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The Gospel Truth Revisted by Greg Vail

The Gospel Truth Revisited is a re-release of the 2001 release by Greg Vail with the subtraction of one song and the addition of three new ones. The 2001 release of The Gospel Truth included a version of Carlos Santana’s "Europa." It has been deleted here and the three songs added are" Embrace God's Way,"" Reach One More" and "More Than Worthy". These songs are all contemporary gospel, praise and worship songs used in churches to drive the church movement.

"Reach One More" and "People All Over The World (Sing His Praises)" includes a church choir on vocals. What really stands out so far is Vail’s saxophone work. He plays throughout the song, but does not solo per se with the keyboards and programming done by Rob Mullins. Along with some great piano from by Mullins, Vail adds flute to "Healing Graces" with timpani added effects by Mullins as well. Vail really shows a soft side and it is nice.

There is a great uplifting here within this CD. You do not have top attend church or be of any faith to appreciate what Greg Vail has accomplished. With his correct blend of saxes and flute and his choices of songs this update with the three new songs sounds fresher than the first release.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Greg Vail
  • CD Title: The Gospel Truth Revisted
  • Genre: Gospel
  • Year Released: 2006
  • Record Label: Greg Vail Music
  • Rating: Three Stars
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