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You Raise Me Up

By Sheila Walsh (Artist)
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Record Label   Integrity Music
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 5.02" Width: 6.16" Height: 0.39"
Weight:   0.2 lbs.
Binding  CD
Release Date   May 3, 2005
ISBN  0012336408  
EAN  0000768337226  
UPC  000768337226  

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Track Names
1.  You Raise Me Up
2.  Just Give Me Jesus
3.  God Is In Control
4.  The Beauty Of The Lord
5.  Healing Rain
6.  My Faith Looks Up To Thee/Holy Holy Holy
7.  Above All
8.  Amazed
9.  Agnus Dei
10.  Step By Step
11.  Heart Of Worship

Item Description...
1 You Raise Me Up
2 Just Give Me Jesus
3 God Is In Control
4 The Beauty of the Lord
5 Healing Rain
6 My Faith Looks Up To Thee/Holy Holy Holy
7 Above All
8 Amazed
9 Agnus Dei
10 Step By Step
11 Heart of Worship

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More About Sheila Walsh

Sheila Walsh Sheila Walsh is a powerful Bible teacher and best-selling author from Scotland with over 4 million books sold. A featured speaker with Women of Faith® conferences, she has reached more than 5 million women by combining honesty, vulnerability, and humor with God's Word. Her passion to see women's lives transformed by the power of God's word is contagious. Currently completing her Masters in Theology, Sheila lives in Frisco, Texas with her husband, Barry, her son, Christian, and her two little dogs, Belle and Tink.

Walsh began her career as a contemporary Christian singer after finishing college with studies in theology from London Bible College (now London School of Theology) in 1979 and music from the London Academy of Operatic Art.[1] Walsh worked as an evangelist with the British chapter of Youth For Christ and sang with a group known as "The Oasis" until going solo in 1981. She also worked closely at this time with keyboard player Chris Rolinson, who contributed extensively to the unique sound on her first "new wave" style album, Future Eyes. He also toured with her on her first United States tour, where she opened for Phil Keaggy.[1] As Walsh enjoyed some success both in the United Kingdom and America as a CCM musician, she was asked by minister Pat Robertson to serve as a co-host of his television talk-show, The 700 Club in 1987. Walsh served in this capacity into 1992 and also hosted her own talk-show, Heart to Heart with Sheila Walsh.

Ideological differences with Pat Robertson and general feelings of depression brought Walsh to re-examine her life's direction. After leaving Pat Robertson's enterprises in 1992 she sought therapy for her depression, eventually returning to college at Fuller Theological Seminary in California to take on doctoral studies in theology. Pat Robertson explained her departure from CBN as the result of a "nervous breakdown" brought on by the tremendous demands of her work with CBN. He asked his viewers to keep her in their prayers and ask God to give her the strength to continue doing His work.

She went on to write a book exploring her struggle with depression and her experiences with her faith as a Christian, entitled Honestly. While Walsh had written several books on theology before, this autobiography would become the wellspring of her later work on personal aspects of faith and would set the tone for her introspective, personal, but evangelical approach to affairs of modern theology.

Over the course of the latter 1990s, Walsh's work has concerned women's issues within the church and the unique relationship of the contemporary woman with God. She has written over seventeen books including Honestly, Living Fearlessly, and Life is Tough, but God is Faithful. She has also written several books for children recently. She also has continued her musical career as a songwriter and singer and has recorded several albums of new Christian music and traditional hymns arranged to a Celtic sound.

In 2005, Walsh partnered with Tommy Nelson publishers to create a line of children's books and DVDs called Gigi, God's Little Princess TM. The brand has become the #1 Christian Girl's brand and continues to be popular and releases new products. Walsh, with her family, is now an active attendee of Prestonwood Baptist Church, in Plano, Texas.

As of 2007, Walsh has appeared on many TV programs such as: Life Today, Hour of Power and The Rock Gospel Show (BBC) among many others. She was a member of the team "Women of Faith" on the second season of The American Bible Challenge on GSN.

Sheila Walsh currently resides in Nashville, in the state of Tennessee. Sheila Walsh was born in 1956.

