The Hole: John Bowman

GRADE:  B

  • Album:  The Hole
  • Artist:  John Bowman
  • Label:  Mountain Home
  • Style:  Bluegrass, Country
  • Release Date:  09/27/19
  • Streaming:  Yes (Apple Music/Spotify)
  • Running Time:  17 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest EP from John Bowman; The Hole.

John traveled with wife, Becky Bowman as a member of the Isaacs in the late 1990’s/early 2000’s.  John released his first solo recording in 2002 and has been doing solo concerts since about that same time.

John provides listeners six bluegrass, country songs on The Hole.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The Hole moves along at a quick clip, clocking in at 17 minutes.  The EP kicks off with an Easter Brothers cover, “You Ought’ve Been There (Johnny Run The Pews)”.
  • John then follows that up with the Mark Wheeler penned, “I Didn’t Drive The Nails”.  Anyone familiar with bluegrass gospel music knows Mark is a member of the Marksmen.  This would be a strong Southern Gospel radio single choice.
  • Speaking of radio singles, the first sent to Southern Gospel radio is the title track, “The Hole”.  This country flavored tune is a Randy Travis cover originally recorded in 1998 (You And You Alone).
  • The best song on The Hole is another country style number, “Little Bit”.  You may hit repeat on this one.
  • The EP closes as it started, on a fast note.  The up tempo bluegrass song, “I’ll Talk It All Over With Him” deserves a listen.
  • Strongest songs included in order:  “Little Bit”, “The Hole”, “I Didn’t Drive The Nails”, “I’ll Talk It All Over With Him”.
CRITIQUE:
  • The only song on The Hole that didn’t spark much interest is the Merle Haggard penned classic, “Silverthorn Mountain”.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Silverthorn Mountain”.

WRAP UP:

If you enjoy bluegrass and acoustical country music as part of your gospel listening, you’ll want to give The Hole a listen.  Moving along at just 17 minutes, I’ve had this EP on repeat recently.

SONG (Tempo)/Style – Songwriter:  1. “You Ought’ve Been There (Johnny Run The Pews)” (Fast)/Bluegrass – Edd Easter, James Easter, Russell Easter  2. “I Didn’t Drive The Nails” (Slow)/Acoustic Country – Mark Wheeler  3. “The Hole” (Fast)/Country – Skip Ewing, James Hicks  4. “Little Bit” (Fast)/Country – Joseph Barry Hutchens  5. “Silverthorn Mountain” (Fast)/Bluegrass – Merle Haggard  6. “I’ll Talk It All Over With Him” (Fast)/Bluegrass – John Neal

Hey Now: McNeills

GRADE:  B

  • Album:  Hey Now
  • Artist:  McNeills
  • Label:  Custom
  • Style:  Country, Progressive
  • Release Date:  09/20/19
  • Streaming:  Yes (Apple Music/Spotify)
  • Running Time:  41 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from the McNeills; Hey Now.

It was because of the group’s recent radio single, “Let Me Tell You Bout Him”, that caused me to give their music a listen.  My first full introduction to the music of the McNeills is Hey Now.  The McNeills provide listeners progressive Southern Gospel music.

The McNeills is family band composed of Chris McNeill (baritone vocalist/pianist-acoustic/bass guitar), wife Michelle McNeill (soprano vocalist/mandolin), son Landon McNeill (lead-tenor vocalist/fiddle) and daughter Caylie McNeill (alto vocalist/lead guitar).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • I thoroughly enjoyed another album with no flowery, orchestrated tracks.  The McNeills create a sound that can easily be translated to the concert stage.
  • The family close Hey Now with a power house a cappella number, “Take Time To Be Holy”.  Their harmony is outstanding.  You need to give this song a listen.
  • The album’s title/opening track, “Hey Now” is also the first radio single from the album.  Adam Crabb originally recorded this song on his 2013 solo album, Surrender.
  • Speaking of covers, the McNeills also turn in a strong performance of the Isaacs original; “The One I’m Dying For”.  Caylie is featured on the McNeills version.
  • Caylie performs a song she wrote titled, “Redemption”.  This progressive Southern Gospel ballad is a must listen.
  • Landon takes the feature on another strong radio single choice, “Get Up And Go”.  This mid tempo song was also penned by Caylie.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “Take Time To Be Holy“, “The One I’m Dying For”, “Hey Now”, “Get Up And Go”, “Redemption”, “Forgiven” and “I’m Gonna Sing”.
CRITIQUE:
  • There were a couple song selection choices that didn’t measure up to the rest of the album.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Go Against The Grain” and “Prepare”.

