Scott Krippayne - All Of Me

Thursday 19th July 2001
Scott Krippayne - All Of Me
Scott Krippayne - All Of Me

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Spring Hill CMD1010
RELEASE DATE: 2001-05-04
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

This sounded so uncannilly like Stephen Curtis Chapman I thought for a second they'd got the wrong CD in the box. Same snappy pop rock arrangements. Same way of punching home spiritual truth with radio friendly hooks. Even Scott's throaty voice is similar. Scott's earlier albums were a bit more subdued singer/songwriter (if you know what I mean). Whether this new set makes Scott into a Nashville radio star or not, no one can deny the production and songwriting craft that has gone into 'All Of Me'.

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1. Deeper Still [Listen]

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