Brandon Heath - Blue Mountain

Published Thursday 29th November 2012
Brandon Heath - Blue Mountain
Brandon Heath - Blue Mountain

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 130675-19577
LABEL: Reunion 602341017121
RELEASE DATE: 2012-10-16
RRP: £9.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Over the years Brandon Heath has developed to become one of CCM's finest singer/songwriters and this latest set, with its laid back Americana tinges and its masterly production from Dan Muckala, is already being identified as possibly Brandon's best. The three standout tracks are the opener "The Harvester", "Dyin' Day", which, as one reviewer described, "lets everything out in one big loud breath," and the poignant closer "Love Does". Brandon's reflections on what he feels about life, love, hurt and everything in between is elegantly executed and if you rated Brandon's previous releases like 'Don't Get Comfortable' and 'What If We' you will find Brandon's blend of lyrical introspection and songwriting savvy irresistible.

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Product Description
Brandon Heath was voted Christian Male Artist of the Year in both 2009 and 2010 and has also won an Emmy award and been nominated for 2 Grammys. His song Give me Your Eyes from his 2008 release What If We has notched up over 4.5million hits on YouTube.

Blue Mountain is his fourth Studio release and represents a compelling turn in his ever-growing reputation as a masterful storyteller. Check out Jesus in Disguise and the heart-warming Paul Brown Petty.

Reader Comments

Posted by Theresa in Ireland @ 13:38 on Feb 5 2013

One of the best albums I've heard of in recent months! Definitely worth checking out. The highlights for me are undoubtedly: The Harvester, Diamond & Love Does! (A must buy from CR Direct!) :-)

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