Album Review - Paul Baloche: Glorious (Joint Style)
The Joint Review has released another album review, this time of Paul Baloche's new album Glorious. Here are the highlights:
JOEL: Amazing songs and great writing sadly crushed by produciton that waters it down and makes Paul’s vocals very weak. I may however be the rare one to say that "Today is the Day" and "A New Hallelujah" are both better than Brewster and MWS versions. The songs on this CD are well worth the purchase.
CONNER: This is a stable, solid collection of songs that won’t jump out and slap you in the face but neither will they put you to sleep. What an attitude of worship. The pitfalls of this CD are "Today is the Day" and "A New Hallelujah". Already having those songs in my head by Lincoln Brewster and Michael W. they just fall completely on their face for me here. Otherwise, wonderful CD for any worship leader looking to pick up some new songs or if you need a new collection of worship songs to sing along to during your morning commute.
MIKE: Good, solid worship recording. If you like Brenton Brown, Michael W. Smith, Matt Redman-kind of worship songs, this record is for you.
ALASTAIR: A solid album, perhaps lacking a little excitement.
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