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The Commissioned Reunion - "Live"


Download links and information about The Commissioned Reunion - "Live" by Commissioned. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 01:58:50 minutes.

Artist: Commissioned
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel
Tracks: 29
Duration: 01:58:50
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No. Title Length
1. Hype (Strange Land) 1:06
2. Triumphant Entry 2:59
3. You've Got a Friend 2:32
4. I'm Going On 4:16
5. You Keep On Blessing Me 3:00
6. Back In the Saddle 4:43
7. Go Tell Somebody 4:29
8. Lord Jesus Help Me (Help Somebody Else) 6:13
9. Everlasting Love 3:53
10. Hold Me (Leaning) 4:24
11. I Am Here 4:05
12. King of Glory 5:36
13. Let Me Tell It 4:26
14. Lay Your Troubles Down 3:57
15. Giving My Problems to You 5:13
16. The City 2:26
17. Cry On 1:27
18. Love Isn't Love 2:12
19. Ordinary Just Won't Do 8:44
20. When Love Calls You Home 3:15
21. Please You More 2:37
22. Secret Place 4:43
23. Find Myself In You 1:11
24. Will You Be Ready? 3:41
25. 'Tis So Sweet 3:47
26. Running Back to You 7:15
27. So Good to Know (The Savior) 6:08
28. Victory 4:25
29. I Can't Live Without U 6:07



One of modern gospel's most influential and emotionally piercing vocal powerhouse groups got back together in October 2001 at Detroit's Straight Gate Church, with spectacular results that could suck even a hardened skeptic into God's kingdom without protest. The joy is contagious, the brassy rock-soul arrangements tight and explosive, and the vocals by such now-solo stars like Fred Hammond (who produced and arranged the music and vocals on the project) and Marvin Sapp are deep, hip, and spiritual gold. Hammond and Michael Brooks split the bulk of the songwriting, making even overused title concepts like "You've Got a Friend" and "Back in the Saddle" exciting in execution, as the crowd roars and praises along. There are a few softer moments, like the disc one closer "Lay Your Troubles Down," where the group sounds like a larger version of Take 6. Hammond's Radical for Christ and Kirk Franklin's groups rule the roost in modern male gospel, but it's clear that the Commissioned's earlier efforts made all of that possible. Wild, crazy, and fun, without taking the focus off the source of it all.