Hello, Goodbye - Michael W. Smith - Live The Life (CD, Album)

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Download Hello, Goodbye - Michael W. Smith - Live The Life (CD, Album)
1998
Label: Reunion Records - 051724-2 • Format: CD HDCD, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock


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8 thoughts on “ Hello, Goodbye - Michael W. Smith - Live The Life (CD, Album)

  1. Apr 28,  · This is the one, the album Michael W. Smith has always wanted to make. Put simply, Live the Life is a masterpiece. The Christian music star has finally meshed his impressive songwriting skills and limited but effective singing with a tasteful producer's ear. The anthemic "Missing Person" sets the tone: Smith is playing for keeps/5(76).
  2. Featuring hit single live the Life & Love me Good (sticker) Track 12 contains a hidden track, which is a reprise of the track "Live the Life." Track 12 lasts , followed by six seconds of silence.
  3. For the last 10 years or so, Michael W. Smith's releases have been hit or miss. His worship projects have been great, but his pop releases have been disappointing. In fact, the last time I truly loved one of his projects was , Live the Life. It's still a great disc. Michael starts out rocking right out of the gate/5(57).
  4. Live The Life $ Inspired by St. Francis of Assisi’s call to “preach the gospel,” Michael uses his award-winning talents to bless you—and those you love—with the good news!
  5. This is the one, the album Michael W. Smith has always wanted to make. Put simply, Live the Life is a masterpiece. The Christian music star has finally meshed his impressive songwriting skills and limited but effective singing with a tasteful producer's ear. The anthemic "Missing Person" sets the tone: Smith is playing for keeps.
  6. Michael W. Smith claims that he wrote most of Live the Life, his follow-up to the astonishingly successful I'll Lead You Home, on a guitar, and that may account for the dircetness of the songs and the performance. Smith's music isn't raw by any means, yet there is a certain sweeping quality to the songs on Live the Life that distinguishes it from his other albums.
  7. There were 26 songs written and completed for the album, whose release date was pushed back twice as Smith wasn't fully satisfied with the track list. Along with the 12 songs which eventually made it on the album, the tracks "Greater Than We Understand" and "Evening Show" were released on the B-sides of the CD singles for "Live the Life" and "Love Me Good" respectively.

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