Kim Dexter - Reaching

Published Saturday 6th December 2014
Kim Dexter - Reaching
Kim Dexter - Reaching

STYLE: Pop
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 151705-22168
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1


Reviewed by Matthew Cordle

Kim's second solo album is deeply infused with lyrics moved by and aiming at worship, reflecting changes to her life and ministry over the years. The Californian singer's beautiful breathy vocals are skillfully woven into the strong melodies. From the uptempo opening track "Be With You Now" through to the pulsing synth rhythm of the title track which would not be out of place on a Hillsong United album, this is full of good things. The sublime duet "Our Souls Cry Out" with one-time Hawk Nelson man Jason Dunn and a very nice piano-led version of "Be Thou My Vision" are particular standouts. Throughout, the arrangements are well crafted and produced, as would be expected with the talented bunch of musicians and producers that are on board for this project. Rounded off with the fittingly atmospheric "Remain" this is a great album and well worth getting hold of.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Be With You Now [Listen]
2. We Lift Our Eyes [Listen]
3. Reaching [Listen]
4. Pour Out Your Love [Listen]
5. Have To Save [Listen]
6. Our Souls Cry Out Ftg Jason Dunn [Listen]
7. Freedom [Listen]
8. Be Thou My Vision [Listen]
9. In This New Year [Listen]
10. Remain [Listen]

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