WRAP UP:

I’m pleased when I’m introduced to a group that can not only sing, but write their own material and are able to play music through instrumentation.  If you haven’t, you should also introduce yourself to the music of the McNeills.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Hey Now” (Mid/Fast)/Ensemble; Landon – Lee Black, Jason Cox  2. “Get Up And Go” (Mid)/Landon – Caylie McNeill  3. “He Sees Me” (Slow)/Michelle – Michelle McNeill  4. “I’m Gonna Sing” (Fast)/Landon Gloria Gaither  5. “Go Against The Grain” (Mid)/Caylie; Landon – Lee Black, Jason Cox, Kenna West  6. “The One I’m Dying For” (Slow)/Caylie – Becky Bowman, Ronnie Bowman, Sonya Yeary  7. “Forgiven” (Mid/Fast)/Landon – Caylie McNeill  8. “Redemption” (Slow)/Caylie – Caylie McNeill  9. “Prepare” (Fast)/Chris – Christopher McNeill  10. “Your Great Name” (Slow)/Michelle – Michael Neale, Krissy Nordoff  11. “Take Time To Be Holy” (A Cappella)/Ensemble – Duane Blakley, William Longstaff

Raised On Red: Wilburn & Wilburn

GRADE:  B

  • Album:  Raised On Red
  • Artist:  Wilburn & Wilburn
  • Label:  Daywind
  • Style:  Country, Progressive
  • Release Date:  09/27/19
  • Streaming:  Yes (Apple Music/Spotify)
  • Running Time:  37 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from Wilburn & Wilburn; Raised On Red.

After nearly a three year hiatus, Wilburn & Wilburn returns with the release of Raised On Red.  The country style on the majority of the album fits Jordan’s vocals perfectly.

Wilburn & Wilburn is composed of Southern Gospel legend Jonathan Wilburn (lead/baritone) and son Jordan Wilburn (lead/tenor).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Kudos on an entire Southern Gospel album not having any orchestrated tracks!!  I really enjoyed the country sound/style given this album.
  • Jordan has the stand out features on Raised On Red.  The biggest being, “Born A Sinner, Died A Saint”.  Love, love, love this song!  Lee Black and Jason Cox wrote one of the best recorded songs of 2019.
  • Another Jordan feature with a great arrangement is the album’s first radio single, “33”.  Lee Black/Jason Cox came together with Dustin James to pen this composition.
  • A third Jordan feature is the mid tempo, country style tune that follows “33”; “In The Room”.  This song could be a strong choice for radio single.
  • Jonathan takes the lead on a song that gives listeners 80’s, Ronnie Milsap vibes; “He Could Love What Was Left Of Me”.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “Born A Sinner, Died A Saint“, “33”, “Hallelujah Homecoming”, “He Could Love What Was Left Of Me”, “In The Room” and “Raised On Red”.
CRITIQUE:
  • You could tell one song was planning to be on a Jonathan Wilburn solo album.  “Where Could We Go” features only Jonathan with cheesy background vocals that hearken back to 1980s Southern Gospel music.
  • I may need to write a future post on the problems I find in some of the lyric found in “Black, White And Red”.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Black, White And Red”.

WRAP UP:

Raised On Red was an enjoyable listen.  I was happy to not hear one orchestrated track the entire album.  Hire a couple musicians and you could easily recreate this album on the concert stage.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Hallelujah Homecoming” (Fast)/Jonathan – Brent Baxter, Jason Cox, Kenna West  2. “Born A Sinner, Died A Saint” (Mid/Slow)/Jordan – Lee Black, Jason Cox  3. “Raised On Red” (Fast)/Jordan – Lee Black, Jason Cox, Joseph Habedank  4. “He Could Love What Was Left Of Me” (Mid)/Jonathan Gerald Crabb, Michael Kitts  5. “Black, White And Red” (Mid/Slow)/Jonathan – Gerald Crabb  6. “Where Could We Go” (Mid/Fast)/Jonathan – Jessica Campbell, Fanny Crosby, Michael Farren  7. “One More Reason” (Mid/Slow)/Jordan – Gerald Crabb, Tim Menzies  8. “33” (Mid)/Jordan – Lee Black, Jason Cox, Dustin James  9. “In The Room” (Mid/Fast)/Jordan – Lee Black, Joseph Habedank, Tim Lovelace  10. “Your Worst Mistake” (Slow)/Jonathan – Lee Black, Jerry Salley

