Ronnie Freeman - God Speaking

Published Saturday 4th October 2008
Ronnie Freeman - God Speaking
Ronnie Freeman - God Speaking

STYLE: Pop
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 47263-14521
LABEL: White Apron Entertainment 2350692
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RELEASE DATE: 2008-07-31
RRP: £12.72


Reviewed by Ewan Jones

Ronnie is a US pop act who appeared briefly on Michael W Smith's Rocketown label in 2002 before disappearing. Now he's returned with ths impressive set. The opener "Breakaway" features Timberlake-tight pop beats and a funky verse builds quickly to an anthemic chorus - it sets the pattern for the rest of an accomplished album that is full of hooks. "Fight" is probably one of the best songs ever written about spiritual warfare and packs a real punch. The title track is a power ballad that is pretty self explanatory (and thankfully in a minority surrounded as it us by upbeat, well paced tracks). Ronnie has a quality pop voice while his songs are crafted numbers that are encouraging, inspiring and honest. But his message is clear: "Jesus, you are my everything" ("My Inheritance"). While it may lack some originality, 'God Speaking' can't be faulted as a positive record that is a cut above a lot of the God-pop around.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Breakaway [Listen]
2. Fight [Listen]
3. God Speaking [Listen]
4. My Inheritance (feat. Christy Nockels) [Listen]
5. Love The Light [Listen]
6. The Other Side [Listen]
7. Winter [Listen]
8. No Changing That [Listen]
9. Get There [Listen]
10. Sober Me [Listen]
11. The Only Thing (Bonus Track) [Listen]

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