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Songs for the Soul 2 Import


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 29 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Harborwood Records
  • ASIN: B00006LSNC
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

1. God's Got It - Foretold
2. You Know That I Know - Yolanda Adams
3. No Weapon - Daryl Coley
4. Language O' Tears - Tonex
5. God Will Take Care Of You - Alvin Chea
6. Hold On - Joe Pace And The Colorado Mass Choir
7. What The World Needs Now Is Love - Ben Tankard
8. Yes He Loves Me - Vanessa Bell Armstrong
9. Everything Is Everything - Duawne Starling
10. Not Another Minute - Duawne Starling
11. In Need Of A Prayer - Timothy McDonald
12. I Will Trust You - Angelo & Veronica
13. Send Us - Chris Willis
14. Language O' Tears (Reprise) - Tonex

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By DiErra Merritt on Jan. 22 2003
Format: Audio CD
This album is GREAT! My ultimate favorite is "Everything is Everything." Duawne and Tiffany...you guys are AWESOME! This song alone get's five stars!...
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I must credit Harborwood records, there's been a flow of some really good material from them. I first picked up both editions of "With This Ring", and they blew my mind. After picking up "Songs for the Soul" vol. 1 & 2, i was amazed.
On Vol. 2, you can't go past the gem that Tonex drops (Language O Tears) - it's excellent, vintage Tonex - one of the smoothest and most powerful ballads i've heard from him to date. Then there's Daryl Coley's take on Fred Hammond's "No Weapon". For just those two cuts, this album is worth your money. Fortunately, it doesn't even slow down there. Duawne Starling and Tiffany Palmer (featured prominently on other Harborwood albums) shine very very brightly on two cuts, and then there's the amazing Chris Willis (who's been quiet for far too long). Joes Pace delivers "Hold On", and Joey and Alvin from Take 6 remind us why Take 6 has been the most awesome vocal group for nearly two decades - "God will take care of you" is their awesome track.
Shortly - worth your money, any day!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I LOVE IT! Jan. 22 2003
By DiErra Merritt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album is GREAT! My ultimate favorite is "Everything is Everything." Duawne and Tiffany...you guys are AWESOME! This song alone get's five stars!...
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Harborwood are on to something here Nov. 27 2002
By Rhythm - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I must credit Harborwood records, there's been a flow of some really good material from them. I first picked up both editions of "With This Ring", and they blew my mind. After picking up "Songs for the Soul" vol. 1 & 2, i was amazed.
On Vol. 2, you can't go past the gem that Tonex drops (Language O Tears) - it's excellent, vintage Tonex - one of the smoothest and most powerful ballads i've heard from him to date. Then there's Daryl Coley's take on Fred Hammond's "No Weapon". For just those two cuts, this album is worth your money. Fortunately, it doesn't even slow down there. Duawne Starling and Tiffany Palmer (featured prominently on other Harborwood albums) shine very very brightly on two cuts, and then there's the amazing Chris Willis (who's been quiet for far too long). Joes Pace delivers "Hold On", and Joey and Alvin from Take 6 remind us why Take 6 has been the most awesome vocal group for nearly two decades - "God will take care of you" is their awesome track.
Shortly - worth your money, any day!!

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