Tag Archive: 4 stars

Aug 09

Album Review: Born With a Song (Freedom)

The latest offering from Freedom, Born With a Song, is interesting on a few different levels.  Chief among them are the circumstances surrounding its release.  Soon after the project was finished and released, lead singer and co-founder Josh Garner accepted the lead position with the Dixie Melody Boys.  The change has been accompanied by good will …

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Dec 13

Quick Hits 6: Christmas Edition

Southern gospel fans generally love Christmas music, and for good reason.  The best Christmas music calls to mind the deliverance of man from sin by the Son of God coming down to earth.  At the same time, the music just makes people feel nice!  Here’s a look at two of the most notable Christmas releases …

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Nov 08

Quick Hits 5

In this Gaither-ized edition of Quick Hits, we’ll examine three albums recently released by artists who have long been a part of the Homecoming roster.  Enjoy!   A Tribute to the Songs of Bill and Gloria Gaither (Booth Brothers) Gaither songs, with their often-intricate melodies, fit the Booth Brothers like a glove, and this release …

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Aug 15

Quick Hits 4

Right Now (Old Paths) Right Now is the debut recording on Crossroads for the Old Paths, one of the most exciting up-and-coming quartets in gospel music.  This is definitely my kind of quartet recording, with a heavy dose of five hard-driving uptempo numbers.  With three beautiful ballads and two very good mid-tempo songs, the pacing …

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Aug 13

Quick Hits 3

It’s time for another edition of Quick Hits, where I cover CDs that have come to my attention recently, but for which I haven’t had time to write a full review. This is the 2012 bluegrass edition of Quick Hits!  Enjoy, and don’t be afraid to give your thoughts on these recordings if you have …

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Aug 10

Joint Review: Canton Junction

After rave reviews of “At the Cross” performed by Matthew Hagee, Aaron Crabb and Michael Sykes, the guys knew they needed to make something of this “instant blend.” News came that Tim Duncan was available. Initially, the men performed for what they thought would be a one time event. But when the four of them …

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Feb 10

Album Review: Together Again (Crabb Family)

Announced in October of last year, the Crabb Family’s reunion tour is in full swing already in 2012.  In support of the tour, Together Again is the family’s first project together in several years after the siblings took separate paths of music ministry.  I have to disclose that I am not familiar with the family’s …

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