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See The Morning

4.7 out of 5 stars 115 customer reviews

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Arguably the most anticipated Christian release of the year, 'See You In The Morning' is poised to be bigger than it's predecessor 'Arriving', which was certified Gold 16 months from release.

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So how does Chris Tomlin follow up his 2006 Artist and Male Vocalist of the Year Dove Awards? Easy... he goes out and releases his best work to date with See the Morning, a superb collection of worship-flavored tracks that demonstrate Tomlin continues refining his art. As with the previous Arriving, producer Ed Cash is firmly at the helm and masterfully blending Tomlin's smooth vocals and his band's chiming guitars and rock-steady rhythm. The extensive road work that Tomlin and his band have done certainly shows in how tight See the Morning sounds. In fact, tracks like "Glorious" and "Awesome Is the Lord Most High" may even lose a little luster compared with how they sound live on Passion: Everything Glorious. No matter, as this release is much more about songwriting than it is about energy. For Tomlin, verse and chorus have never flowed smoother and sweeter than on "Glory in the Highest" and "How Can I Keep from Singing?" and first single "Made to Worship." Tomlin also offers a nice cover of Brenton Brown's "Everlasting God," slightly slower than Lincoln Brewster's fiery version on Let the Praises Ring but equally rewarding. Further highlights include the atmospheric "Uncreated One" and a new and pleasing twist on the classic "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)." Start to finish, See the Morning is Tomlin's most complete release and a strong argument for calling him one of this generation's finest songwriters in the modern church. --Michael Lyttle
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 26, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: sixstepsrecords
  • ASIN: B000HT36S2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,131 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I hate to admit it, but sometimes I pick up a new Contemporary Christian CD and I just enjoy it. Sure, it's probably a better choice than mainstream radio, but I find myself guilty of not always allowing the song to be used to praise God, sometimes I takw the music too lightly. However, that has been imposible to do with any of Chris Tomlin's albums. It would be easy too, Chris has one of the greatest voices in music today, but there's something that can't be heard with these songs, something I suspect has everything to do with the heart of the worship leader that brings the listener into a closer place with God. The morning i purchased this CD I had a bit of a drive ahead of me, I poped it in my car CD player, by the time I got to the fourth song (Glory In The Highest) I had to pull over and just enter prayer with God... Buy this album and let it lead you closer to God.

Regarding the songs, not much to say all excellent choices. Three tracks are already in the rotation with many worship bands, you may reconize: "Everlasting God" (awesome Brenton Brown song), the uptempo "Awesome Is The Load Most High", one of Chris's contributions to the lastest Passion Worship Band album and Glorious.

The only way to judge a worship album is how well it leads you in your private worship. Chris's music is a big part of my private and corporate worship, five stars just aren't enough.
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I am a worship arts pastor in Pennsylvania. Normally, on an album like this. I am able to find 3 or 4 songs that I really like or really think would work well in our worship services. On this album, for the first time, I am having a very hard time finding even one or two that WOULDN'T work well in our services.

Chris is a very gifted songwriter, the band it tight, the sound is great. Whether just listening, using for your own private worship, or using as a resource for a church... It's a SERIOUS winner!
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I got tired of waiting for my order to arrive from Amazon so I went out today to a Christian book store and bought this album. I didn't realize until I was checking out that I had picked up a special edition cd that I didn't see available at Amazon. It has four extra tracks - acoustic versions of Enough, Made to Worship and How Can I Keep From Singing, as well as an original demo called Over Me (a beautiful song!). These tracks were well worth the extra price. There's also a little video on the making of the album which I haven't seen yet.

Overall, the album is wonderful - his best yet. I visited Austin Stone in June and Chris and his band played Everlasting God. I had never heard it before, but it made such an impact on me that it's been stuck in my head ever since. It's by far the best song on the album, in my opinion.
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This album is more than an album. Here's why: It declares God's wonderful praises in the midst of suffering and hardship - which makes it more special and authentic. True worship comes out of hardship and suffering and changes not only the world, but several generations to come. The album is different from "Arriving" (the last album) and all his past work. The focus is on bringing glory to Christ, and there are'nt any distractions from this core message. The production is flawless, the strings, drums, etc. This album has several high points that will rock and more reflective tracks. I don't have any favorites because they are all that good, however "How Can I Keep from Singing", "Let God Arise", "Everlasting God" (this was just plain amazing!), "Glory in the Highest", "Rejoice" are tracks that will be sung long after we are gone. May the Lord give Chris and the band the endurance and the courage to keep the good work they are doing! My best album yet!
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By ajm1977 on September 26, 2006
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I have been listening to and worshipping with Chris Tomlin's music for years now and I have to say that this cd is his most amazing yet. It is so full of life and encouragement. The words to his songs will make you stop and take in just how awesome our God is, especially on songs like "Glory in the Highest", "Uncreated One", "How Can I Keep From Singing", and "Amazing Grace, My Chains are Gone". This cd is packed full of one incredible song after another. These are classics in the making. I highly, highly recommend this album.
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"See The Morning" is the first Chris Tomlin album that I've ever purchased. He gained my interest with the release of "Made To Worship" and "How Can I Keep From Singing." "How Can I Keep From Singing" opens this album with an almost doorbell-like chime, awakening the listener and drawing them into the rest of the album and preparing them for some wonderful worship tunes. "Made To Worship" will easily flow from your lips after just a couple of listenings. The next tune, "Let God Arise," is my personal favorite. It has a driving beat behind it that proclaims "our God reigns." The rest of the album is just as good, and I'd be fibbing if I told you that any one of the other songs doesn't deserve to be played on the radio. "Uncreated One," "Glorious" and "Let Your Mercy Rain" are just a few of the highlights from the rest of the album.

Tomlin and his band sound tight and blend together wonderfully. For those unfamiliar with his sound, I'd say that Tomlin is something of a cross between Steven Curtis Chapman's musical stylings and Wes King's softspoken vocals. If you enjoy either of these artists or light pop and rock in general, Tomlin should be right up your alley.

I highly recommend this album to anyone in need of a worship boost. This album will get you singing and praising in no time flat.
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