- Style: Modern rock worship
- 12 original worship songs
- Released: June 28, 2005
The Pros and Cons - Springhill Worship - 'The Rocks Cry Out'
- Energetic & upbeat
- Strong vocal talent
- Could have mixed it up a bit more
Springhill Worship - 'The Rocks Cry Out'
I’m not a big fan of compilations. I find they tend to get a bit vanilla by their very nature; it’s a weakness that just shows up too frequently for my money. This CD doesn’t fall prey to that as much as some others, though it doesn’t claim a whole lot of new ground either. What it does offer is some new talent, some very strong vocals, and even a few new noteworthy songs. Not bad for a compilation.
I’ve probably already complained too much, so I’ll just point out a few highlights:
- Producer Joe Beck’s straightforward "Your Will, My Life," with its Beatlesque changes and vocals
- The wonderful Kate Miner's rambunctious "Somebody Dance"
- Newcomer Charity Von burns it up on the soulful "In Your Presence"