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Nightlights

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Fans of soulful, pop melodies will love the sound of Nightlights from Jimmy Needham. His signature eclectic sound, mixing pop, rock and blues shines bright in each track on this, his third studio release through Inpop Records. Standing among only a handful of Christian artists to see increased sales from album one to album two, Jimmy's recognition among consumers is stronger than ever. Coming off his Top 10 AC single "Forgiven and Loved," Needham releases this record behind the lead single "Yours to Take." This powerful radio-ready hit will remind listeners of the freedom that God's grace provides.

1. Moving To Zion 5:05
2. Being Small 3:55
3. Yours To Take 3:29
4. The Reason I Sing 4:07
5. Right Where You Are 4:09
6. Steal Away 4:13
7. Part The Clouds 3:48
8. Grace Amazing 4:13
9. How Sweet It Is 3:41
10. Miss A Thing 3:12
11. Just A Heartbeat 3:05
12. Light Of Day 4:23
13. Nightlights 1:48

Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 18, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Inpop
  • ASIN: B003DNJ92Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #149,208 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Davis TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 18, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Nightlights is the highly anticipated third project from singer/songwriter Jimmy Needham, released May 18, 2010. The lead single from the album is an upbeat pop song, "Yours To Take," with the lyrics written by Needham and music by Needham and Tim Dillon. Nightlights features twelve new songs written or co-written by Needham and showcases his continued growth as a singer/songwriter and performer. The album kicks off with a funky gospel tune, "Moving To Zion," recounting Jimmy's journey away from the pressures of the Law toward the grace that is in Christ Jesus. The song sets the tone for this very solid album as Jimmy Needham blends his signature sound that to me blends mainstream artist Jason Mraz with recent American Idol winner Kris Allen. Jimmy's soulful voice and personal lyrics are very engaging and every song puts me right there with him.

"Being Small" is a great song based on John the Baptist's statement "He must increase, I must decrease," which is the theme of the album. The semi-autobiographical song, "The Reason I Sing," says the Lord is the basis for Needham's music ministry and not the accolades that comes with a music career. "Right Where You Are" is based on A.W. Tozer's book "The Pursuit of God." Knowing facts about God is not a "relationship." Jimmy really grabbed me with his song "Grace Amazing," which tells how Christ brings life to the believer in a strong R&B approach, which reminds me of Maroon 5. I can't get enough of the vocals and rhythm of the song, my favorite song on the album. The message of this song is so personal and biblical as it is directed to both believers and non-believers to know that there is no condemnation for our sins when we accept Jesus as our substitute and Savior.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Lopez on May 18, 2010
Format: MP3 Music
This album is one of the best ever! Jimmy Needham has such amazing talent! His lyrics speak the truth of God's word and express the redeeming power of the cross! Great melodic licks and amazing use of creative musical expression! This guy knows how to put it all together in a "every-song-is-unique-and-colorful-way"! Check out this album...you'll listen to it over and over! :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Dalton VINE VOICE on July 20, 2010
Format: Audio CD
On Jimmy Needham's Nightlights, soul reigns.

A funky bass line finds its groove on the gospel-flavored "Moving to Zion." What makes this a delight is Needham's use of allegory. It's a tale of two mountains: Sinai (representing law) and Zion (representing grace). The former is no longer his home. It's a strong opening.

On the lyrical side, Needham's humility and self-deprecation is endearing. He takes his cue from John the Baptist, who said of Jesus, "He must increase, but I must decrease" (John 3:30 ESV). This priority comes through on songs like "The Reason I Sing": "Make me a singer who is unsung / `Cause You won't share Your fame // `Cause even accolades someday will fade away / Just like me."

Needham closes with spoken word on the title track, which summarizes the theme: "Be Thou exalted over my reputation/ `Cause applause is a poor form of soul medication." It becomes a stinging indictment of self, which in "advancing His (God's) kingdom" may "snag some acclaim." "Do we not know it's evil to love ourselves more than both God and His people?" he asks.

Needham admits that reading A. W. Tozer had a big impact. This is the verbatim source for that opening line from "Nightlights." The rest of the quote reads, "Make my ambition to please Thee even if as a result I must fall into obscurity and my name be forgotten as a dream." Sentiments like this are woven into different songs giving the recording a special beauty. This alone makes the CD worthwhile, but there are other fine moments.

One of the most striking tracks is "Grace Amazing," which combines an aggressive rock riff with the work of hip-hop artist (Trip Lee). It strikes like a bolt of lightning as Needham sings of God's resurrecting life. This is music to the wake dead.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By honey and the moon on June 14, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
The songs didn't grab me like those from his previous albums had. The lyrics didn't jump out at me as I was working about my apartment cleaning and trying to pack for an upcoming plane trip. A week or so later, I returned to the album and began to listen again, this time reflecting on the words and lyrics and I realized how perfect each song was. It became this that this album was not meant to be the background music to my other thoughts or my busy schedule. This is the type of album in which you have to spend time with the music. "Nightlights" is a little different from "Not Without Love." I don't know if the songs on "Not Withouth Love" are mostly in the same beat or something, but the songs on "Nightlight" blend together less as a and are on an individual level, creative works-of-art. Jimmy Needham is great. He really is. Clearly, this man has a gift and is using it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Long on June 25, 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Wow! Grace Amazin! As Jimmy's songs so humbly acknowedge, "It's all for Jesus!". Up beat, strong, lyrical, humble, convicting, forgiving and loving. This is a CD that you can give to non-christian friends who will love it. A CD that's current for today. At this price, it's a win win to purchase several and give them away to family and friends.

Jimmy you make your Daddy proud. All Glory belongs to Him and He will be praised in ALL the earth. May our Father in heaven continue to Bless you as His Spirit dwells in each song!
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