Maddy Prior Paradise Found: A Celebration of Charles Wesley, 1707-1788

Paradise Found: A Celebration of Charles Wesley,
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  • Released: June 11, 2007
  • Label: Park Records


  • 1.Arm of The Lord, Awake!
  • 2.Come Away To The Skies
  • 3.Come O Thou Traveller Unknown
  • 4.Come On My Partners In Distress
  • 5.Dead! Dead! The Child I Lov'd So Well
  • 6.Hail The Day That Sees Him Rise
  • 7.I Know That My Redeemer Lives
  • 8.Jesu If Still The Same Thou Art
  • 9.Jesu, Lover of My Soul
  • 10.Let Earth and Heaven Agree
  • 11.Love Divine, All Loves Excelling
  • 12.My God I Am Thine
  • 13.O For A Heart To Praise My God
  • 14.Soldiers of Christ Arise
  • 15.Ye Servants of God

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Personnel: Bill Badley (lute).
Recording information: Warehouse Studios.
Arrangers: Andy Watts; A. Stirling Davis III; Giles Lewin .
Three-hundred years ago Charles Wesley, the man who founded Methodism, was born. That anniversary is celebrated with a good selection of Methodist hymns and other old songs on Paradise Found. To be fair, many of these are relatively obscure (certainly to non-Methodists), and some are deadly earnest rather than anthemic, with plenty of strong sentiments in the lyrics, which tend to the wordy, rather than the spare, as with the somewhat sentimental "Dead! Dead! The Child I Lov'd So Well." Of course, there are a few familiar items, like "I Know That My Redeemer Lives," and the work has all been married to stirring tunes. The hymns are fine, although some of them might be a little wasted on non-believers, while the secular material proves a little more interesting -- but it should be noted that the division between religion and secular life seemed to be almost non-existent. Maddy Prior is in her usual good voice, and the Carnival Band give sterling support. More a labor of love than a serious commercial attempt, it's a pleasure to hear, even if it might not warrant repeated listenings. ~ Chris Nickson

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