Sheila Walsh has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Bible Is My Best Friend
  2. Gigi, God's Little Princess
  3. Gigi, God's Little Princess (Hardcover)
  4. God's Little Princess
  5. God's Mighty Warrior
  6. Women of Faith (Thomas Nelson)
  7. Women of Faith Annual Workbooks
  8. Women of Faith Study Guides

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Sheila Walsh: Good all around CD  Feb 18, 2007
I live to hear Sheila Walsh. She has an excellent voice, but on this CD, she sounds a little thin. The songs she has chosen are a really grand, and her voice is too thin to cover the range. I really like ' You raise me up' but Josh Groban's voice ( HE sings this song too>) sounds better.
This is a thought provoking CD with a lot of great songs. I wish Sheila would choose songs that make her voice sound good and not just good songs.
All in all it is a good all around CD to listen to when you are resting, and when you are in a contemplative mood.
Inspiring!  Jan 3, 2007
I have heard Sheila Walsh speak and perform at two separate Women of Faith conferences. She is truly an inspiration. This is a great CD.
This CD Touches My Heart  Mar 13, 2006
I love this CD. The opening song, "You Raise Me Up," brings tears to my eyes because it speaks to our need for God in the difficult places and times. All great music, and I'm glad I purchased this CD to add to my permanent music collection.
As a fan of Sheila Walsh, I'm a little disappointed with this release  Aug 18, 2005
As a fan of Sheila Walsh, I'm a little disappointed with this release. Don't get me wrong. It's a decent recording but not great.

The entire recording consists of popular inspirational and praise and worship songs and one hymn medley ("My Faith Looks Up To Thee/Holy Holy Holy Lord God Almighty"). The problem is that the songs are not that distinct.

A couple of notable exceptions are the Twila Paris song "God Is In Control," which has lyrics that are especially relevant for today, and "Amazed." Jerry McPherson adds tasteful guitar licks on the first song, as he does throughout the recording, and pedal steel guitar, which is also part of the mix, doesn't sound any better than on "Amazed." Sheila really makes these songs her own and gets great backing vocals.

Unfortunately many of the other songs are just good versions of the originals. If you already have them, there's not a strong reason to buy this record.

Not too long ago I read that part of one person's wish-list was a longing for the old Sheila Walsh. While I might wish for the same with some qualifications-I have no desire for the spiked hair, rock days-I would like to see her do more along the lines of the delightful British-pop on "Again and Again (You Are)," heard on Love Falls Down. That recording along with Hope and Blue Waters are better choices if you want to experience Sheila Walsh at her best.

It's also a little misleading that this is advertised on the back cover as having "captivating Celtic melodies reflecting the Scottish homeland of her childhood." The only obvious Celtic sound is heard on the title song "You Raise Me Up." Hope and Blue Waters are much more Celtic.

There's no denying that Sheila Walsh has a powerful testimony and is incredibly talented. She speaks and sings at Women of Faith Conferences, writes books, is the former co-host of the 700 Club, and knows how to connect with people.

She is able to do that because she has a tender heart, which comes through in her music. "You Raise Me Up" is a good collection of songs, and it probably does reflect her feelings to some degree, but it falls short because it's mostly familiar.

Sometimes I think the modern trend of praise and worship music has stifled creativity. Many of the songs are simple and repetitive. There's not as much depth musically and lyrically. It seems that for some time now, the same songs keep getting repackaged. At the very least, I would like to see mostly new songs on praise and worship recordings. I appreciate artists like Chris Tomlin, Hillsong and others who labor toward that end.

I guess I too would like to see a little of the old Sheila Walsh. One of her older recordings had a great song called, "Angels With Dirty Faces." It had thoughtful and compelling words and music. We could use more articulate and captivating expressions of faith. Songs dealing with more complex music and themes are just as valid as "praise and worship" and can also connect people with God.

Sheila Walsh has been through a lot and come out the other side. I hope that in the future her songs will reflect a little more of what she is seeing at a given point in time. I would like to see a batch of new songs like "Again And Again," and "Angels With Dirty Faces." I could go for a recording like that.

Beautiful  May 7, 2005
I just recently saw Sheila Walsh speak and sing in Columbus on the Women of Faith conference tour--she was awesome! I bought this cd today and I have been listening to it nonstop the whole time. This is not the type of music I would normally listen to but she has such a beautiful, inspirational voice. I highly recommend this cd to anyone who wants to be inspired and engage in some awesome worship.

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