Kirk & Deby Dearman - Sacrifice Of Praise

Sunday 1st December 1991
Kirk & Deby Dearman - Sacrifice Of Praise

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
LABEL: Spirit Of Praise 2045
FORMAT: Cassette Album

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

It's Kirk and Debby's "We Bring A Sacrifice Of Praise" which is their classic and its good to get a slickly arranged version here and a real bonus to get those verses that aren't in Songs Of Fellowship. The rest of the songs show there's a wealth of songwriting talent with Kirk's "You're Worthy" and Kirk and John Chisum's "When We See You" particularly outstanding. As so often happens when songwriters make albums, the Dearman's voices are pleasant enough but lack any distinctive colour or character. There are some fine accompaniments from top musos like Smitty Price and Hadley Hockensmith who did the tracks in Nashville with the Dearman vocals being added in the UK at ICC when the duo were over here. This album is always list enable.

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