Keith Dudley - Talk About It

Saturday 1st April 1995
Keith Dudley - Talk About It
Keith Dudley - Talk About It

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Benson 8441822572

Reviewed by Catherine E Francis

In this classy collection of songs, American singer/songwriter Keith Dudley nails his colours firmly to the mast. Talk About It' is a 100 per cent, straight-down-the-line, God-glorifying album. It is also a superb set of power-pop songs, with more than a passing resemblance to Michael Bolton's 'Time, Love And Tenderness' collection. Keith sings about the comfort and challenge of knowing the love of God. From the rousing title track, to the moving 'Come And Run With Me', listening to this album is a real feel-good experience. Catchy melodies, a powerful voice and slick production add up to an album of excellent quality. Highly recommended.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Don in state of Delaware @ 01:03 on Oct 16 2010

Nice to see this one hit wonder ccm man's only cd release. I had heard this very moving song titled,
"Til There's a World Without a Need" on ccm radio.
After searching for awhile, I finally was able to find the song; Keith assisted in co-writing this awesome 90's ccm song:definitely his signature song. I also like "Come Run With ME"; great lyrics; again a song that Keith assisted in co-writing. I luv the ballad "YOUR House, My Home" just beautiful!!!
Keith recorded "Dying to Reach You" before it was heard later in the year by female 4-some "Point of Grace. The talented songwriter Geoff Thurman co-wrote the song; incidentally Geoff wrote Amy Grant's 1984 song "JEHOVAH". So what is Keith doing these days?? Anyone know??Thanx..GOD Bless! -Don

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