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Wednesday 21st January 2009

Brian Courtney Wilson weighs in with praised debut

R&B GOSPEL singer and worship leader Brian Courtney Wilson has his debut album 'Just Love' released in the US on Spirit Rising Music, distributed through EMI CMG. Enthused Christian Retailing magazine, "Wilson gives listeners a collection of pop, R&B and jazz-infused gospel songs that never pull any punches. On 'No Other', an icy cool R&B song, Wilson admits, 'I want to be cool, sing a song in a video, pretty girls by the pool,' and later, on 'Simply Redeemed', a gentle piano tune with pop influences, Wilson sings: 'I am a Christian, do you know what that means?/It means I'm far from perfect, simply redeemed.'" CR

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Posted by Dr. Mary Walker in Philadelphia, PA @ 05:42 on Jun 24 2010

A few days ago I was listening to the Just Love CD as I have for the last two weeks mostly for the two songs, Just Love and No Other, but on this particular day God opened my spiritual inner ears to hear the words to the song, Simply Redeemed. It truly ministered to my soul. May The Good Lord continue to Bless you, as you continue on your journey in worshipping and praising God through your music.

Posted by Michelle in Atlanta, GA @ 16:43 on Jan 21 2009

I've heard the CD and LOVE it!!! Sure to top the charts!

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