An iTunes exclusive EP released in early 2007, showcases some of Jeremy Camp's newer songs off his album 'Beyond Measure' and some broken down versions of some of his older material, including a fantastic mid-tempo version of fan favorite 'Take My Life'.
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Not Exactly Acoustic, Not Bad At All| Posted August 10, 2009
When Jeremy Camp released his 'Live Unplugged' DVD in 2005, fans ate it up. Jeremy is known for putting on a fantastic live acoustic show and fans were not dissapointed. After the release of 'Beyond Measure' in 2006, Jeremy and his band recorded an iTunes session featuing a few new new songs off the album and some older tunes to boot.
This album, unlike 'Live Unplugged', isn't exactly acoustic. You will hear some heaver guitar rifts being used on this EP but the underlying tone of the whole album is more more mellow and relaxed than what you would hear on a regular album. Think more of a stripped down raw version of each song.
'Beyond Measure' and 'Everytime' showcases Camp's booming vocal power while 'All The Time' and 'Even When' display his captivating musical style. 'When You Are Near' is somewhat different then the 'Beyond Measure' version, much of the electronic feel of the original is taken away and replaced by keys --some fans may not like that as many as others would, but I enjoy this version as well. Fan favorite 'Take My Life' is the track on the album that is sure to suprise you...completly restructured, this version is not only amazingly, mid-tempo, but with the key changes and rearangements, you can't help but wonder if it is even the same song. Jeremy and his team did an amazing job at revamping this one.
Fans are sure to eat up the 'Live Sessions (iTunes Exclusive) - EP', but even those who would question Jeremy's musical style should give this one a shot-- you will be plesantly suprised.