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Resurrection Letters Vol. II [edit]
by Andrew Peterson | Genre: AC/Inspo | Release Date: October 21, 2008
 

Come examine the death of Christ with Andrew Peterson on Resurrection Letters, Vol. II and see how this one selfless act impacts our lives, relationships and response to God. Andrew isn’t just stuffing songs with tired clichés but layers his masterful song craft, with poignant lyrics, acute observations and crushing truth as he finds the extraordinary in the ordinary places of life. Resurrection Letters, Vol. II is blanketed with rich and imaginative arrangements woven with everything from acoustic guitars and accordion, to mandolin, banjo and lush strings topped with Andrew Peterson’s distinctive vocals.
“One of the most gifted communicators and connectors I have ever met..“ -Sara Groves

“Andrew Peterson is probably the most underrated songwriter of our generation.” -Todd Agnew

“Andrew Peterson packs a story in every song, that, no matter how unrelated it may be to my day to day, is a story I find myself in.”-Donald Miller, author of Blue Like Jazz

“He somehow takes the simplest of things and he shows us with word and with melody that in those very things lies the profound presence and mystery of God.”-Bebo Norman

“Few songwriters can literally bring me to tears” Cliff Young, Caedmon’s Call


Track Listing
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01. All Things New
02. Hosanna
03. All You'll Ever Need
04. Invisible God
05. Hosea
06. Love Is A Good Thing
07. Don't Give Up On Me
08. Rocket
09. Windows In The World
10. I've Got News
11. The Good Confession (i Believe)

Entry last edited by WOOKIEE on 08.05.08

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SINGER/SONGWRITER CONTINUES LEGACY OF VERSE WITH ELOQUENT NEW CD | Posted November 24, 2008
If you’re frantically flipping through your CD collection, creating an extensive Google search and calling your mom screaming hysterically, “I missed it!” fret not. It wasn’t until after Andrew Peterson completed his new record, Resurrection Letters—reflecting on the aftermath of renewal from Christ’s resurrection—that Peterson realized he still wanted to write and record an album about the actual events of Christ’s death and return to life.

So for the sake of chronology, Peterson first issues Resurrection Letters, Volume II. A little odd? Maybe. But after making a career of telling poetry-filled stories with his campy vocals and delicate acoustic guitar, Andrew Peterson has so far defied definition. And with his new CD, he continues the legend.

With lines that weave certain Scriptural truths into an everyday language of guilt, confession, belief and surrender, Andrew Peterson ignites the fire of God in 11 songs filled with transparent lyrics and evocative melodies.

Amid a flurry of acoustic sounds (and very symphonic string lines) “All Things New” introduces the disc with a simple reminder to “Hold on to the promise/The stories are true/Jesus makes all things new.”

Grappling with humanity’s sin nature in light of a Savior’s act of redemption, “Hosanna” uses the old Hebrew word meaning “Save us, now!” to cry out: “I am tangled up in contradiction /I am strangled by my own two hands/I am hunted by the hounds of addiction/Hosanna . . . See the long-awaited King come to set His people free.”

Playing with irony, “Love is a Good Thing” contends love is worth it even though “It’ll chase you down and swallow you whole/It’ll make your blood run hot and cold/Like a thief in the night it’ll steal your soul, and that’s a good thing.”

Since his national debut eight years ago, Peterson has remained one of the most under-recognized songwriters in Christian music. Should there be any ounce of justice in this industry, Resurrection Letters, Volume II will go down in the books as one of the more honest depictions of Christ’s redemption in recorded music history. –Andrew Greer

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the best easter album! | Posted November 01, 2008
today i bought 'resurrection letters' vol 2 by andrew peterson. now, i have been a fan of his for many years. i have his album 'behold the lamb of God' which is a christmas album. then i heard that this album was to be a compliment to that one i was so excited!

i got the chance to see andrew and several others in concert this evening. wow. right when i got home i put in the cd. i've been listening to it ever since. at this moment i think that hosanna is my favorite song.

andrew's songs always speak to me on so many levels - from the queen of iowa to love is a good thing. his songs tell a story that i can see happening in the movie screen of my mind. they take me to places that i've never been but want to visit someday. this album is no exception.

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