CD Rated: Eighth Day (Headin’ Home)

Artist: Eighth Day
Title: Headin’ Home
Rating:
4 Stars

Nutshell Analysis: I found Headin’ Home up on a shelf a few days ago and realized I never had reviewed it. This CD is actually a 2006 release, and here I am barely getting it reviewed before the end of 2007…I’m slipping!

Joni Robinson, who sings the lead vocals on most tracks, reminds me of Karen Peck, except she has a lot of breath in her vocal tone. Her diction is 100% Peck. The tracks are very good, and the songs (mostly written by Robert Arthur, Eric Childers, and Monty Lane Allen) are catchy. I really like the 2005 version of “Back To Me” by Triumphant Quartet, but I think I like Eighth Day’s rendition of the song even more. This CD is worth checking out.

Recommended For: Fans of Karen Peck & New River, the Ruppes, and Jeff & Sheri Easter

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David Bruce Murray

David Bruce Murray is a church music director in Ellenboro, NC. He is the author of Murray's Encyclopedia Of Southern Gospel Music and the owner of both SGHistory.com and MusicScribe.com. David plays piano for Southern Sounds Quartet and the Foothills Community Choir.

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  1. Quaid
    Reply December 20, 11:36 #1 Quaid

    This CD can be monotonous if you listen to it often within a short peroid of time. Some lyrics ramble. But overall this is a good recording. The real hilights for me are “Safe In His Loving Arms” and “Rolled Away Stone”.




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