Terry McMillan - Somebody's Comin'

Wednesday 1st October 1997
Terry McMillan - Somebody's Comin'
Terry McMillan - Somebody's Comin'

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 12333-27462
LABEL: Warner Alliance WBD6456

Reviewed by Yvonne Parke

Those who read lots of liner notes will know that Terry is the CMM industry's favourite session harmonica player. What they probably won't know is that he also possesses a gravely Joe Cocker-style voice. Overall, this had quite a commercial sound and is the sort of CD you can feel confident that many non-Christians would also appreciate. The saxophone and harmonica are used to good effect and the lyrics are clear and catchy. Mr McMillan has a gutsy blues quality to his voice that suits the songs. "Soul Surfin" was my least favourite track. I found it to be a rather repetitive instrumental. This CD also included a testimony track - "A Man After God's Own Heart" - which was interesting and well performed.

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