Lou Fellingham - Step Into The Light

Published Saturday 21st August 2010
Lou Fellingham - Step Into The Light
Lou Fellingham - Step Into The Light

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 93613-16820
LABEL: Kingsway Music KMCD3101
RELEASE DATE: 2010-05-17
RRP: £1.99

Reviewed by Susanne Molina

This third solo album of Phatfish frontwoman Lou Fellingham will definitely reward those who have patiently waited since her previous album 'Promised Land'. The title track is genuinely encouraging and invites to a life of freedom in God, liberated from fear and guilt, while braiding a good strand of playful rock into the melody. "Christ In Me" develops from a calm devotional song into a rich, dynamic sweep of sound. It immediately refreshes and renews the spirit, making it my personal favourite from this album. Alongside the skilled songwriting and Lou's tenderly expressive singing there is top rate musicianship with deft contributions from Amy Winehouse's drummer Troy Miller and tasty guitar licks from one time Delirious? man Stu G. Even in a scene awash with worship albums, 'Step Into The Light' stands out.

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Product Description
With two highly acclaimed albums already released, Step Into The Light shows Lou Fellingham at the height of her talent and craft. Step Into The Light has a fresh, creative and contemporary feel that includes beautiful arrangements and strings. With superb production and musicianship, including Amy Winehouse’s drummer Troy Miller and Delirious? Guitarist Stu G, coupled with Lou’s exceptional delivery of songs that will both inspire and challenge.

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