Keep Movin’ Along: Perrys

GRADE:  B+

  • Album:  Keep Movin’ Along
  • Artist:  Perrys
  • Label:  Stow Town
  • Style:  Traditional, Progressive
  • Release Date:  10/25/19
  • Streaming:  Yes (Apple Music/Spotify)
  • Running Time:  26 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the new EP from the Perrys; Keep Movin’ Along.

Keep Movin’ Along is first new Perrys album since the passing of Tracy Stuffle.  The group decided to release a seven song EP instead of a full length album.  The proven Perrys formula with Libbi as the anchor to the group’s sound continues with Keep Movin’ Along.

The 2019 edition of the Perrys consists of Libbi Stuffle (alto), Jared Stuffle (bass), Troy Peach (baritone) and Andrew Goldman (lead).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The album starts with the strongest song, “It Never Gets Old”.  Scott Inman’s songwriting style is becoming more evident as you hear more and more of his compositions.  This up-tempo song, I believe, is also the first radio single from Keep Movin’ Along.
  • As already mentioned, the Perrys sound has been anchored by Libbi’s strong alto vocals.  She is featured on two big ballads; “Walk Me Through” and “Never A Time”.  The former could be a big hit for the group.
  • Troy Peach tends to lean more toward the country style ballad, which suits his voice.  “Tailor Made” is another to add to the list.  Always enjoy hearing a steel guitar.  Give this song a listen!
  • The album closes with a convention style classic from the pen of Lonnie Combs; “Keep Movin’ Along”.  This is right out of the Stamps Baxter songbook and an early Southern Gospel version of the song was recorded in 1972 (Old Time Singin’) by the Inspirations.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “It Never Gets Old“, “Walk Me Through”, “Tailor Made”, “Keep Movin’ Along” and “Take You To The Cross”.
CRITIQUE:
  • Fortunately for the listener, there is only one song that received the big orchestrated arrangement.  That is the way it should be.  Big symphonic orchestrations should be the exceptions on an album, not the rule.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “That’s How You Know”.

WRAP UP:

What can be said about the Perrys that hasn’t already been said over their 30+ year recording career.  A model of consistency and quality material keep them at the top of their game.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “It Never Gets Old” (Fast)/Ensemble; Andrew – Rodney Griffin, Scott Inman  2. “Walk Me Through” (Slow)/Libbi – Carolyn Cross, Wayne Haun, Dixie Phillips  3. “Take You To The Cross” (Slow)/Andrew – Lee Black, Joseph Habedank, Tony Wood  4. “That’s How You Know” (Fast)/Jared Joseph Habedank, Dianne Wilkinson  5. “Tailor Made” (Slow)/Troy – Mark Mathes  6. “Never A Time” (Slow)/Libbi – Jason Cox, Kenna West  7. “Keep Movin’ Along” (Fast)/Ensemble – Lonnie B Combs

Seasons: Chandlers

GRADE:  B

  • Album:  Seasons
  • Artist:  Chandlers
  • Label:  Chapel Valley
  • Style:  Progressive
  • Release Date:  07/12/19
  • Streaming:  Yes (Apple Music/Spotify)
  • Running Time:  35 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from the Chandlers; Seasons.

Seasons is my introduction to the music of this family.  My immediate reaction was being taken back to the Southern Gospel families of the late ’80’s/early ’90’s.  There are moments from the Chandlers that were reminiscent of the McGruders (during that early 90’s era).

