Friday, October 5, 2012

Music Review: "Hear Me" by Kyle Sherman

One of the most distinctive artists I've had the chance to review.

Kyle's music  sounds like a very unique blend of musical genre's: I detected bits of rock, New Orleans style jazz, and yes, maybe a little country :)   

Of course it varied from song to song.  The important aspect is that the music actually enhanced the lyrics....this is really important because sometimes worship music becomes too secular and it's easy to forget you're even listening to worship music at all.  

The awesome part is that it was actually fun to listen to, and 'fun' is not a word I usually use to describe music I'm reviewing.  

The best song IMHO is "One True Friend", but "Fountains" is pretty cool with it's vision of us being thirsty and then drinking from the spring of living water.  

Below is one of the songs from the CD,  "The Greatest Tear".  

Very good CD!

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