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Music Tue, 31 Jan 2006

Deacon Yeboah?s First Release

A Deacon has come out boldly to show the path towards righteousness and the wonder love of the Creator. And guess what he uses to direct his fellow Christians and unbelievers alike?

He uses the compass of music and dance. Deacon Samuel Yeboah considers himself a co-pilot of God’s flock, the pilot being Jesus Christ. Together they shepherd the flock safely to the dwelling of the Almighty.

His first album, ‘Wonderful Love’ is a seven-track ear-soother, a real people’s delight. It spots great tracks like ‘Let The Beauty Of Jesus Be Seen’, ‘Spirit of the Living God’ and ‘Won Otwen Yehowah’ (Wait Unto The Lord), ‘Owue Mame’, ‘Nyame Ye Odo’ (Jesus is Love) and ‘Mefri Makoma Mu’, a medley.

Soft-spoken Samuel is a keyboards specialist and a guitarist of the Echoes of Revival singing group of the Dansoman Central Church of Pentecost, and assistant leader of the group and a chorister of the district choir.

He says he was born into a music family. No wonder his lyrical compositions and arrangements cannot be faulted by even the most fastidious critic. In short, the deacon knows exactly what he is about.

His inspirational, praise and worship tunes are better heard than described. The anointing must be great!


A Deacon has come out boldly to show the path towards righteousness and the wonder love of the Creator. And guess what he uses to direct his fellow Christians and unbelievers alike?

He uses the compass of music and dance. Deacon Samuel Yeboah considers himself a co-pilot of God’s flock, the pilot being Jesus Christ. Together they shepherd the flock safely to the dwelling of the Almighty.

His first album, ‘Wonderful Love’ is a seven-track ear-soother, a real people’s delight. It spots great tracks like ‘Let The Beauty Of Jesus Be Seen’, ‘Spirit of the Living God’ and ‘Won Otwen Yehowah’ (Wait Unto The Lord), ‘Owue Mame’, ‘Nyame Ye Odo’ (Jesus is Love) and ‘Mefri Makoma Mu’, a medley.

Soft-spoken Samuel is a keyboards specialist and a guitarist of the Echoes of Revival singing group of the Dansoman Central Church of Pentecost, and assistant leader of the group and a chorister of the district choir.

He says he was born into a music family. No wonder his lyrical compositions and arrangements cannot be faulted by even the most fastidious critic. In short, the deacon knows exactly what he is about.

His inspirational, praise and worship tunes are better heard than described. The anointing must be great!


Source: ghanamusic.com