STYLE: Pop RATING OUR PRODUCT CODE: 95752-17627 LABEL: Word Curb 080688792428 FORMAT: CD Album ITEMS: 1 RELEASE DATE: 2010-09-20 RRP: £12.99
Reviewed by Stephen Luff
Point Of Grace have received no less than five Dove Awards during their 18 year career. This album, produced by Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift), sees the trio move closer to an overall country sound than on previous albums. Tracks like "Wildflower "and "Hometown" have hints of Dixie Chicks combined with vocal delivery similar to Martina McBride. What makes them stand out in the market place is their choice of songs. The album opens with the faith building "He Holds Everything" with its message of dependence on God in difficult times. Other tracks of note are "There is Nothing Greater Than Grace" and the amusing (and true to life in most households) "Love And Laundry". The only track written by the girls (with help from Cindy Morgan and Julie Adkinson) is "The Greatest Show On Earth" which is a gentle nod to the band's more pop sounding past.
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Having completed their 13th full-length project, the three ladies of Point of Grace have perfected a sound that is sure to please both Country and Christian fans alike.
Produced by Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift), this collection of songs invites the listener to celebrate love, faith, family and the struggle with ‘balance’ that hits their core demographic right where they are (“Love And Laundry”). “No Changin’ Us,” along with being one of the standout cuts, is an aptly named title for a group that has remained consistently one of CCM’s finest.