Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date
  Album review
Palabra Sonido Y Poder
Christafari
Lion Of Zion Entertainment
CD
01 - 08 - 2002


Tracking list

  1. Edifícale y Exáltale al Señor (Talawa)
  2. La Fiebre Del Me-reggae TM
  3. Palabra Sonido Y Poder
  4. El Amor De Mi Vida (Con Gamaliel Ruiz)
  5. Tu Corazón - a El Entrega (Solo lo que Hiciste por Dios)
  6. Pero Tengo Un Corazón - Me-reggae versión (Con Pablo Pérez)
  7. Mi Radio (introducción)
  8. Mi Estéreo
  9. La Verdad Desde Selassie
  10. Porque Procuras? (em Português)
  11. Entre los Muertos
  12. Proclamación de Emancipación
  13. No Puedo Dejar
  14. Dub de los Guerreros
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)

Vocals : 4 Backing : 4/5 Production : 4 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4/5


Since its inception in 1989, Christafari (pronounced CHRIST-AH-FAR-EYE) has been a trailblazer, pioneering a new genre of Gospel Reggae in the U.S. and throughout the world. With their blend of traditional Roots, mixed with contemporary Dancehall Reggae, they proclaim a positive message of hope to this generation. To meet the needs of Christafari's growing Spanish-speaking fan base, the company presents this Spanish Christian Reggae album. 'Palabra Sonido y Poder' is Spanish for Word Sound & Power. This album is the third and final chapter of Christafari's WordSound&Power "trinity." (Part II being DubSound&Power - the first Christian "dub" album.) This album reaches out to a growing but under-recognized segment of the US population. With the recent success of Spanish language music and Latin music styles in the US, Palabra Sonido y Poder is a timely release. The album contains the most popular songs from Christafari's WordSound&Power album, the hit song No Puedo Dejar (Spanish version of "Can't Stop") from Valley of Decision, and bonus tracks that include a brand new meringue style song. It also features guest performances by Latin hit recording artists such as Gamaliel Ruiz. The majority of lyrics on this album are sung in Spanish, but the album also contains Spanglish (Spanish-English hybrid), English, and the song "Why You Ago Look" sung in Portuguese.

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