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||Date: November 1, 2011 at 2:35|
|Wow, I thought this cd was already here on HH. Well, I'll be the first to review it. Released in 84, it definitely sounds like it, but I like that sound. Seeing Huff on board, I was excited, but don't count on too much guitar fireworks. Mostly keyboard oriented, but done very tastefully. There are definitely hints of Airplay here. By the way, this is a religious based release, but unlike with some others, the words don't bother me that much. The songs are well written, and lots of harmonies, as you would expect. Surprisingly, the ballad All Under Him is my favorite. It has a haunting melody that is catchy. All in all, any AOR fan should own this. If you like westcoast you'll love this. If you need lots of distorted guitars to please you, you probably won't dig this. Kind of reminds me of mid 80's Loggins or mid 80's Chicago a little with a hint of Toto and with "Jesus" lyrics. 90/100
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: March 1, 2012 at 23:03|
|Great CCM AOR! Dann Huff & Tommy Funderburk nuff said! It's Hard to Take, Holy Light, King of Glory, The Promise, Silent Night & How Long My Super favs, Yes BDrums1971 Loggins, Chicago or Van Stephenson! Simply Classic! 95/100.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: March 8, 2012 at 19:12|
|Wow blasting melodic tracks!!!...CCM at its best i'd say...top notch lyrics backed up with the delightful voice of Tommy Funderburk...my faves are "Holy Light","King Of Glory","The Promise" & "Silent Night" but to be honest with you the whole release is a major hit!!!...highly recommended album if you are into softies & mid tempo AOR songs and mellow vocals...88/100
|From: Monsieur Renard
||Date: October 11, 2016 at 4:59|
|Really decent album. The (electronic) drums are sometimes kind of annoying. But Funderburk really shines here, as do the guitarparts by Dan Huff.
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