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Marvin L. Winans Presents: The Praise & Worship Experience


Download links and information about Marvin L. Winans Presents: The Praise & Worship Experience by Marvin Winans. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:14:03 minutes.

Artist: Marvin Winans
Release date: 2012
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:14:03
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No. Title Length
1. Draw Me Close to You / Thy Will Be Done 6:25
2. Glory to God (feat. Don Moen) (featuring Don Moen) 4:55
3. If My People (feat. Michon Young & Renee Thomas) 4:28
4. Eyes On You (feat. Tymara Spears) 4:52
5. For I Have Heard Your Cry (feat. Randy Short & Marvin Sapp) (featuring Marvin Sapp) 5:57
6. Hiding Place (feat. Darryl Pass) 4:41
7. Faithful 5:32
8. Influence My Heart (feat. Jacqueline Echols & Roderick Dixon) 6:13
9. That's the Love of God (feat. Mary Mary) (featuring Mary Mary) 4:09
10. Reach Out and Touch Him (feat. Bishop Paul S. Morton) (featuring Bishop Paul S. Morton) 7:17
11. The Lord Is With Me (feat. Adrian "Agee" Smith) (featuring Adrian) 3:50
12. Just Another Day (feat. Delores "Mom" Winans & Donnie McClurkin) (featuring Delores) 4:43
13. Church Medley (feat. Donnie McClurkin, Mary Mary, Marvin Sapp & Bishop Paul S. Morton) (featuring Marvin Sapp, Mary Mary, Donnie Mcclurkin, Bishop Paul S. Morton) 8:46
14. Glory to God (Reprise) 2:15



If one didn't know Marvin Winans any better, it'd be easy to write off The Praise + Worship Experience as a scheme to capitalize on his ties to the departed Whitney Houston — he delivered the sermon at the singer's funeral in a televised eulogy that was watched by millions. But Winans is a music veteran, a founding member of the Winans, and a longtime pastor who has been recording church music for years, even before Houston made it big. That said, The Praise + Worship Experience finds Winans doing what comes most naturally to him — leading songs of praise and adoration on his home turf, Detroit's Perfecting Church, the congregation he planted more than two decades ago. Joining him is a parade of some of gospel's greatest — Donnie McClurkin, Marvin Sapp, Bishop Paul S. Morton, and Don Moen are but a few of the guests — but clearly the songs are what matter here, an assortment of choral pieces and worshipful sonatas that are sure to please the faithful. No new ground is broken here — the disc is a far cry from 2007's soul showpiece Alone But Not Alone — but Winans is not likely to mind: so long as the church keeps on singing, it's all right with him.