I remember a group from about 20 years ago by the name of the Jellisons.  Lana Jellison Chandler (lead/alto vocalist) was a member of that family group.  She is now joined by husband Tim (baritone vocalist) and daughters Tiffany (alto vocalist) and Lyndsey (soprano vocalist).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The family wrote all but one song on Seasons.  The album opens with “Anchor Of My Soul”.  This song is a perfect representation of that Southern Gospel sound from the early ’90’s.
  • Then it goes right in to the up-tempo “He Made A Way”, which gave me classic McGruders vibes.
  • Lana takes listeners to church on the rollicking, up-tempo; “All The Way”.  I can imagine this being a great concert song.
  • Tim’s country style baritone works well on the ballads, “I Don’t Deserve” and “Seasons”.  Both deserve a listen.
  • The Chandlers turn in a strong a cappella performance of Fanny Crosby’s, “My Savior First Of All”; to close the album.
  • Listeners are treated to some modern progressive Southern Gospel sounds on the album’s current radio single; “Better”.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “He Made A Way“, “Anchor Of My Soul”, “Seasons”, “Who Would You Be”, “My Savior First Of All”, “Better” and “All The Way”.
CRITIQUE:
  • For the most part the Chandlers production team stayed away from the booming orchestrated tracks.  There are a few moments unfortunately.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Go Answer The Door”.

WRAP UP:

The reminiscent early 1990’s Southern Gospel sounds found on Seasons was a winner for this listener.  I look forward to see what the Chandlers provide listeners in the future.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Anchor Of My Soul” (Slow)/Lana – Jackie Jellison  2. “He Made A Way” (Fast)/Tim – Tim Chandler  3. “Who Would You Be” (Mid/Slow)/Lyndsey – Tiffany Chandler  4. “All The Way” (Fast)/Lana Lana Chandler, Tiffany Chandler, Tim Chandler  5. “I Don’t Deserve” (Slow)/Tim – Tim Chandler  6. “Better” (Fast)/Tiffany – Tiffany Chandler  7. “Turn Back To Jesus” (Mid/Slow)/Lana – Lana Chandler  8. “Go Answer The Door” (Mid/Fast)/Lyndsey; Lana – Lana Chandler, Tiffany Chandler, Tim Chandler  9. “Seasons” (Slow)/Tim – Tim Chandler  10. “My Savior First Of All” (A Cappella)/Ensemble – Fanny Crosby

Living The Stories: Tribute Quartet

GRADE:  B-

  • Album:  Living The Stories
  • Artist:  Tribute Quartet
  • Label:  Daywind
  • Style:  Progressive
  • Release Date:  09/27/19
  • Streaming:  Yes (Apple Music/Spotify)
  • Running Time:  36 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from Tribute Quartet; Living The Stories.

Living The Stories is the first album of new music since the quartet’s career best album, Here For You (2016).  How does it stack up?  Lets find out.

The 2019 edition of Tribute Quartet is Gus Gaches (tenor), Gary Casto (lead), Josh Singletary (baritone) and Anthony Davis (bass).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The label chose the right song as first radio single.  “The Healer Hasn’t Lost His Touch” jumps out as the stand out from the album.  From the pens of Jason Cox, Joseph Habedank and Tony Wood makes for a winning combination.
  • Baritone vocalist, Josh Singletary, has some of the best features of his recording career on Living The Stories.  His Broadway theatrical style is toned down on both “The Stories This Water Could Tell” and “Man From Galilee”.  Both deserve a listen.
  • There is a strong up-tempo quartet number that would serve well as a great concert opener; “Somebody Tell”.
  • New tenor vocalist, Gus Gaches, is featured on the album’s current radio single along with another stand out ballad; “There’s Still Power In The Blood”.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “The Healer Hasn’t Lost His Touch“, “Somebody Tell”, “The Stories This Water Could Tell”, “There’s Still Power In The Blood” and “Man From Galilee”.
CRITIQUE:
  • Unfortunately, Living The Stories is filled with big, booming, orchestrated tracks.  It diminishes the overall appeal of the album.
  • I’ve already started in 2019 but you’ll see it more prevalent with album reviews in 2020.  If producers continue to saturate Southern Gospel albums with the ‘London Philharmonic Orchestra’ on every song, expect a tougher review and lower grading.
  • “Fear Not” started with this really funky, upbeat musical intro and then falls flat as soon as the vocals start.  What happened?
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “Well At The Well” and “Fear Not”.

