More Power To Ya
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Category: CCM AOR
|Label: Star Song Records
Catalog Number: 8045
Bob Hartman Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals|
Greg X. Volz Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Percussion
John Slick Keyboards, Vocals
Mark Kelly Bass, Vocals
Louie Weaver Drums, Vocals
|1. ||Stand Up ||3:35|
|2. ||Second Wind ||4:36|
|3. ||More Power To Ya ||3:43|
|4. ||Judas' Kiss ||4:44|
|5. ||Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows ||4:20|
|6. ||Run For The Prize ||4:31|
|7. ||All Over Me ||5:53|
|8. ||Let Everything That Hath Breath ||4:25|
|9. ||Road To Zion ||4:01|
|10. ||Disciple ||3:30|
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|Total Running Time:|| 43:18|
Existing comments about this CD
|From: Tom (---.)
||Date: October 8, 2005 at 8:21|
|This is probably my favorite album of the Volz-era Petra. It had a lot of rockers and Second Wind, Judas Kiss and Let Everything That Has Breath are my favorites. But two slower songs here, The Road To Zion and Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows, are awesome songs. Petra began around this time a 12-15 year span of just amazing songwriting. The preceeding album and next 2 albums from Volz and Co. were all very good too, but this one was the zenith of that era, in my mind anyway.
|From: Ritch (---.sctnpa.east.verizon.net)
||Date: May 25, 2007 at 20:17|
|This is the album that brought Petra to the forefront of CCM. Great soaring vocals from GXV, marvelous 80s synth, and those guitar hooks - WOW. We all learned guitar to 'Judas Kiss'. Standout trax are the ballads; 'More Power To Ya' & 'Road To Zion'. Great rockers in; 'Stand Up', 'Second Wind', 'Judas Kiss', 'Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows', aw heck - all the rest, except 'All Over Me' a classic, slow-blues number. Again, crank it up, and roll down the windows.
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