Stepping beyond the horizons many Christians have come to accept as music we term "contemporary," Michael W. Smith has gone off in search of a truly big sound. Somewhere between the eclectic pop melodies of Scritti Politti and the commercially adept studio wizardry of the likes of rock formulists Toto and Alan Parsons Project. M.W. Smith has anchored his aggressive third release The Big Picture, to a more thoroughly modern and pervasively relevant pop/rock style.
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The Big Picture| Posted November 15, 2011
A landmark album for Michael and CCM in general. This album set new standards when it was released and at the time seemed to be one of the releases that showed Christian music did not need to have sub-standard production values, nor have to be mixed so all insrumentation was weak in the background so the vocals could stand way out front. I still love this album! Favorites are "Lamu" and "Rocketown". Truly a forever classic album for CCM.
great| Posted September 09, 2008
this is an old one...not as good as his newer ones ...but Michael W Smith has always been one of my favoite inspirational worship artists! He is wonderful and his music is powerful. Keep it up! God bless you!