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Phil Wickham

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  • Audio CD (April 25, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000EU1PNM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #353,154 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Phil Wickham first became known to me for being the "free song of the week" download on iTunes with his song "Grace". Now hearing the rest of the album I can truly say that Phil Wickham is here to stay! This is a very good album!

Phil's sound is a mixture of Coldplay, a tiny bit of folk, acoustic rock, and some Jason Morant. His voice to me actually sounds very similar to Jason Morant as well as alot of the stylings and lyrics of his worship songs. Phil does add enough of his own sound to make him stand out and should make him many fans.

All in all Phil Wickham puts together a solid release of worship songs without sounding like every other worship album. If you are looking for something truly unique with a great acoustic rock sound then check out Phil Wickham and enjoy the musical journey he takes you on.
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Ironically, I had never heard anything by Phil Wickham when I purchased this CD (and I normally don't buy anything I haven't listened to). However, I read an article about Phil and discovered that his father was John Wickham, a member of one of my favorite "Jesus Music" groups in the early '70s. Overcome with nostalgia, I bought Phil's CD!!

I have to tell you, though, I love this CD. It probably goes without saying that it's NOTHING like his father's music. It's also nothing like most of the other music on the Christian market today, which is a GOOD thing. Some reviewers compare his voice and music style to Jason Morant, but I think his sound is much better than Morant's. The comparison to Coldplay is probably better. My 16 year old daughter, who happens to like Keane, sees some similarities between their music and Phil's.

All comparisons aside, I think Phil's voice and music are both somewhat unique. I'll close with an observation about the last cut on this release. Musically, "Holy, Holy, Holy" may be one of the simplest songs on the CD. However, it is hauntingly beautiful, and the lyrics provide a profound glimpse of the glory and majesty of God. What more could you ask for from a mere song?
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Ironically, I had never heard anything by Phil Wickham when I purchased this CD (and I normally don't buy anything I haven't listened to). However, I read an article about Phil and discovered that his father was John Wickham, a member of one of my favorite "Jesus Music" groups in the early '70s. Overcome with nostalgia, I bought Phil's CD!!

I have to tell you, though, I love this CD. It probably goes without saying that it's NOTHING like his father's music. It's also nothing like most of the other music on the Christian market today, which is a GOOD thing. Some reviewers compare his voice and music style to Jason Morant, but I think his sound is much better than Morant's. The comparison to Coldplay is probably better. My 16 year old daughter, who happens to like Keane, sees some similarities between their music and Phil's.

All comparisons aside, I think Phil's voice and music are both somewhat unique. I'll close with an observation about the last cut on this release. Musically, "Holy, Holy, Holy" may be one of the simplest songs on the CD. However, it is hauntingly beautiful, and the lyrics provide a profound glimpse of the glory and majesty of God. What more could you ask for from a mere song?
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Phil Wickham is probably my favorite Christian/worship artist because his music is great and it seems he has an honest, genuine love for the Lord! This is his first album, and it is very unique, it uses different types of sounds. "Grace" starts off the album with a driving acoustic guitar section leading into a prayerful chorus crying out for grace. This leads into the quieter "Messiah" in which he is singing about how much we need Him to save us. Then comes "Mystery", one of my favorites on the album, contemplating the mysterious and marvelous nature of God. "Divine Romance" is a simple kind of a love song, a praise song with an easy going tempo and folk-type beat. Then another favorite of mine: "Yours Alone". The awesome beat at the beginning grabbed my attention right off and made me listen. The verses are essentially about how God is everything in our lives, bursting into the chorus: "So I put my life in Your hands, I'm Yours alone, I'm Yours alone! Surrender, God, I raise my hand to You alone, to You alone." Then comes a quiet, all acoustic guitar song "I Will Wait For You There", another prayerful song about waiting on the Lord. (Kind of a foreshadowing of the first song on his next album "Must I Wait"!) After that, we head into the upbeat "I Adore You", which is pretty self explanatory as to the theme. This is followed up by another favorite (I have a lot of those), "Always Forever", a dedication of living a life worthy of our calling, and a praise-themed song once more. "Crumble to Pieces" is another favorite for me, mostly because of the awesome chord progression in this song, he uses chords together you didn't really think would fit together! But of course, he does, and it sounds amazing.Read more ›
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This is one of my favorite albums, at least when it comes to contemporary Christian music. Phil wickham's voice is unlike most. The songs are not scripturally rich, but definitely give you that smooth, contemporary rock feel mixed with worshipful phrases. Jesus is also emphasized. I'm thankful it's not as me-centered as some of the Christian music is. I love his voice.
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