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Christian Music - Reviews, News, Interviews

Jones Brings Quiet Confidence to Come Away With Me

Simply said, Norah Jones is a legend-in-the-making.

Brewster's Latest: Not Spectacular, but not Bad

Amazed isn't as amazing as Brewster's debut recording, but it will please worship-music fans.

Redman's New CD Signals an End to the Praise & Worship Trend

Praise & worship has lost its luster. Sorry. It has. It's all starting to sound the same.

Turn the Tides: 'Nevermind' the Pop Polish

38th Parallel's Turn the Tides is well-crafted rap-core, softened for radio-friendliness.

7th Element Carries A Cappella Torch on Volume One

Blessed with strong voices and tight harmonies, 7th Element excels on Volume One.

The Blamed's Strange, Sonic Give Us Barabbas

Give Us Barabbas is littered with musical surprises and puzzling lyrics.

Somebody's Praying: Everybody Should Be Listening

The new Doxology label debuts with an accessible, enjoyable entry from Allen Asbury.

Contact: Christian Music, With an Edge

The Benjamin Gate's strong sophomore effort, Contact, should find an appreciative audience.

Jason Gay's Hope-filled Debut

The songs on A Place Called Hope aren't overly complex or subtle, but joyfully introspective.

Worthy Tribute to Over the Rhine

Several of the new recordings on What It Takes to Please You are simply exquisite.

The Katinas: Live, but Intimate on Lifestyle

New worship album includes plenty of boy-band ballads.

Acoustic Psalms From the Two Shanes

The two Shanes get together for guitar-based scripture songs.

Colloca's Latest: A Techno-pop Extravaganza

Freddie Colloca's Unconditional is a percussion-infused, Latin-flavored winner.

Space Love & Bull Fighting: A Magnificent Combination

Havalina offers a combination of modern rock, alternative, Spanish, and the outright strange.

Salvador: No Sophomore Slump

Salvador roars back with Into Motion.

Hey Dude, Where's My Dead Poetic?

High-energy band's Four Wall Blackmail strikes a chord with the college crowd.

Paul Colman Trio's Map Leads the Way

Rock music is back, and the Paul Colman Trio is leading the revival.

Reuben's Hindsight: Welcome to the Party

John Reuben has fun on Hindsight. You will, too.

Legacy ... Hymns & Faith: Everything Old Is New Again

Amy Grant's peaceful hymns project is backed by great musicianship.

Vanessa Williams Follows Her Own Vision With Vanessa

You may not be familiar with her name, but you know her voice.

  • Andrea R. Williams |
  • April 22, 2002 |
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