CD Reviews

CD Review: Mark Lowry – What’s Not To Love?

Mark is still recording music, even though he plans to stop touring.

Take 2 Review: Joseph Habedank – Resurrection

Lately we’ve seen fewer top ten hits for other groups from Joseph Habedank’s pen. It turns out he’s saved them all for for Resurrection.

Take 2 Review: Kingsmen – They Don’t Know

Will DBM agree or disagree with Kyle’s review of this same CD?

CD Review: Karen Peck & New River – Hope For All Nations

26 years after their formation, Karen Peck & New River still sound great!

CD Review: Master’s Voice – Walk Worthy

The song selection is excellent and in a variety of styles, each with nearly equal quality.

Must Buy or Not: Long Run (The Old Paths)

After a hiatus of a year and half, The Old Paths return with a new EP, Long Run. Have they picked up where they left off?

Take 2 Review: “The One In The Water” – The Inspirations

With this initial entry, Kyle will be taking a look at the most recent Inspirations album, previously reviewed by Daniel. Will they agree or disagree…?

CD Review: The One In The Water (The Inspirations)

Suppose you are in 1972 and you have just played an Inspirations LP. You step into a time machine. When you step back out, forty-five years have passed, and it

CD Review: Renewed (Second Half Quartet)

Label: None Producers: Gerald Wolfe and Mark Trammell Songs: During the Rapture; Crown Him King; Wedding Music; Alone in the Garden; I’m In the Shadow; God Delivers Again; Miracles Will

CD Review: McKameys – Be Brave

It’s June, which means it’s time for another McKameys CD review.

CD Review: Steve Ladd – No Excuses, No Regrets (EP)

Label: Sonlite Records Producer: Cody McVey Songs: All Things Are Possible God; Chain Breaker; What You’ve Already Done; No Excuses, No Regrets; Since I Laid My Burden Down; Living Water