11 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

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4.7 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

ronjon31 ,

Raw Worship

The best way to explain this album is to call it raw worship. It's a mix between Key of David and Open Up The Earth. Very raw and emotional. This album captures the Spirit of the Worship of God. It's very good, the two children's songs are cool and I highly recommend purchasing this album. It has enriched my life and I'm sure it will help to usher in the presence of God wherever you are. Buy it!!

JonathanTaylor ,

Born by the Wind of God

Jason Upton is not interested in making polished radio-worthy worship. This is not the safe Christianese, safe-for-the-whole-family sort of music that abounds today under the classification of Christian Music. This music will strike deep chords in one's soul, will draw the willing into the intimate reaches of the heart of God, and ask of each listener child-likeness.

On 1200 Feet Below Sea Level, Jason has sought to pour out the sort of music whose waters run so deep that they haunt you throughout your day with the love of God. If you are looking for music to make you comfortable, look elsewhere. If you desire to be struck by the love of God, to taste and smell what knowing Him could be, to find yourself lost in joy, then look no further.

trueInviso ,

Pure Worship

This is the best worship singer out right now in my opinion. If you really want to enter into worship with God in a deep way this music will take you there.

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