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Ten Questions with Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir’s Carol Cymbala

Even though I’ll Say Yes marks the group’s 26th album, founder Carol Cymbala isn’t particularly impressed with The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir’s longevity.

  • Christa A. Banister |
  • February 20, 2008 |
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Former Chasing Furies Member Returns Solo on Waiters

Both fans and critics were sorry to see the breakup of Chasing Furies, given their bright start in 1999. But lead singer and guitarist Sarah MacIntosh returns now with her first solo release, The Waiters, The Watchers, The Listeners, The Keepers & Me.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • February 18, 2008 |
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For This Fight, Franklin’s Got God in His Corner

Song by song on The Fight of My Life, Kirk Franklin peels away the hurts of life in a fallen world. All along the way, he calls on the Lord and celebrates the hope available in Christ. It’s a compelling reminder that God is always in our corner.

Sanctus Real Keeps It Positive for Each Other

The fourth time is the charm for the always positive, always uplifting Sanctus Real. We Need Each Other is more than just the band’s best release; it is one of the most melodic Christian pop albums to come along in quite some time.

Conference, Worship Band Inspire Generation Unleashed

Generation Unleashed is actually the name of two things: an annual conference for teenagers and youth pastors and the title of an album capturing 13 tracks from the conference worship band. It’s also an edgier Maranatha offering than we’re used to, for sure.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • February 11, 2008 |
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Relentless a Power-Packed Emotional Roller Coaster

From the opener’s strains to the achingly simple refrain of the last track, Natalie Grant’s Relentless is an 11-song power-packed emotional roller coaster that succeeds at making familiar ideas fresh, compelling and emotive.

The Afters Only Getting Better on OK

The Afters seemed to hold all the right cards after a stellar debut, and Never Going Back to OK is better in every way. The lyrics speak of obvious spiritual themes, but it’s clear there’s a musical statement being played just as loud.

Brooklyn Tab's Yes Doesn't Mess with Success

The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir is not creating new forms on their 26th album, but why mess with success, right? If you like old-school choir work, delivered straight-up and sincere, pick up I’ll Say Yes.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • February 04, 2008 |
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Gospel Courses Through Kevin Max’s Blood

Embodying Christian music’s chameleon-like combination of David Bowie, Bono and Morrissey, Kevin Max returns with his latest solo CD—a truly ambitious project that unconventionally flashes back to old school gospel.

Small Sacrifice Offered for Twila's Latest

In an unusual marketing move, Twila Paris’ latest album is selling only on tour and in LifeWay Christian stores. Regardless, her audience will greatly appreciate Small Sacrifice which is rich in the classic Twila sound.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • January 30, 2008 |
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Anberlin’s Lighter Side Found on Lost Songs

Less than a year after the release of Cities, a collection of B-sides called Lost Songs has become available to the public. This compilation of songs reveals a lighter and poppier side of Anberlin not easily found in past albums.

  • Jonathan Isaac Harms |
  • January 28, 2008 |
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West Has Something to Say on Latest Disc

Matthew West is a much-in-demand songwriter who has penned songs for many top names (Billy Ray Cyrus, Rascal Flatts, Mandisa). His strengths as a songwriter and seasoned performer come to the fore on his latest, Something to Say.

Defying Gravity: The Science of Falling

With the last song titled “Intro/Into the Gravity” on their previous disc, it should be no surprise that the concept of “gravity” plays an important role in the unfolding of Falling Up’s newest full-length work, Captiva.

  • Brian Quincy Newcomb |
  • January 23, 2008 |
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Second Time Out, J.R. Does Life by Stereo

J.R., the voice behind many of Cross Movement Records’ most outstanding hooks, comes out from behind the production table to lay out 17 diverse tracks of vertically-oriented soul for his sophomore album, Life by Stereo.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • January 21, 2008 |
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More Articulate, Passionate Worship on I Belong

Northern Ireland’s Kathryn Scott is well known for her articulate and passionate worship music, and I Belong only affirms her solid reputation. She and husband Alan co-pastor a Vineyard Church in Portstewart, Northern Ireland, but she took time out for her sophomore project.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • January 18, 2008 |
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Thousand Foot Krutch: Keep the Fire Burning

Thousand Foot Krutch lead singer Trevor McNevan and his band have been plugging away since 1996. Ten years later, Thousand Foot Krutch is still a leader in the pack and also mentoring a whole new generation of rockers.

Relentless Optimism Found in Where We Come from

It’s almost impossible not to be captured by the relentless optimism and heart for the Lord of Hawaiian pop-punkers Olivia The Band. And it has much to do with the success of their sophomore album, titled appropriately enough, Where We Come from It Never Snows.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • January 14, 2008 |
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Dreams & Visions Blends Genres, Spiritual Overtones

Her fourth disc is not for everyone, but if you enjoy world music and don’t want to enter the New Age music arena, Mary-Kathryn’s Dreams & Visions might be the solution for you.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • January 11, 2008 |
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Israel & New Breed: A Kingdom Sound

Having developed a following that crosses genre boundaries—from gospel to worship to pop—the praise collective known as Israel & New Breed goes the extra mile to point listeners in the right direction.

Green’s Always Ready for Congregational Worship

Always: Songs of Worship is just what it says: eleven tracks of congregation-ready worship songs, most of them familiar, all of them delivered with great sincerity, a prominent element of Steve Green’s signature vocal style.

  • Kevan Breitinger |
  • January 07, 2008 |
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