Elizabeth Ann Mathai - Humbled By Your Love

Thursday 1st January 2004
Elizabeth Ann Mathai - Humbled By Your Love
Elizabeth Ann Mathai - Humbled By Your Love

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 8677-8412
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Born in Canada to Indian parents, Elizabeth has previously recorded two Malayalam language albums and states that “Indian music will always be a part of me.” Unfortunately (for this reviewer) there is little trace of such esoteric delights here. Instead, the Toronto-based singer adopts a musical style not dissimilar to one of her major musical influences, another Canadian Sarah McLachlan. Elizabeth Ann's tone is sweet and mellifluous and though this nine song album is a tad short and there are possibly too many covers (Integrity Music’s “Draw Me Close” and four hymns) the impression left by this wistfully haunting project is still one of an important talent.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Take My Life [Listen]
2. Sing For Me [Listen]
3. Draw Me Close [Listen]
4. Humbled By Your Love [Listen]
5. Wish I Was There [Listen]
6. At The Cross [Listen]
7. My Jesus I Love Thee [Listen]
8. There Is A Fountain [Listen]
9. Humbled By Your Love - With Choir [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Gail in Toronto @ 05:17 on Oct 5 2005

Elizabeth's CD is beautiful...she has an amazing voice! Most of the songs on this CD are slow which makes for nice easy listening...She has more edge in her earlier CD "Show Me The Way". I'm sure we can expect to hear more from Elizabeth in the years to come!



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