Lauren Daigle - How Can It Be

Published Saturday 18th April 2015
Lauren Daigle - How Can It Be
Lauren Daigle - How Can It Be

STYLE: Pop
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 153275-22418
LABEL: Centricity 0829619128024
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RELEASE DATE: 2015-08-07
RRP: £9.98


Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Louisiana's Lauren has made it to national attention Stateside thanks to her superlative single "How Can It Be" and this moving song, written by Paul Mabury, Jason Ingram and Jeff Johnson, is definitely one of the best tracks to be heard on US Christian radio in the last few years. Not that this 12-song album is a one trick pony. "Power To Redeem" features the always wonderful All Sons & Daughters while Lauren's rendition of David Crowder's "Here's My Heart" is as good as the original. Lauren has overcome bouts of serious illness and "My Revival" speaks of spiritual and physical victory. Paul Mabury's production is impeccable, Lauren's vocals are richly expressive, and all in all 'How Can It Be' is an inspiring full length debut from a singer who will surely be here for the long haul.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. First [Listen]
2. How Can It Be [Listen]
3. Trust In You [Listen]
4. My Revival [Listen]
5. Loyal [Listen]
6. Power To Redeem Ftg All Sons & Daughters [Listen]
7. Here's My Heart [Listen]
8. O' Lord [Listen]
9. I Am Yours [Listen]
10. Come Alive (Dry Bones) [Listen]
11. Salt & Light [Listen]
12. Once And For All [Listen]

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Product Description
Blessed with a voice that is both smoky and sweet, Lauren Daigle has forged a unique sound that combines the soulful, heart-in-throat vulnerability of Adele, with the passionate fire to serve God that Daigle admires in Brooke Fraser. Her Centricity Music debut, How Can It Be, is ripe with the kind of compelling lyrics and engaging melodies that invite listeners to draw closer to their creator, and thatís just what Daigle had in mind.

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