Karan - Love Lifted Me

Published Monday 28th February 2011
Karan - Love Lifted Me
Karan - Love Lifted Me

STYLE: Gospel
RATING 5 5 5 5 5
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 87214-16217
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by George Luke

Karan Clark (not to be confused with Karen Clark-Sheard) is a Florida-based singer who harks back to older, more soul-influenced times here on her debut album. However, the album doesn't sound old school; it just sounds dated - especially with the bountiful use of '80s-style synthesiser sounds. "Yes, Jesus loves me" and "He is worthy to be praised" are statements any churchgoer would agree with. But overusing them in songs doesn't make those songs great - and so a lot of the song lyrics here sound a bit clich├ęd. On the whole, 'Love Lifted Me' is pleasant but generic.

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Reader Comments

Posted by me in here @ 22:18 on May 31 2011

For a debut album, that's not bad! I have heard the album, and declare it to be refreshing and different.



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