However, I can't seem to find it in their products section. Only album from near that era available is "Let the Wind Blow" Please share a link to where this is available so I can purchase it. Also, I didn't even realize David and the Giants still had a website. BTW, I do purchase a lot of music and try to find it before "trying to get it for free. Have a great day. Thanks for share!!
Do you have Wayne Watson "Home Free" album? God Bless You!! I would love to have this in my collection again. Any other Cafe Noire music. How do I do that? I have the cassette but have no way to listen to it. Would like to have it digital if anyone knows where I can find it. I had this record, maybe still do. Thanks a bunch, Prof Digory. I'm looking for a recording of Danny Taylor's "Hey Mon" that's listed in the top 20 for If anyone knows which of his recordings it was on it would be a great help.
Also, I saw Karen Lafferty requested on an older want list--all of her music is available on the site: www. Love your site--Thanks again!
Friend and consisiting of a group of outstanding musicians, the album starts off with "Which One Are You? But the comparison ends there. An accapella track, it sets into your psyche just as the track " Mr Tumbleweed " begins with a chugging blues progression that most assuredly have your toe tapping if not get you dancing yes, gospel music can make you boogie. While I do not generally review religious based music as a rule, this disc is an anomaly simply for the integrity of the music and should by the very definition of what this site was created for be shared equally.
I spent quite a time debating about this because of the subject but in the end the music won out over all else. Stavesacre — Speakeasy — This is straight up, testicles to the wall, no apologies rock and roll. It works like Yes playing, perhaps, Black Sabbath. Liberte Ex Inferis was once, and perhaps still is, a beacon for young Christian metalheads. Also, you should probably the video for the song. On the album itself, Ronnie Martin created catchy electronic music, a genre not a lot of CCM artists in that time even dabbled in.
Stavesacre — Absolutes — This is Stavesacre second record and while it may not have the more immediate songs like in Speakeasy , wearing perhaps more of the grungy, prog mask like their first album, Friction. But this is still a pivotal record for Stavesacre. A few other Chrindie bands attempted constructing something as dark as this — Savior Machine, Dead Artist Syndrome — but none came as close.
More Crayon than Better Than Ezra, and it is perfect. Blindside — Blindside — Christian metal from Sweden was in short supply, at least until Blindside came along. They infused their NT worldview into post-hardcore, and it was quite good.
Lenz is a drummer who worked with countless others from Starflyer 59 to Daniel Amos to Cush to the Supertones to Roper. Lenz would also go on to make a couple of solid records, like the funky blues of The Hot Stuff and the more introspective and sincere The Last Temptation of Frank Lenz.
For that, this album makes the list, though several others would go on to do that type of music better than the Choir, mainly Jason Martin on his first couple records, but also Ester Drang.
Composed mostly of demos, unreleased singles, and outtakes, Sticks and Stones is a weighty guitar-focused pop rock album in vein of INXS. Strongarm — Atonement — If you were a Christian growing up in the 90s and liked hardcore music, Strongarm was your favorite band.
Leaders in the straight edge movement as well as the hardcore Christian music scene, Strongarm stood tall next to other notables like Snapcase, Shai Hulud, Cave-In, and, the granddaddy, Refused.
Atonement was their best record. Resurrection Band — Lament — Sometimes in the NBA a player will get the Most Valuable Player award, not because he was the most valuable player in the league, but because of a body of work over a long stretch of time. Innocent Blood is like that. For all intents and purposes, Rez were the first Christian rock band.
They traveled the country spreading the gospel by playing their music. So much so their records were often pulled from the shelves of Christian bookstores. Eight Hours is their catchiest, best record. Lewis book, Poor Old Lu was set up for success from the very beginning. Though Pictures is not really what you would expect.
Russian Lullabies found Wignall and Co. And it does have that horny, polka aesthetic. A punk album in its purest form, this is a snotty, bratty, chorus heavy opus. Still, this is a brutally heavy, and technically-sound. A pounding album. They recovered and recorded more records, though nothing as unique as this one. Another tough album to find. At the time, Smith was about to shed the homemade feel of his records for a more professional sound, with even Steve Albini producing the next record, Fetch the Compass Kid.
To The Nice Rich Man. Only one member of the band was a practicing Christian, another was a Jew, and the rest were non-believers. And together they made crashing atmospheric pop records in early 00s.
Out of Darkness 'tude Vox Ro. Prisoner of Conscience Our Good-byes Surrender Greatest Gift Heaven On Earth Love Overdrive Feel the Love Better Daze.
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