Vineyard Music Canada - Free To Fly (Home Again)

Tuesday 1st July 2003
Vineyard Music Canada - Free To Fly (Home Again)
Vineyard Music Canada - Free To Fly (Home Again)

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Vineyard Music 1294022
RRP: £14.99

Reviewed by Nathan Groves

The 12 tracks have been well chosen for this compilation CD that includes the talents of Brian Thiessen and Andy Park. All of the CD’s songs are skillfully put together both musically and vocally with a various mixture of musical styles. From the album’s first up beat track “Sing Hallelujah” to its slower and quieter songs such as “Home Again” the songs are spiritually led. The artists show clearly the music’s most important purpose of giving praise to God. The album includes many imaginative musical styles including acoustic and jazz styles which are all mixed beautifully together giving a fresh sound. The songs will have your feet tapping one minute then reflecting thoughtfully the next. Unlike many albums, which have only one or two good songs, every song on this album is of an excellent standard and would make a great addition to anyone’s collection.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Sing Hallelujah [Listen]
2. Keep Me [Listen]
3. Holy Is The Lord My God [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Roxanne Copeland in Cannon Falls MN @ 19:32 on Mar 16 2015

This is a FAB-ulous CD and I cannot find it to buy about 9 more as gifts for the band in church and where they don't chrg $4. per shppg.

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