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All About Love

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Steven Curtis Chapman ~ All About Love

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Even Barry Bonds misses a pitch now and then, so let's cut Steven Curtis Chapman a little slack with the less-than-spectacular All About Love. After all, Chapman is riding an incredible wave of success on the heels of back-to-back brilliant releases, Speechless and Declaration. But this follow-up to the dynamic duo finds Chapman touting a collection of "true love" songs that are noble in intent but stylistically drab, including a perplexing cover of the Proclaimers' 1980s hit "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)." It's not all flat, though. The title track, "How Do I Love Her," and "Moment Made for Worshipping" are classic Chapman with lyrical contemporary references balanced against age-old wisdom, all buoyed by lively guitar-driven rock. But the remainder of the release seems all too common for an artist who has previously set the bar much higher. --Michael Lyttle
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 28, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sparrow Records
  • ASIN: B00007MBAW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #123,438 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Over the years, Steven Curtis Chapman has become famous for many things, but one is the love songs for his wife he puts into every release. Now, he's decided to release a collection of nothing but love songs. It's not a best of, however, as 12 of the 16 tracks are completely new. And at over an hour, there's plenty of material here.
The songs range in topic and cover every aspect of a relationship from friendship ("We Belong Together") to physical ("With Every Little Kiss"). Along the way he also discusses the struggles of any relationship ("How Do I Love Her") and the joy that Mary Beth has brought into his life (the cute "11-6-64"). Among the covers are a new version of his wedding classic "I Will Be Here" and a fun cover of The Proclaimer's "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" that I really enjoy. The notes inside the CD give a very personal picture of Steven and Mary Beth's relationship that add a whole other level to the music on the disc.
Personally, this CD hasn't reached me the same way his other CD's have because I'm not married. Still, he deserves a lot of credit for tackling a subject very seldom seen in Christian music and for the honesty he brings to the table. Not his best, but still well worth checking out. I'm enjoying it and don't regret buying it for a minute.
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By A Customer on February 9, 2003
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I knew I would buy it. I'm a huge fan of SCC and have been since about 1989 when I heard his first 2 albums. His music has been a gift from God in many different circumstances. BUT although I knew I would buy the album, I wasn't sure if I would like it. I'm single and didn't know if I could enjoy & relate to the words. But the songs are great musically and I am now on my 5th listen in 24 hours. This CD will stay in my player for a long time and each time I hear it, it will help & remind me to pray for couples I am close to.
It's up there with Steven's best albums, and the liner notes by Steven & Mary Beth added a great dimension in terms of being able to really understand the meaning behind the lyrics.
I strongly disagree with the reviewer who thinks Steven has sold out or gone "worldly" with this release. As he said in one of his interviews about this album, his marriage & family life is the area that most challenges him to really live out his faith and helps him see his selfishness and need of Jesus. These songs flow out of the prayer he has poured into his marriage and it is deeply spiritual. Thanks Steven & Mary Beth for sharing your hearts with us and being willing to model a Christ-centered marriage in a culture where marriage is under attack.
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What the "World" would have us believe is that Steven Curtis Chapman's new album is a step towards the pop mainstream and one step away from his Christian roots. Couldn't be farther from the truth. This is not a secular album. His love of the Lord comes shining throughout the album. His terrific uptempo numbers "All about love", "Your side of the world" and "We belong together" all contain his signature guitar driven sound. A truly great relationship cd.
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Steven Curtis Chapman is at his best in two ways: (1) his fun-loving pop anthems (e.g. "Dive," "The Great Adventure," "Live Out Loud," etc.) and (2) his deep & thought provoking ballads (e.g. "God is God," "Be Still and Know," "Free," etc). I expected to lose both of these elements on his CD "All About Love," but I was wrong. You're definitely going to find some toe-tapping crowd-pleasing pop songs (Title track, "You've Got Me," "I'm Gonna Be (500 miles)," "With Every Little Kiss," etc.) as well as some incredibly deep ballads about faith, love, & marriage ("Holding a Mystery," "We Will Dance," "Echoes of Eden" etc). Here are my highlights of this album: "11-6-64" is a cute song about what a 2-yr-old boy might have been doing on the date his wife was born; "How Do I Love Her" is a beautiful prayer asking God for wisdom in caring for his wife; "Moment Made for Worshipping" is the bookend of the album and an encouragement that we can honor God best when we love our spouse and children well. This album surprised me... and it will go down as one of (if not) the best collections of Christian love songs ever! I recommend going on a road trip with your spouse and crank this album up. In one hour, you will fall more in love and be more deeply connected to your spouse without even saying a word to each other. I did it... it works... it's amazing! Way to go Steven!
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For those of us who have followed Steven Curtis Chapman's music and ministry, you are in for a real treat! This project is much different, in style and content, from the previous two, but so profound and very "Steven". He has always been a man who sings from his heart and this album clearly is no exception. While "Declaration" and "Speechless" were filled with awesome declarations of God and specifically focused on Him, this project is a beautiful tapestry of the lives of Steven and Mary Beth Chapman through 18 years of marriage and a celebration of what God had originally intended in the Garden of Eden.
If you are looking for catchy tunes, orchestral interludes, and special FX don't buy this album. The music is simpler, no mass choirs, crashing cymbals or Gameboy here.. If you DO want an invitation to look at what God has done in the hearts of two people joined in marriage, you will not be disappointed. You'll see a different Steven in "All About Love" and be touched by his tender, faithful, humble, and at times, perplexed reflections on what it is to be a husband and friend to his treasure, Mary Beth.
About the songs: anyone in a committed relationship will appreciate the depth and honesty of the songs, as well as SCC's humor in "Tarzan and Jane" and "11-6-64". "I'll Take Care of You" is masterfully performed, a jazzy new style for SCC. These songs tell a story of "the good, bad, and ugly" in their relationship, about learning to appreciate differences, weathering storms, and STILL being able to say to each other "how wonderful is is to be in love with you, with every little look, with every little touch, with every little kiss." SCC wrote a kissing song?! Yep.
"We Will Dance" is reminiscent of "I Will Be Here" in style and content. An older Steven, still true to his wife.
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