Blessed, Broken and Given
Moore smoothly transitions from being in front of the microphone to the captain of the ship, writing the liner notes and penning some of the material found on the project.
The album immediately shifts into high gear with the opening combination of "Celebrate the Cross" and "We Praise Your Name". The album bursts at the seams with definitive worship material including "There is a River" and "Let the Praises Flow".
Moore revels in the glory days of the church as she effortlessly handles the hymn "I Need Thee Every Hour" and finds even greater ease with the medley of songs that make up the "Fire Baptized" medley.
The song "Days of Elijah" makes a command performance on this CD (penned by Robin Mark and memorably recorded by the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir and more recently by Donnie McClurkin on his Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs album), and for those who die-hard Lucinda Moore fans who havecome to love her vocal acrobatics, take heart, it's all there waiting for you.
Lucinda Moore has been around for a while and with Blessed, Broken and Given she shows that she'll be here for years to come. (Oh, and don't miss the companion DVD!)
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— review by Gregory Gay —
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