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I Lift My Eyes

Donnie Murdo MacLeod

Scottish
63/7 Music

Released: 16th January 2009
Catalogue Number: 637MCD01
Barcode: 5031642631128
Running Time: 64mins.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


Keeping the accompaniment quite sparse lets the voice and the lyrics come through much more poignantly and certainly adds to the atmosphere.
An inspirational song album that, at the first listen, you know comes from the heart.
Have a listen yourself, it's most attractive.

1) A Living Prayer.
2) How Deep The Father's Love For Us.
3) Psalms 42 & 43.
4) Dean Dhomhsa Tuigse.
5) How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place.
6) Nearer My God To Thee.
7) The Heart of Worship.
8) Jesus Draw Me Ever Nearer.
9) I Lift My Eyes.
10) Jesus Be The Centre.
11) The God of Love.
12) Tha'n Gradh Seo Cho Laidir.
13) Take My Life.
14) When I Survey the Wondrous Cross.
Keeping the accompaniment quite sparse lets the voice and the lyrics come through much more poignantly and certainly adds to the atmosphere.
An inspirational song album that, at the first listen, you know comes from the heart.
Have a listen yourself, it's most attractive.

Lineup

Donnie Murdo MacLeod - Vocals
with
Allan Henderson - Piano, Whistle & Fiddle
Emily Smith - Vocals & Accordion.
Mary Ann Kennedy - Harp, Vocals & Piano
Chaz Stewart - Guitars


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