WRAP UP:

It is so tough for an artist to follow up a career record.  That is what happened with Tribute Quartet trying to follow up Here For YouLiving The Stories still give listeners some strong moments to make part of their musical playlists.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Only One” (Fast)/Ensemble – Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey  2. “Somebody Tell” (Fast)/Ensemble; Anthony – Jason Cox, Sue C Smith, Kenna West  3. “The Stories This Water Could Tell” (Mid/Slow)/Josh – Lee Black, Sue C Smith  4. “There’s Still Power In The Blood” (Slow)/Gus Jason Cox, Sue C Smith, Kenna West  5. “Fear Not” (Fast)/Ensemble; Gary – Wayne Haun, Kenna West, Tony Wood  6. “He Who Counts The Stars” (Slow)/Gary – Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey  7. “The Healer Hasn’t Lost His Touch” (Mid/Slow)/Gus – Jason Cox, Joseph Habedank, Tony Wood  8. “Pull Up A Chair” (Mid)/Ensemble; Josh; Anthony – Lee Black, Kenna West  9. “Well At The Well” (Fast)/Gary – Lee Black, Rick Shelton, Sue C Smith  10. “Man From Galilee” (Slow)/Josh – Joel Lindsey, Dixie Phillips

Hidden Blessings: Lore Family

GRADE:  B

  • Album:  Hidden Blessings
  • Artist:  Lore Family
  • Label:  Horizon
  • Style:  Progressive
  • Release Date:  10/11/19
  • Streaming:  Yes (Apple Music/Spotify)
  • Running Time:  40 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the new album from the Lore Family; Hidden Blessings.

The Lore Family was releasing music independently until Crossroads came along and picked up their new album, Hidden Blessings, and released it on Horizon records.  Hidden Blessings is filled with progressive Southern Gospel sounds that hearkened back to the sound/style of the Lesters.

The Lore Family is composed of Darren Lore (baritone/lead), wife Sandy Lore (soprano), daughter Fayth Lore (alto) and son Samuel Lore (lead/tenor).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The album’s first radio single, “His Cross Is Now Empty”, is the stand out song on Hidden Blessings.  Maybe the familiarity of hearing it on the radio caused it to stand out but either way it is a must listen.
  • Another strong radio single choice is “Keep Praying”.  Sandy and Fayth are featured on this ballad that stays away from the big orchestrations that “His Cross Is Now Empty” gets lost in at moments.
  • One of the more unique arrangements on Hidden Blessings is the Samuel feature, “The Rock That Never Ages”.  I hit repeat on this song before moving on to the rest of the album.
  • Samuel does get the most features on Hidden Blessings.  You’ll want to give “That Same Power” a listen.  One of the few up-tempo songs on the album.
  • Samuel also has a strong feature on the ballad, “In His Presence”.
  • Fayth takes the lead on the album’s current radio single, “Ready To Know”.  Another up-tempo song in a sea of mid to slower tempo songs.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “The Rock That Never Ages“; “Keep Praying”, “His Cross Is Now Empty”, “That Same Power”, “Ready To Know” and “In His Presence”.
CRITIQUE:
  • While it in no way dominates the album, there are moments when big orchestrations ruin certain musical moments.  The strongest songs tend to be those that easily translate to the concert stage.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “I’ve Got A Really Good Feeling”.

WRAP UP:

The Lore Family has a sound/style that will endear them to many Southern Gospel listeners.  They have already proven that with hit songs.  Hidden Blessings should give the group several more.

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “Didn’t He Promise” (Mid)/Darren; Fayth – Adina Bowman, Carolyn Cross, Donna Norton  2. “That Same Power” (Mid/Fast)/Samuel – Jeff Bumgardner, Cliff Duran  3. “His Cross Is Now Empty” (Mid/Slow)/Ensemble – Joel Lindsey, Darren Lore  4. “In His Presence” (Slow)/Samuel Chris Binion, Carolyn Cross  5. “The Rock That Never Ages” (Mid/Slow)/Ensemble; Samuel – Dixie Phillips, Kenneth Walker, Kevin Winebarger  6. “Hidden Blessings” (Slow)/Darren – Jeff Bumgardner, Darren Lore  7. “I’ve Got A Really Good Feeling” (Mid/Fast)/Sandy – Darren Lore  8. “You Can Trust Him With Your Pain” (Slow)/Samuel; Darren – Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey, Darren Lore  9. “Ready To Know” (Fast)/Fayth – Rachel McCutcheon  10. “Keep Praying” (Slow)/Sandy; Fayth – Carrie Moeller, Sue C Smith, Don West  11. “The Blood Flows From Calvary Still” (Slow)/Sandy – Jeff Bumgardner, Joel Lindsey, Darren Lore

