Kathryn Scott - I Belong

Published Wednesday 12th December 2007
Kathryn Scott - I Belong
Kathryn Scott - I Belong

STYLE: Celtic
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 33453-13274
LABEL: Integrity 42312
RELEASE DATE: 2007-12-31
RRP: £12.99

Reviewed by Anthony Longville

Kathryn Scott came to attention through her vocal contributions to Vineyard recordings and, in particular, her composition "Hungry". Now a pastor alongside her husband at the Causeway Coast Vineyard church in Northern Ireland, Scott here releases her follow up to the well received 2003 release 'Satisfy'. Produced by Brent Milligan and the first album Kathryn has recorded in the States, the songs here include collaborations not only with her mother, but also with Brian Doerksen and Paul Baloche ("You Gave Your Life Away"). The songs are grounded in an intimate relationship with Jesus, concluding with a reworking of "What A Friend We Have In Jesus", complete with chorus. Scott's delivery has been compared to Sara Groves and Norah Jones. There's a relaxed meditational feel to the musical backing. The songs are rarely upbeat, but ballads abound, often with repetitive choruses lending themselves to the listener becoming a worshipper. Undoubtedly, the best album so far from the talented colleen.

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Product Description
Northern Ireland’s Kathryn Scott is well-known for her stellar writing and passionate vocals on the albums 'Hungry' and 'Satisfy'.
Now in her first studio release Kathryn builds on these successes with a fresh offering of songs that flow from the deep river of worship in her heart.
Powered by her rich voice and honest presentation, 'I Belong' offers eleven original worship songs that cut through life’s complexities, expressing the wonderful truths of her faith and love for God.
With musical styles reminiscent of Sara Groves and Norah Jones, the spirit of the music is all Kathryn Scott, pointing worshippers to the one, true, living God.

Reader Comments

Posted by WILMA DE VILLIERS in SOUTH AFRICA, CAPE TOWN @ 21:54 on Nov 19 2013

Hi there I would like to buy Cathryn Scott's CD s in Cape Town or at least in South Africa? Please can you assist me. I can find it no where.

Posted by jason terry in london @ 11:36 on Jan 4 2008

i was given £10 to use on a bookstall at christian camp i was at and i couldn't help but buy this after listening to one track, it is so good that i keep listening to the songs over and over again. the yrics are awesome.

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