Tony Cornish - Sacrifice

Sunday 1st August 1999
Tony Cornish - Sacrifice
Tony Cornish - Sacrifice

RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
LABEL: New Dawn NDD006

Reviewed by Trevor Kirk

Tony Cornish, despite his name, is in fact based in Wrexham, and this title EP has four of his well-crafted, thoughtful songs, with understated backing from bass, keyboards and percussion to support his guitars and vocals. Brian Taylor at New Dawn Music has a happy knack of finding good grassroots musos to support, and Tony is his latest recruit. His songs are somewhat Martyn Joseph-like in style, in that the lyrics aren't up-front Christian, but instead they make you think and search for the meaning that lies under the surface. Well worth sending for, and I don't doubt we'll hear more of Mr. Cornish.

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Posted by babs in Wales @ 16:07 on Jun 12 2007

A completely different style to other album- First Heart. Any more coming?

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