Juliet Dawn - Heaven's Song

Published Thursday 11th September 2008
Juliet Dawn - Heaven's Song
Juliet Dawn - Heaven's Song

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 47962-14347
LABEL: Independent
RRP: £12.00

Reviewed by Laura Hunter

This album is the fulfilment of years of prophecy spoken over songwriter Brenda Taylor. All 12 tracks are originals and performed with exquisite vocals from her daughter, Juliet Dawn. The vocals of Juliet (once a Cross Rhythms radio presenter) are outstanding with great clarity of diction providing a fitting tone for the tracks while the production too is strong, the string arrangement at the end of "God Of My Praise" being particularly poignant. The team at dB studios should be congratulated for their skill in blending the prophetic with the aesthetic. Juliet also showcases snippets of her own poetic talent in a number of tracks including "Let The Wind Of Your Spirit" and "Holy Wind, Holy Wind". The album closes with the particularly fitting, God praising prayer, "For yours is the Kingdom, the power and glory, for ever and ever, Amen." There is certainly a God inspired beauty to this album.

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Reader Comments

Posted by josy owen in Lichfield @ 21:20 on Aug 28 2009

I love and adore this cd i listen to it almost constantly it lifts me it brings me closer to God

Posted by Pete Clowes in Westwood @ 17:53 on Jul 25 2008

This is the finest CD I have heard in a long time.
It's both Spiritual and relaxing.

Juliets voice is soft and pleasing to the ear, the backing groupo and musicians are superior to many I have heard.

Juliet is very fortunate to have a song writer who is inspred by the word of the Lord and is commited to the work.

All-in-All. this is a fine, inspired, recording.

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