A Lot With A Little: 11th Hour

GRADE:  B+

  • Album:  A Lot With A Little
  • Artist:  11th Hour
  • Label:  Sonlite
  • Style:  Progressive, Country
  • Release Date:  09/27/19
  • Streaming:  Yes (Apple Music/Spotify)
  • Running Time:  40 Minutes

SYNOPSIS:

Today we take a look at the latest album from 11th Hour; A Lot With A Little.

11th Hour is closing in on it’s first decade in Southern Gospel music.  The trio released it’s first album in 2010 (Gather ‘Round).  Since 2012, 11th Hour has been working with Crossroads.  A Lot With A Little is progressive Southern Gospel music with some ‘hard driving’ country sounds thrown in.

The trio is composed of founding member Amber Eppinette (soprano/lead vocalist), Jaquita Lindsey (alto vocalist) and Logan Smith (tenor vocalist).

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • A Lot With A Little starts off strong with the first four songs all being #1 hits in the making!
  • The strongest of all is “I Know Him”.  This song will be vying for the best recorded song of 2019.  When we are weak, He is strong!  Outstanding song!
  • Alto vocalist Jaquita Lindsey is featured on a song she wrote, “Always On His Mind”.  This progressive ballad would make for a great radio single choice.
  • Amber shines on the ballads she co-wrote for A Lot With A Little.  “How Much Broken Is Enough” is a co-write with Kenna West.  Another power house song that deserves a listen.
  • Listeners are treated to another near the end of the album, “Settled At The Cross”.  A Lot With A Little has some of the best songs of 11th Hour’s recording career.
  • Don’t think the album only has ballads.  There are some great ‘hard driving’ country sounding songs as well.  The album’s first single and title track, “A Lot With A Little”, should easily be a top ten hit for the trio.
  • Logan Smith is the newest vocal member of 11th Hour.  He has come a long way from impersonating Vestal Goodman.  Listen to “Love Don’t”.
  • Strongest songs included in order: “I Know Him“, “How Much Broken Is Enough”, “Always On His Mind”, “A Lot With A Little”, “Love Don’t”, “Settled At The Cross” and “Bring On The Storm”.
CRITIQUE:
  • The praise and worship style song, “All Glory” feels out of place with the rest of the album.  Luckily it closes out the album but probably could have been left off altogether.
  • Also the big brass arrangement to “Good” doesn’t fit the theme of the recording.  A fun song though.
  • Weakest songs included in order:  “All Glory” and “Good”.

WRAP UP:

11th Hour may have just released the best album of their recording career.  It is better than their previous effort (Silence The Stones) and is so close to what I consider their best album (What A Moment).  An album I didn’t mind listening to a half dozen times before writing the review!

SONG (tempo)/Featured Vocalist – Songwriter:  1. “A Lot With A Little” (Mid/Fast)/Amber – Amber Eppinette, Jaquita Lindsey, Nathan Woodard  2. “Always On His Mind” (Slow)/Jaquita – Jaquita Lindsey  3. “Love Don’t” (Mid/Fast)/Logan – Jason Cox, Amber Eppinette, Kenna West  4. “I Know Him” (Slow)/Amber Jason Cox, Amber Eppinette, Kenna West  5. “Comeback” (Fast)/Jaquita – Chris Binion, Jaquita Lindsey, Nathan Woodard  6. “How Much Broken Is Enough” (Slow)/Amber – Amber Eppinette, Kenna West  7. “Good” (Fast)/Amber – Brandon Todd Wright  8. “Love Leaves A Mark” (Slow)/Logan – Jason Cox, Logan Smith, Kenna West  9. “Bring On The Storm” (Mid/Fast)/Amber – Blake Bolerjack  10. “Settled At The Cross” (Slow)/Amber – Jason Cox, Amber Eppinette, Kenna West  11. “All Glory” (Slow)/Amber; Jaquita – Amber Eppinette, Kenna West