday Meditation
2:26 $1.29
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6. The Easter Song
6:35 $1.29
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7. Fire from Heaven
4:04 $1.29
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8. Trinity
4:58 $1.29
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Album Notes
M.C. Bruce is known as The Man in White, but in this gorgeous and moving song cycle he puts away the white suit and steps into his role as cantor at Christ The King Catholic Church in McKinleyville, California. This cycle of songs celebrates and under-served holiday on the church's musical calendar: Easter and all the holidays during the Paschal Season. The songs are a personal statement of redemption and faith, beginning with "Get UP & Walk, He said," which includes the lines "I know I have no business here/I'm as dead to the next life as one man can be/I wasn't expecting Salvation or Grace/But something inside lead me here to this place." The undisputed highlight of the album is the highly energetic "The Easter Song," an acoustic rocker that will astound you with its range and dynamics. But there are other wonderful songs, both tender ("Fire From Heaven") and playful (try the light reggae rhythm of "Trinity"). Safe to say, you will never hear another Christian music celebration of Easter quite like this one.

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