10 Songs, 1 Hour

EDITORS’ NOTES

Grace lifts Tasha Cobbs into the big leagues with inspired performances that combine smooth yet powerful deliveries with a spiritual humility that keeps the songs focused on her sanctified message. The album benefits from the production and songwriting input of VaShawn Mitchell, who previously teamed up with Cobbs on his 2010 hit “Nobody Greater.” “Get Up” kicks off Grace with guitar flourishes and funky syncopation, followed by the arena-rock energy of “Love You Forever” and the melodic bounce of “Happy.” Cobbs excels at soulful testimonials, as openhearted ballads like “For Your Glory” and the title track make clear. If there’s a standout moment here, it’s “Break Every Chain,” a stirring call to worship that captures Cobbs rising from humble prayer to fiery exaltation with the aid of The Kurt Carr Singers’ Timiney Figueroa Caton. Fine players like keyboardist Vaughn Phoenix, guitarist Rick Watford, and drummer James R. Barrett keep the sound tight without losing its celebratory edge. Recorded live at Northview Christian Church in Dothan, Ala., Grace is a truly heavenly gift to gospel fans.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Grace lifts Tasha Cobbs into the big leagues with inspired performances that combine smooth yet powerful deliveries with a spiritual humility that keeps the songs focused on her sanctified message. The album benefits from the production and songwriting input of VaShawn Mitchell, who previously teamed up with Cobbs on his 2010 hit “Nobody Greater.” “Get Up” kicks off Grace with guitar flourishes and funky syncopation, followed by the arena-rock energy of “Love You Forever” and the melodic bounce of “Happy.” Cobbs excels at soulful testimonials, as openhearted ballads like “For Your Glory” and the title track make clear. If there’s a standout moment here, it’s “Break Every Chain,” a stirring call to worship that captures Cobbs rising from humble prayer to fiery exaltation with the aid of The Kurt Carr Singers’ Timiney Figueroa Caton. Fine players like keyboardist Vaughn Phoenix, guitarist Rick Watford, and drummer James R. Barrett keep the sound tight without losing its celebratory edge. Recorded live at Northview Christian Church in Dothan, Ala., Grace is a truly heavenly gift to gospel fans.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
109 Ratings

109 Ratings

RaineyDayz ,

Smile!!!!

This album is full of true worship, praise, and purpose. Tasha's passion for Christ is revealed in each and every song. Love it! Love it! Love it!

agent franny ,

Great Praise and Worship Album

This is a great album to put on and get your praise and worship on. Every song is beautiful. My 7 year old loves to listen to it as we'll.

Mrs Nichols08 ,

Perfect

I've purchased this cd three times! By far my favorite album of 2013!!! Tasha Cobbs...very anointed.

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