Salvador - Make Some Noise

Published Wednesday 13th March 2013
Salvador - Make Some Noise
Salvador - Make Some Noise

STYLE: Latin
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 134307-20071
LABEL: Inpop 804147166328
RELEASE DATE: 2013-02-26
RRP: £1.00

Reviewed by Lins Honeyman

Austin, Texas band Salvador have become leading purveyors in the field of Latin CCM over the years and after a lengthy sabbatical the band demonstrate they have lost none of their Latin funk power. With the characteristic lead vocals of Nick Gonzales and a powerhouse team of musicians behind him, Salvador are on top form as they rattle through a masterclass of contemporary Latin American sounds in the likes of "Tirate" and the more indigenous "Este Corito" whilst the Santana-like title track is worth a listen just for the sax and Hammond solos alone. Elsewhere, the band keep proceedings varied with the blues-tinged "Better Man" and the radio friendly "Get Up And Dance" whilst "God Of Forever" and "Deeper In Love" stray into more familiar worship territory and reflect the God-centred nature of this album. An accomplished cover of the Steve Winwood hit "Higher Love" is the icing on the cake of yet another exemplary release from the Salvador boys.

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Product Description
Salvador is back and better than ever! Featuring their high-energy brand of power pop Make Some Noise showcases the rhythm and brass-driven sound that has made Salvador one of Christian music's favourite live bands. Includes the hit single God of Forever and the popular Steve Winwood classic Higher Love.

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