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Shifting The Atmosphere

by Jason Nelson

Shifting The Atmosphere by Jason Nelson

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Shifting The Atmosphere

by Jason Nelson

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Label: Verity Records
Recorded in front of a hometown Baltimore, Md., crowd, Pastor Jason Nelson delivers a live recording that will leave you feeling like you've been to church -- and not in a fidgety, my-tie-is-too-tight way. This album is all about encouragement, with oversized vocals backed by a talented choir. Don't miss the celebratory "Your Favor," worshipful "Nothing Without You" and the title track. If Nelson's style feels a bit familiar, it may be because he's not just a big gospel voice, he's also a gifted songwriter, who has penned tracks for A-list gospel act Marvin Sapp, including the hit "Thirsty."

About This Album

Recorded in front of a hometown Baltimore, Md., crowd, Pastor Jason Nelson delivers a live recording that will leave you feeling like you've been to church -- and not in a fidgety, my-tie-is-too-tight way. This album is all about encouragement, with oversized vocals backed by a talented choir. Don't miss the celebratory "Your Favor," worshipful "Nothing Without You" and the title track. If Nelson's style feels a bit familiar, it may be because he's not just a big gospel voice, he's also a gifted songwriter, who has penned tracks for A-list gospel act Marvin Sapp, including the hit "Thirsty."

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About This Album

Recorded in front of a hometown Baltimore, Md., crowd, Pastor Jason Nelson delivers a live recording that will leave you feeling like you've been to church -- and not in a fidgety, my-tie-is-too-tight way. This album is all about encouragement, with oversized vocals backed by a talented choir. Don't miss the celebratory "Your Favor," worshipful "Nothing Without You" and the title track. If Nelson's style feels a bit familiar, it may be because he's not just a big gospel voice, he's also a gifted songwriter, who has penned tracks for A-list gospel act Marvin Sapp, including the hit "Thirsty."