On her 2008 Centricity Records project, Above The Noise, Jaime has once again crafted a potent collection of songs that help the listener strip away the distractions of life and surrender to the essence of worship. It's her ability to help others draw closer to God -- whether in a Sunday morning worship service or driving alone to work on a Monday -- that has made Jaime one of Christian music's most acclaimed artists. Her Centricity debut, Reason To Live, spawned the modern classic, "Hear My Worship," which spent nine weeks atop the Inspo charts.
Yet Above The Noise showcases Jaime's gifts in a new light. A songwriter of incredible depth, her music reveals a heart that passionately seeks God and pours those revelations into insightful lyrics. With Nathan Nockels (Point Of Grace, Matt Redman) producing several songs on the collection, this album has a more contemporary flavor that brings a new vibrancy to the messages Jaime has to share.
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Jaimes voice makes this CD| Posted April 09, 2008
Jaime Jamgochain has a great voice, if these songs were sung by anyone with a slightly above average voice the CD would fall flat. But Jaime's voice is beautiful so just listening through the CD is enjoyable even if the lyrics are somewhat forgettable. Her songs don't really bring anything new the the table in the sense of lyrics. But for just worship in general they aren't bad songs. I'm on the fence about her CD. So I will give this CD a pass, but I really do like her voice.
not fantastic but enjoyable| Posted February 12, 2008
Her voice is pretty but the music quality was nothing special to me and it seemed like the worship music I've heard a thousand times before. The best parts of the album are the songs that are slower tempo because they display her voice very nicely. I don't think I would buy this album because it does not seem like much to invest in but she can sing and thats a good thing.