Survivor Records is pleased to announce the release of Brenton Brown’s inspiring, challenging and infinitely appealing new album with the title Adoration, which features co-writes with Paul Baloche on ‘’Our God Saves” and “Because Of Your Love’, re-recordings of Brenton’s classics ‘Holy” and ‘All Who Are Thirsty’ together with the stunning title track and first single, “Adoration” and the soon-to-be classics “Amazing God” and “A Thousand Stars”.
After a recent run of magazine covers, awards (including one from ASCAP recognizing the popularity of Everlasting God), and the generally increasing buzz, there’s a fresh excitement about Brenton and his music.
BUY! HERE'S WHY!
•One of today’s leading worship leaders and songwriters - "Everlasting God", "Praise Is Rising", "Our God Saves", "Lord Reign In Me" and more.
•Radio single Adoration is in “Most Added” listing at Christian AC radio
•Brenton will be touring extensively over the next year appearing at youth and worship conventions and conferences.
RADIO SINGLE: "Adoration" serviced to Christian AC radio
FOR FANS OF: Chris Tomlin, Tim Hughes
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:)| Posted May 18, 2010
Aside from its alliterative qualities, the name "Brenton Brown" would probably fly right over your head. It's
a fair guess that you've let his songs do just the opposite. For instance, you've heard of the incredibly
popular "Everlasting God" (not included) ; it's one of the most popular worship songs ever written. But
there's something the original writer brings to his songs that no one else can; the tenderness of a parent
for a beloved child; the awe of a treasure seeker at the riches he's unearthed. Brenton Brown loves his
songs, and wants you to love them too. Not for what they are in themselves, but for what they express and
The title song, "Adoration" is a good example of this. It was inspired by grief over the stillbirth of Brenton
and Jude Brown's daughter, Grace. In spite of the tears, they couldn't help but love God and remember
that "all we need is found in You". The steady rhythm and clear vocals of this song make it easily
singable. It's certain to become a worldwide favorite, regardless of your situation."All Who Are Thirsty", the
oldest song on this record, is also the album's longest at 6 minutes 34 seconds. The chorus is so
simple ("Come Lord Jesus come/Holy Spirit come") and yet, as a cry of the heart, it need not be verbose.
Although this album boasted guest vocals by such notables as Matt Maher, Paul Baloche, and Kathryn
Scott, to name a few, I had to listen again to hear them because Brown's voice seemed to drown
everyone else out. I'm pretty sure that's not what he was going for. Some other highlights include "Come
Let Us Return (Gloria)" (you could dance to it!) with the Christmassy addition of jingle bells, and "A
Thousand Stars", a song which is somewhat of a departure from the rest of the album. Featuring the
African Children's Choir, it does not mention God by name, but speaks of a child's dreams to make a
difference in the world.
Whether you appreciate Brown's music as a songwriter, a musician, or a worshipper, you can't go wrong.
It is, indeed possible to give adoration to God whatever your circumstances.
Wow| Posted February 24, 2010
Now this is what I call worship. Brown is fantastic. I can't help but bow my heart to God listening to this CD. When I saw him in concert, I knew the worship scene would be blessed with something special. Worship music is not just for Sunday service, and Brown's music helps you take Jesus with you after you leave church. Truly a pleasure to listen to.