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  • Meleana “White Walls” Album Review

    When Meleana sings, we listen. She has a voice that commands attention. With a tenacious melisma that recalls Natalie Grant in her soaring heights and with the depth of a Kathy Troccoli in her ruminative moments, Meleana has a voice that puts her in a class of her own.

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  • JJ Heller “Unto Us” Album Review

    Fans have secretly (and some a little more audaciously) wished JJ Heller would record a Christmas album. She has a pure crystalline voice akin to Alison Krauss that can bring out the frolicking fun of making snow angels in the season's pallid beauty. Yet, she also possesses a smoky sophistication of say a Diana Krall that can bring out the romantic charm of sipping egg nog over the fire place. Finally, Heller's debut Christmas effort "Unto Us" is upon us.

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  • Various Artists “Majesty in a Manger” Album Review

    "Majesty in a Manger" is one of the most succinct and striking thesis for what Christmas is all about. The titular itself captures judiciously the transcendence of the Christ Child as well as the kenosis act of the king coming as a diaper-wrapped baby.

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  • Kevin Williams “Acoustic Christmas” Album Review

    You don't need the latest computer gadget or the trendiest drum sequencing to impress. The artistic pull of nylon over wooden instruments can equally cause decibels of emotions to vibrate in the soul of a careful listener. Kevin Williams' brand new instrumental seasonal album "Acoustic Christmas" is testimonial to this.

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  • Matthew West “Unto Us: A Christmas Collection” Album Review

    Matthew West drops his inhibitions when it comes to his new album "Unto Us: A Christmas Collection." Whilst his former albums have been commercially successful producing a slew of gigantic hits, there's a constraint in them restraining West to truly express himself. These albums have been good but they are always a shade shy from excellence.

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  • Chris Tomlin “Never Lose Sight” Album Review

    Chris Tomlin's name is synonymous with worship music. Over the years, with songs such as "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)," "How Great is Our God," "Our God," and "At the Cross (Love Ran Red)," Tomlin has had written the soundtrack of the church's worship. Whether or not the causal worship knows Tomlin's name, most of us have sung his songs before in church.

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  • Tenth Avenue North “Followers” Album Review

    The titular of Tenth Avenue North's fifth studio album "Followers" is most fitting for a couple of reasons. First, "Followers" is the CCM band's most cohesive album to date.

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  • Lauren Daigle “Behold” Album Review

    One casual glance at Lauren Daigle's debut holiday album "Behold" heralds a tinge of disappointment. Save for one original cut "Light of the World" (which was already released last year), all of the 9 tracks here are Christmas standards have been recycled ubiquitously by almost everyone who has had released a Christmas record.

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  • Matt Redman “These Christmas Lights” Album Review

    Everything that Matt Redman writes is for the church. Even for this Christmas release, all the 11 tracks here are tailored to aid the church in her corporate worship.

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  • Kingdom Heirs “Glory to God in the Highest” Album Review

    Three years have passed since Kingdom Heirs last released their last Christmas album. Within such an interim, this Southern Gospel veteran band has had experienced quite a few tabloid-worthy upheavals.

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