Susan Turner - Contentment

Tuesday 1st June 1993
Susan Turner - Contentment
Susan Turner - Contentment

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 22261-27116
LABEL: Salvationist Publishing & Supp BHSS291
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by Chris Berry

You could never call this contemporary, but it certainly is class. If you like your female vocalists in the traditional mould -controlled, excellently pitched and the voice a musical instrument all of its own, then Susan is for you. There was a time when every vocalist in the local church choir wanted to sound like this, and although that day has now passed us by, Susan is testament to that time. The album starts in rhythmic style with "Dancing In My Heart" but it is songs like "People Need The Lord" seven tracks in which is Susan's real strength. It's by far the best song on the album, no mean feat since there are sixteen tracks in all, and at least five others could lay claim to the honour. But "People Need..." is in a different league, combining Susan's Salvation Army beliefs with her fabulous voice. Tearful stuff, and extremely earworthy. Thanks Susan for an album of commitment... and contentment.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Dancing In My Heart [Listen]
2. Don't Doubt Him Now [Listen]
3. What A Friend [Listen]
4. Apres Un Reve [Listen]
5. To Thy Cross I Come, Lord [Listen]
6. And Can It Be [Listen]
7. People Need The Lord [Listen]
8. Spirit Of God [Listen]
9. Blessed Assurance [Listen]
10. Dearest Name To Me [Listen]
11. It Is Jesus [Listen]
12. Sanctify Us [Listen]
13. Jewels [Listen]
14. Have Mercy On Me [Listen]
15. A Melody In My Heart [Listen]
16. Contentment [Listen]

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