Category: Reviews

JOINT CD REVIEW: The Rowlands “What Will My Cross Testify”

The Rowlands What Will My Cross Testify Composite Rating: 3.75 stars Producer: Danny Crawford & Ronald D. Martin Label: Independent Website: www.TheRowlandsMinistries.com _______________________________________________________________ 1. “What Will My Cross Testify” Adam: Ron Martin’s power vocals on this Kyla Rowland tune really kick this project off.? Ron is one of the best vocalists in Southern Gospel music …

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DVD Review: Song Of A Lifetime

Song Of A Lifetime The Art & Soul Of Gospel Music Rating: 5 out of 5 stars (I would give it more, if possible) Phil Cross had the vision to put together a showcase at the National Quartet Convention which would enable the songwriters to tell in their own words the reasons behind their songs …

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CD REVIEW: The Telestials “I Can Call Jesus”

THE TELESTIALS I Can Call Jesus Average Song Ratings: 3.3 / 5 Stars Overall Album Rating: 3.5 / 5 Stars The Telestials have been singing longer than I’ve been around.? The group got their start in the early 1960’s as a ladies trio know as the Harmony Trio.? Normally, I wouldn’t include this much historical …

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CD REVIEW: Skyline Boys “Free & Forgiven”

Daniel Mount and yours truly teamed up for a joint review on the Skyline Boys latest release. CLICK HERE to read the review.

CD Review: Cross 4 Crowns (Turning Point)

Cross 4 Crowns Turning Point Label: Crossroads Records Producers: Arthur Rice Song List: “I Will Trade The Old Cross For A Crown,” “Things That I’m Seeing,” “Greater Miracle,” “I’m Going There,” “He’ll Never Forsake,” “I’ll See You Home,” “Tell Me Who,” “Whenever, Wherever, Whatever,” “Take A Little Look,” “Celebrating Resurrection Morning” and “Hallelujah For The …

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CD REVIEW: Primitive Quartet – 35th Anniversary

The Primitive Quartet 35th Anniversary The Primitive Quartet are a mainstay in SG/Bluegrass gospel culture.? Their latest project is a celebration of 35 years in gospel music.? The group has basically consisted of the same core quartet for over 30 years with brothers Reagan (Lead), Mike (Baritone)? & Larry Riddle (Bass) and Norman Wilson (Tenor).? …

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CD REVIEW: Allison Lynn – Real Big Fan

ALLISON LYNN Real Big Fan Allison Lynn‘s debut project, Real Big Fan, is atypical for Southern Gospel.? This project has more of a New Orleans, dixieland jazz feel to it.? Because I played in a jazz band in high school, I wanted to listen to this project several times before posting my thoughts. I love …

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