The Invisible CD
Follow up album to 'The Sounds of David Bashta'
by Daniel Bashta;
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'The Invisible' filters the prophetic cry of John the Baptist cry through the momentous life changes – including first time fatherhood, of album creator, Daniel Bashta. With the idea that it’s not enough to wake dead people up, the call is to help people steer their lives toward the real Jesus. The artist’s personal worship comes out in Daniel’s explosive, raw vocal interpretation of ‘The Invisible’; not so much a corporate worship album, as a revelation that it’s time to get real.
Produced by Jonny Macintosh and J.T. Daly, The Invisible is full of songs for a generation sick of simply singing songs, but looking for conviction and offering devotion. Song after song, The Invisible gives voice to a faith willing to choose conviction over control and open the door for the miraculous, redemptive work of God.
The Invisible by Daniel Bashta was published by Kingsway in February 2013 and is our 26565th best seller. The ISBN for The Invisible is 000768514429.
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Song after song, the album gives voice to the faith of a generation willing to open the door for the miraculous, redemptive work of God to infiltrate everything. Musically layered with Bashtas explosive, raw vocal interpretation, The Invisible isnt so much corporate worship as it is a full-tilt revelation that its time to get real.
“The Invisible picks up where The Sounds of Daniel Bashta left off. With a gutsy, raw and gritty sound, this project delves deep into conviction, courage, and compassion. From the first song, I Want It All (Just Give Me Jesus), to the last album on the track, Behold The Lamb, we can’t help but turn our attention towards God and His Kingdom. We highlyrecommend The Invisible for worshipers of every age and for churches and worship ministries of all sizes. You’ll definitely be adding these songs to your Sunday Setlists!” – TheWorshipCommunity.com
“This is a five star album that needs to be a staple in the collection of every worship leader. This album is raw, passionate and focuses on the Lord first and foremost…. You could easily make an argument to call every track on this album a standout, and easily use every song in the context of a local body of believers…recommend purchasing it as soon as you can.” – AllAboutWorship.com (5-Star review)
“The sound of the album, for lack of a better word, is big; it is emotive, dynamic, voluminous, and dripping with passion.” – JesusFreakHideout.com
“Daniel is a singer who sings without fear and with so much meaning. He is a creative songwriter, his own man, writing song of quality and style. I am a massive fan of this album, and for me there wasn’t a single bad track…real spine tingling stuff from Daniel and I didn’t want it to end.” – LouderThanTheMusic.com (5-Star review)
“Daniel Bashta’s songs are all musically layered with his explosive, raw vocal interpretation which are suited for corporate worship and are a full-tilt revelation of God’s presence…Daniel has taken the next step forward in establishing his unique brand of vulnerable, sincere and gourmet worship songwriting.” – NewReleaseTuesday
“Bottom line…if you are seeking music that is passionate and honest to push you forward in your walk and to be the soundtrack to your desperate quest to find more of Jesus, then The Invisible will fit the bill perfectly.” – About.com
CD Track Listing and Samples
1 Praise The Invisible
2 Let Hope In
4 Great Is The Lord
5 Behold The Lamb
6 I Want It All (Just Give Me Jesus)
8 In The Ruins
9 By My Side
10 Deliver Us
Details for The Invisible
|Page last updated||16th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Daniel Bashta|
|Publisher||Kingsway (February 2013)|