Christafari: Word Sound and Power
|01 Blood And Fire [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|02 Consuming Fire [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|03 Soon Come [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|04 Thief In The Night [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|05 Love Of My Life [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|06 Intentions [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|07 Emancipation Proclamation [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|08 My Radio [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|09 My Stereo [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|10 Selassie Say [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|11 Why You Ago Look? [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|12 Among The Dead [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|13 Hallelu-Jah [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|14 Food For The Hungry [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|15 Warriors Chant [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|16 Warriors [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|17 Onward Christian Soldiers [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|18 Talawa [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|19 Render Your Heart [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|20 Cry No More [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|21 For My Fathers Sake [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|22 Roaring Lion [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|23 Word Sound Power [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|24 No Water Can Out This Fire [MP3]||$ 0.99|
|Word Sound and Power (Complete Album) [MP3]||$ 9.97|
WS&P blows me away like no other reggae album in years. I knew that the project was special and sanctified when I browsed through the intense booklet accompanying the disc. Playing the product was another revelation that kept me up until 2 this morning and doing serious damage to my CD player.
WS&P makes previous Christafari releases sound like amateur recordings by over enthusiastic American kids with a love for reggae and Jesus. WS&P does what no other reggae artist has done in recent memory; synthesis DeeJaying and smooth vocals so that the album becomes wonderfully unclassifiable.
Most of all WS&P is testimony to the creative genius of Mark Mohr and his ability to successfully blend the different genres of reggae and still sound authentic.
On a different tone, the album is bound to cause Morh controversy with the recording of the haunting yet daunting Selassie Say and Why You Ago Look. Whereas former reggae rasta stars have converted to Christ, none has dared touched the subject of Haile Selassie's divinity on any of their post-Christ recordings. However, Mohr boldly steps out in faith...again...Considering that it was for this reason his life was threatened during a prior Sunsplash Tour.
Still the album on its own is a wonderful testimony to the awesome power of reggae, and when used to take the gospel, becomes unmatched in its effectiveness.
My favorite tract is all but 47 seconds but it delivers the final blow well....No Water Can Out This Fire....called Christafari! I Can't wait for Sunday Night to play the entire CD on my show.
Reviewed By: Pablo Assab, Ital Living, Sundays 10-11pm, 93.5 FM WRTN New York City.
- Blood and Fire
- Consuming Fire (Outro)
- Soon Come.... (Talk box intro)
- Thief in the Night
- Love of My Life
- Emancipation Proclamation (feat. Geneman)
- My Radio (Intro)
- My Stereo
- Selassie Say (Intro)
- Why You ago Look?
- Among the Dead. (Outro)
- Hallelu-Jah (Intro)
- Food for the Hungry
- Warriors chant (intro)
- Onward Christian Soldiers (Outro)
- Talawa (Lift Him up and edify Him daily)
- Render Your Heart (It's only what you've done for the Lord)
- Cry No More
- For My Father's Sake
- Roaring Lion (Outro)
- No water can out this Fire (Outro)