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Blue Mountain is the fourth studio album by contemporary Christian musician Brandon Heath. It was released on October 9, 2012 through Reunion Records. This album has had success on the chart, so has the song "Jesus in Disguise". It also debuted at No. 5 o

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  • Audio CD (October 9, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: PROVIDENT
  • ASIN: B00925IGO6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,570 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Janet Postlethwaite on December 7, 2012
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The songs on this CD are uplifting and beautiful. I listen to it over and over. It brings peace to my mind and tears to my eyes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Caleb on December 4, 2012
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This was my first purchase of a Brandon Heath album and the reason I picked it up was because I read a review mentioning that the goal had been to craft an album with timeless musical and lyrical content. Well, I wasn't disappointed. The songs on this album feel real. They are songs that tell stories like on "Paul Brown Petty" which is a song that anyone with a beloved family member from an older generation could identify with. "The Harvester" takes imagery from Scripture and the Great Commission and combines the two into a call to evangelism. "Dyin' Day" asks the listener to reach out to the broken and condemned as Jesus did. "He Paid It All" serves as a reminder of the sufficiency of the sacrifice of Jesus.

Those are just a few of my favorites. There's not a song on this album that I would skip. The only one I find a little less appealing is "Jesus in Disguise." Not because of anything wrong with it lyrically but because it feels a little out of place musically. It seems like it was written more to be radio friendly and less to fit with the timeless feeling of the roots music that makes up the rest of the album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Harold Cameron on November 30, 2012
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"A great song can carry us to another place and a well-crafted album can introduce us to a whole new world. Welcome to Blue Mountain. With his latest collection, Brandon Heath opens the door to an intriguing locale, populated by saints and sinners, perpetually overflowing with powerful truths and soul-shaking observations on life and humanity.

There could be no better tour guide through Blue Mountain than Heath, one of Christian music's most beloved and respected artists and songwriters. A two-time GMA Male Vocalist and five-time GRAMMY nominee, Heath has delivered some of Christian music's most thought-provoking anthems, including the 2009 GMA Dove Award-winning Song of the Year, "Give Me Your Eyes" and "Your Love," which topped the charts for an amazing eight weeks. A Nashville native, Heath began writing songs in his teens and gained a national audience with the release of his 2006 Reunion Records debut album, Don't Get Comfortable. His warm, expressive voice and intuitive songwriting have earned him an enthusiastic fan base and the respect of his peers.

He follows his chart-topping 2011 album Leaving Eden with the vibrant landscape of Blue Mountain, his fourth studio record. The album is filled with the type of signature story songs that have made Heath an influential voice of his generation, yet sonically he fuses his engaging pop template with the rootsy sounds of his childhood. "When I was a little kid, my grandparents lived outside of Knoxville, Tenn. Every time we would go to visit them, we'd go to Cades Cove and Gatlinburg," he says of soaking up the sights and sounds of Appalachia. "I always remember being struck by those mountains and my imagination would run wild and think they were the backs of dinosaurs. I've always just been intrigued with those mountains.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K. Schermerhorn on October 17, 2012
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It amazes me how Brandon's three albums are so incredibly different, yet all still just as phenomenally crafted, just as effective. This album is more like his debut than "Leaving Eden", though this time around Brandon adds a touch of Country to just about every song on the album. In fact, this album is more Country than it is any other genre (which is unusual for a Christian album). This album has a Country-Folk sound, mixed in with a little bit of pop, and even a little light rock in areas.

Standouts include "The Harvester", "Jesus In Disguise", "Blue Mountain", "Love Does", and "In The Dust". "Dyin' Day" and "He Paid It All To Me" are also great songs. The absolute best song on this album is EASILY "Love Does". What a great song. That should definitely be released as a single. I have overplayed that song excessively since purchasing this album.

All in all another phenomenal album from Brandon Heath without a single bad track. An excellent album from beginning to end.
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I got so focused on which artists I listen to were releasing new Christmas music this year that I almost missed the fact that Brandon Heath was releasing a new disc. Fortunately, I happened to catch a Tweet talking about Blue Mountain, so I got it. This one takes a few listens, but the effort is worth it.

There is a bit of a theme or a story to the songs here, at least according to Brandon. These songs are written from the point of view of the citizens of a fictional town called Blue Mountain somewhere in the Appalachians. Honestly, if I hadn't read that in the notes that came with my CD, I wouldn't have gotten it since many of these songs work on their own. It does explain a couple of them, however. "Paul Brown Petty," a tribute to the everyman who leaves behind a legacy, is a prime example. "Dyin' Day" is the strangest song here - a song about a man about to be executed sharing his hope in God. It's a nice idea, but it doesn't quite work. Frankly, I don't think it even works as an extended metaphor.

The fact that we're in the Appalachians also explains the style here. Brandon has taken his normal soft rock and infused just a hint of country. That's the part that takes some getting used to. While songs like "The Harvest," "Jesus in Disguise," and "Love Does" have plenty of Brandon's classic rock, songs like "Diamond," "Love Will be Enough for Us" and "He Paid It All" definitely have some country flavor to them. It's just a hint, so don't go running from the mountain until you give it a shot. Just be prepared for something a little different.

There are plenty of great gems here. Three of them are easily favorites, and they all have a little country tinge.
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