- reviewed by Andy Argyrakis Copyright Christianity Today International
- 2004 1 Nov
- Debt of Gratitude
- Adore You
- What's Left To Say
- The Word of God
- The One
- King Above All
- Love Remains
As a member of the vocal group 4Him, Andy Chrisman has lent his vocal talents to several Christian adult contemporary classics. Now he's stepping into the solo world, teaming up with several leading songwriters and producers.
Unlike 4Him's sub-par 2003 effort
On "Atmosphere" and "The Word of God," Chrisman pairs up with tunesmith Scott Krippayne and co-producer Jamie Kenney (Kim Hill) to address topics like holiness and the sacredness of Scripture. Cindy Morgan joins him on the Psalm-inspired "The One," while Matthew West and Jason Ingram contribute to "Adore You," both due for radio play not as adventurous as other arrangements.
Chrisman's solo might make waves with 4Him fans, but packs enough punches to reel in a new audience. It's not a dramatic departure by any means, but rather a better constructed pop album that will leave plenty of 4Him fans wondering why their recent albums couldn't be this sturdy. Since Chrisman is still planning to record with the group, here's hoping this