Derek Webb - One Zero

Published Sunday 14th October 2007
Derek Webb - One Zero
Derek Webb - One Zero

STYLE: Roots/Acoustic
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 21997-12604
LABEL: Fair Trade Services 000768409121
RELEASE DATE: 2007-02-28

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Reviewed by Tony Cummings

A bit of a stop gap release, this one, and with Derek now back with the much loved Caedmon's Call this is an album likely to be missed by all save the most avid of the American singer/songwriter's supporters. Offering stripped down acoustic versions of songs from his three solo records, this shows Derek to be a powerfully articulate communicator particularly when dealing with subjects which stretch beyond the normal concerns of evangelical songsmiths.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Mockingbird [Listen]
2. Better Than Wine [Listen]
3. A King And A Kingdom [Listen]
4. Ballad In Plain Red [Listen]
5. I Hate Everything (But You) [Listen]
6. Wedding Dress [Listen]
7. Medication [Listen]
8. Take To The World [Listen]
9. Rich Young Ruler [Listen]
10. Lover [Listen]

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Product Description
A different way of merely saying ‘ten’
After 4 critically acclaimed recordings and the recent groundbreaking digital initiative, Derek Webb captures the mind and imagination of progressive Christian consumers with new interpretations of his favourite songs.
One Zero [acoustic] packages ten fresh, unheard acoustic recordings of the songs that have become fan favourites in a Derek Webb performance.
This collection connects fans of music to a provocative artist discussing issues untouched by most communicators today.

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