What happens when you put music by Sara Groves, CeCe Winans, Ronnie Freeman, Amy Grant, Travis Cottrell, Steven Curtis Chapman and a few other greats on one CD? You find yourself moved from start to finish.
Fallen angel Morg gets his hands on the mysterious Foundation Stone and the Guardian Force has to find it before Morg destroys Earth. The second installment of Angel Wars could easily become a family favorite.
I See You starts out strong with the title track and keeps up the pace of excellence throughout the rest of the album. This well-produced worship/pop experience will make you a Fred Thomas fan within minutes.
Having grown up in the Peach state myself, I've always loved Third Day and their southern rock roots, so their first anthology was something I was looking forward to. They didn't let me down!
Group 1 Crew takes the sound that won them the Dove Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year earlier this year and makes it even bigger and better on 'Ordinary Dreamers.'.
The 350-plus voice Youth For Christ choir, ages 10 - 18, features a colorful combination of races, denominations and family backgrounds with the purpose to tear down both racial and denomination walls by educating young people around the world that no matter what your skin color, love knows no colors.
The artists featured on this project inspire a unified feeling of wonder and magic, making it something special, very much like the book and movie it was inspired by.
pureNRG didn't go backwards with the dreaded sophomore slump; they moved forward with a definite purpose. Unlike some of the bubble-gum pop saturating the airwaves today, this group of young people actually has something to say.
The fresh new face belonging to Adam Cunningham is one you'll come to know and love. The more you listen to his debut release, the more you'll come to love his music as well.
This debut release shows a ton of promise from this young artist.
Kirk & Joni Bovill's "Are You Ready?" offers plenty of diversity through the 15 tracks.
Tim Hughes - Love Shine Through - A simple and soft strength carries the entire album and those qualities will make Love Shine Through work equally well in church settings or personal worship time.
If you enjoy Tree 63 you'll like these Peculiar People.
Guest reviewer Aaron Hollis says, "This album is more similar to The Violet Burning's earlier material than some of their later releases. It's a solid alternative/ new wave album that should please fans of that kind of music."
Former frontman of the Christian rock band, Mars Hill Band, Gregory Paul Smith, has been signed with the newest face on the Christian record label block, KTC Music. His debut 5-star release, I Can Live Again, will hit stores on May 29, 2007.
Fighting Instinct, Gotee Record's new 3-piece band out of North Carolina, brings some seriously strong rock tracks to the table with their self-titled debut.
It doesn't matter if you're Catholic, Baptist, Methodist or any of the other Christian denominations, Matt Maher brings music to the table with his sophmore release, Welcome to Life, that will bring you to your feet and then take you to your knees.
Maybe it's because my oldest son is in the U.S. Navy's basic training program. Maybe it's because I'm more patriotic than I thought. Either way, even though glee club style music is not normally my cup of tea, I was touched deeply by this release.
There is some good music on Starfield's sophmore release, just as there are some good vocals... However, to my ears, there just isn't much in the way of growth.
For a quiet devotional tool, I can't imagine a more helpful and perfect recording than Wong's.
Shelley Breen, Heather Payne, Denise Jones, and Leigh Cappillino have truly outdone themselves on Winter Wonderland. Their signature sound and perfectly blended harmonies come shining through as they take us back to the Christmas times of our youth, with a flair that definitely has some modern touches.
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Amy Grant - Somewhere Down The Road - CD Review - Out of 12 songs, there isn't a throw-away tune to be found on Amy Grant's Somewhere Down The Road. Amy opened up her soul when she wrote her new songs and left a piece of her heart in the studio when she recorded them.
CD review of Prayers, the debut independent CD from 1000 generations, the worship team of the Indianapolis Vineyard.
Matt Redman's '10,000 Reasons' delivers in a big way and while I may not have the time or the vocabulary to write down 10,000 reasons to love it, I can come up with quite a few.