STYLE: Rock RATING OUR PRODUCT CODE: 5587-5428 LABEL: Kingsway KMCD 921 FORMAT: CD Album
Reviewed by Jonathan Pickles
As we all know, Kevin has become the British worshipping church's favourite American and this gripping album shows that the praise pioneer has lost none of his early passion. It's good to hear a singer with a voice that can show real emotion and feeling. Kevin Prosch's gravelly tones certainly give you this. His famed team of UK-based musos the Black Peppercorns have a good, honest bluesy sound - raw electric guitar, jangly acoustic and some classic keyboard sounds. The album is split between live and studio and particularly on the live tracks, the band obediently riff away, giving KP 10 double decker bus lengths of space to sing in. This space that they give, without the need for complex music allows the listeners attention to flow over and around the voice, enhancing the praise aspect of the album. 'Kiss The Son' is a praise album and a very good one, and gives the listener a deep sense of the Holy Spirit working in KP's ministry. If you buy the album (which you should) and were not fortunate enough to catch KP's UK tour in March/April I expect you will want to book tickets next time. Very good indeed.
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