I love this album.
"HCQ1" is the song currently sticking in my head. I can't believe they made such a good song out of the first question/answer of the Heidelberg Catechism! I'm not a Reformed Christian by any stretch, but I love this song.
The title track is especially well done. It's haunting and beautiful.
I also like "St. Tom's Lullaby", I hear a lot of the themes from Sufjan's "Vito's Ordination Song" in those words.
This is Christian music, which is clearly staked out on the first track. But there is so much here to appreciate as pure art, too. It's a wonderful album. Thanks to the Aiutos for making another great one!
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This husband and wife duo bring a refreshing sound to modern contemporary liturgical music, with songs that speak heart and truth.
- Language: : English
- Product Dimensions : 4.99 x 5.58 x 0.29 inches; 2.08 Ounces
- Manufacturer : TOOTH & NAIL
- Original Release Date : 2017
- Run time : 36 minutes
- Date First Available : August 15, 2017
- Label : TOOTH & NAIL
- ASIN : B074QVZJBH
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #249,816 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
- Customer Reviews:
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Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2017
I love this album. I didn't really know what to expect, but it's wonderful. Reminds me sort of like Sufjan Stevens. Really worth checking out if you like Christian music that doesn't suck. :)
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Reviewed in the United States on November 7, 2017
This music is earth shattering. Hyperbole aside, this is what good church music sounds like. The Welcome Wagon brings the Gospel and there's no mistaking it. The poetry from Sufjan Stevens is pretty awesome too.
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