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Quiet and Worshipful| Posted May 19, 2011
My first impression upon listening to this live album is that it sounded a little flat in the way it was recorded and mixed. I found myself wanting to fiddle with IQ settings while listening to this one to help things out. The performances are pretty good, but not on par with what I would consider the bands best releases. I am admittedly not the biggest fan of "live" albums though, so I may be a little biased. I love Newsong's focus on Christ though and think this release would be great for anyone who possibly saw the band live or enjoys live performances. Compared to some of the bands other work, this release seems very quiet and worshipful overall.
One of their best| Posted August 20, 2008
Like other groups, Newsong has struggled with an ever changing cast of musicians. Eddie Middleton, Russ Lee, Charles Billingsly, Michael O'Brien and Drew Cline have each held the mic fronting the group. My impression of the group changed as the cast of characters changed. In my opinion, the best chapter was the one during which Michael O'Brien fronted the group. This CD was the last that included Michael and is an impressive set of worship music that went largely unnoticed by many. I was particularly impressed by the band's take on traditional worship standards such as "Blessed Be Your Name," "Rescue" and "Wonderful Maker." The CD also includes a couple of really good original worship songs worth noting, including "Psalm 40" and "Every Day's Another Day."