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  • The Collingsworth Family “Mercy & Love” Album Review

    If you only have money to purchase one Southern Gospel music album this year, get this one.

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  • Lauren Daigle “Look Up Child” Album Review

    "Look Up Child" is an even better record than her predecessor. This sophomore effort not only demonstrates growth but it does it in a way not at the expense of fans who have been smitten by her previous album.

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  • Natalie Cromwell “River” EP Review

    Church songs are the ultimate songs. While other musical genres will one day dissipate in the sight of our returning King, worship songs will still be sung incessantly all day and night. They are the vocabularies and communicative strategies of the regenerated. For record #3, Cromwell has wisely decided to invest in the eternal, by releasing a 5-song EP of worship songs.

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  • Austin French “Wide Open” Album Review

    Austin French's debut album lives up to its titular in the way he opens up his heart progressively with each passing note. The way he invests an array of emotions into his songs makes this record bristle with urgency and sizzle with passion.

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  • Mark Schultz “Follow” Album Review

    Mark Schultz is to contemporary Christian music (CCM) what Elton John and Billy Joel are to pop music. Schultz has an effortless way of incorporating the piano into his pop-centric songs that the piano becomes a dueting "voice." As a result, you can always count on Schultz's brilliant arpeggios to bring out emotions and nuances often not communicated by the human voice.

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  • Jesus Culture “Living with a Fire” Album Review

    Over the last few years, Jesus Culture has joined the ranks of Bethel Music, Elevation Worship, Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech & Hillsong Worship as the major scribes of the songbook of contemporary worship. Thus, for anyone serious about worship music, Jesus Culture is indispensable.

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  • The Erwins “Watch and See” Album Review

    Three times the charm. "Watch and See" is the third StowTown release for these siblings and it's arguably their best. Ever since their debut for the imprint, each album finds the quartet moving closer and closer to sublimity.

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  • Caitie Hurst “How Could I Be Silent” Album Review

    It's a challenge to ignore Caitie Hurst. She has such an engaging vocal presence that when she opens her mouth she commands our attention. Dynamic in the way she pours herself into each and every note, she sizzles with an overwhelming energy when the beat accelerates and she nuances with great affection when the piano decelerates the tempo.

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  • TaRanda Greene “The Healing” Album Review

    TaRanda Greene calls to mind the golden era of the 90s when Whitney Houston, Celine Dion and Mariah Carey ruled the airwaves. The divas then do not just sing. Rather, they take us on a ride, roller coasting through the extreme lows and the highs of notes.

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  • Gordon Mote “Love Love Love” Album Review

    There's only one foolproof way to inoculate against an unfavourable review: good songs. It doesn't really matter how luminous the songwriters are or how prominent the duet partners are, it still comes down to the songs. Gordon Mote knows this.

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