GOD UNLIMITED

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GOD UNLIMITED

As with the similar sounding That They May Be One, God Unlimited’s final album doesn’t have the passion, energy or...

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GOD UNLIMITED

That They May Be One consists mostly of choral folk/praise selections. Unfortunately the unison singing tends to be rather bland...

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GOD UNLIMITED

The best of their final albums, settling into a mellow acoustic folk/praise sound with soft billowy harmonies. Not nearly as...

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GOD UNLIMITED

Back in the peppy folk-rock mode, their sixth lp has a lot of what make the early albums so good....

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GOD UNLIMITED

By the time of their second album the group was defined to eight or so members, looking just lovely in...

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TOM BELT AND GOD UNLIMITED

After the mildly disappointing Agape Factory, God Unlimited returned in top form for album number five. New Wine Vintage ’72...

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TOM BELT AND THE GOD UNLIMITED

In my opinion Love Knows No Season has even more magical moments than the respected Ride On album. ‘Break Open’,...

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GOD UNLIMITED

One day you’re leaning back with a smug grin on your face, content in the knowledge that you’ve finally acquired...

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TOM BELT AND THE GOD UNLIMITED SINGERS

With their fourth lp, The Agape Factory, God Unlimited modified their sound to a degree. This album and their final...

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