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  • The Erwins “Only Faith Can See” Album Review

    Faith doesn't play a supporting role when it comes to the Erwins' "Only Faith Can See." Rather, faith is the main character of this record where every song speaks of its impact and how it should be the cynosure of the Christian life. In this regard, this StowTown Records release is indispensable.

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  • Todd Smith “There’s a Light” Album Review

    Last year, two out of three members of Christian music trio Selah branch out to record their own solo projects. Amy Perry took on the modern worship route, while husband Aaron Hall graced us with a rootsy country-tingled solo effort. Todd Smith was the only of the threesome who remain in the background. A year or so later, Smith releases his own solo disc following the footsteps of his fellow bandmates.

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  • “Gateway Worship Voices: Thomas Miller” Album Review

    Whether or not we have heard of Gateway Worship, many of us have sung their songs over the last decade or so. Songs such as "O The Blood," "Revelation Song," "O Come Thou Fount, Come Thou King" have given us the vocabularies and the soundtracks we have had used in our worship services.

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  • The Nelons “Stronger Together” and “Family Harmony” Albums Review

    Some artists make you wait for scores of years before they drop an EP of less than 5 new songs. Not so with the Nelons. As a follow-up to their acapella album in 2013, these Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame members have released not one but two albums under the Daywind Records banner.

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  • ** CLASSIC CHRISTIAN ALBUM ** Don Moen “Ultimate Collection” Album Review

    Moen, in his heart, was/is a Godly visionary. When he was the Creative director and later president of Integrity Music, he made worship music an integral part of contemporary Christian music again.

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  • Aaron and Amanda Crabb “Restore” Album Review

    Those who like songs circumscribed within the narrow confines of one specific genre will find "Restore" infuriating. Despite their famed family name which has had been entrenched in the rich history of Southern Gospel music, this new album by Aaron and Amanda Crabb is not simply a Southern Gospel release. Rather, it's a variegated affair in a couple of ways.

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  • Cindy Gibbs “Overtaken” Album Review

    Never one to resort to polytechnics or vocal gymnastics, Cindy Gibbs just sings. And when she sing, we can't help but listen. With a crystalline voice that calls to mind Sarah Reeves and Natalie Grant, Gibbs has a way of commanding our attention with her voice.

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  • Weston Skaggs “Joy and Sorrow Meet” Album Review

    The forte of Weston Skaggs is to break stereotypes. If your idea of worship music is polished keyboard driven intros leading into an anthem-like chorus with a giant electric guitar hook before giving in to a constant repetition of the chorus two thirds into the song, then you can expect to have such a caricature eradicated. Recycled tropes are the nemesis of Skaggs latest release "Joy and Sorrow Meet."

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  • Bryan and Katie Torwalt “Champion” Album Review

    It's easy to brush this album aside as yet another Jesus Culture record. Sure enough Bryan and Katie Torwalt's latest release "Champion" doesn't break the template that have moulded the releases coming out of Jesus Culture and their ensuing worship acts. In fact, the songs here are what you would expect from Jesus Culture.

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  • Delirious? “Ultimate Collection” Album Review

    Many Christian artists envisaged that the only to ever have a crossover pop hit is when they lowered the religious quotient in their songs. As a result, many of these acts have produced songs that are neither really secular love songs nor Christian songs, resulting in songs that are too nebulous for any good.

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