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He chose to either write all of the songs himself or collaborate only with a few very close and trusted friends (Darrell Brown and Jay Clementi) due to the personal nature of the songs. This is one of the most spiritual and satisfying records I've heard this year.
Like in cooking, for the food to taste exceptionally good, love must be one of the main, if not the main ingredient. That is the case here. Love is the main ingredient in the songwriting and it's the main ingredient in the performances. The artist was able to transfer his love and personal bond for each song to the artists performing them.
Mr. Foster included his long-time road band on this record and appropriately enough, dubbed them The Confessions. You can tell by listening, they love the music as much as the creators of the music.
The album opens with the title cut, A Little Revival, released for Texas radio on June 29th. The song is a rocking, guitar driven tune about a very confusing world where bad things can happen but something good can come from them; "If it's Jerusalem or Tiananmen Square/Didn't it all get started `Cause someone stood up somewhere". Very thought provocative lyrics indeed, which end with - "Between the dawn and the darkness/The ashes and the spark/My miracle moment was giving you my heart".Read more ›
This' by far his best cd ever..lining side by side with "See What You Want to See".... very very good music, lyrics and vocals... Don't be fooled by the title... this isn't your average gospel CD... as for my personal opinion...there isn't a single touch of gospel on it..
you won't be disappointed to add this one to your collection and for sure to a list of Favorites.
For me, this' indeed the BEST RECORD OF 2009! There's not a track that you would want to skip....each one is a winner! with special attention to "Second Chances", "I Know You Can Hear Me" and "Angel Flight".
Buy it and hear how great Texas Music can be!
Rumbles down in your heart/When you've got something to say/Hey that kid with a guitar in the subway/He might change to world someday/If it's in Jerusalem/Or in in Tinnamen Square/Didn't it all get started/'Cause someone stood up somewhere.
I can't listen to "I Know You Can Hear Me" without tearing up. Heck, for that matter, I can't even read the lyrics without tearing up. Radney wrote this song after losing his own dad; the power and emotion in the lyrics is palpable - it's one of the things that makes the songs Radney writes and performs so powerful and moving...but on this song, he out-does himself. So thankful that he was willing to share such an emotionally raw song with us:
I left home to whip the world/got knocked down plenty of times/day or night, wrong or right/Dad's words would ease my mind/Even at the very end he was still giving/Lying there fighting to live/I couldn't find the words so I used his
This is the kind of album that makes me want to sit everyone down I see and make them listen. There's not a fast-forward song on the whole album. I promise you will not be disappointed. Buy it now!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this CD, my Wife wore out the first one. For real. On our 2nd.Published 11 months ago by no1amigo
There was only one song on the album that I liked but it is only because of my son being in the military. He is a fantastic song writer.Published 17 months ago by Jenny MacKinnon
Been looking for this album for a long time-it is wonderful, thanks.Published 20 months ago by Geraldine Kinser