Mark Schultz - Song Cinema

Wednesday 14th November 2001
Mark Schultz - Song Cinema
Mark Schultz - Song Cinema

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Word 080688613624
RRP: £8.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Like its predecessor, produced by top man Monroe Jones, and like its predecessor, a classy mix of radio friendly pop bubblers (grab the Steven Curtis Chapman-style "I Have Been There") and poignant inspirational ballads (the duet with Rachael Lampa, "Think Of Me"). Mark writes good songs while I like his notes on their writing and performance particularly for "We Are Calling You" ("Todd and Nicol Smith from the group Selah came in and added the Congo language - they grew up as missionary kids in Africa. Not bad for a song that stays on the same note for five minutes."). Mark is clearly a talent who's going to be around for years. Recommended.

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