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It Is Well: A Worship Album

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It Is Well" the follow-up album to the gold-selling Kutless worship release "Strong Tower" is a perfect blend of well-known worship songs mixed in with new originals. The album features the radio singles "What Faith Can Do" (Produced by Grammy-Award winner Brown Bannister), "Everything I Need," and "Amazed."
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 20, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bec Recordings
  • ASIN: B002NULL26
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,286 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I became a fan of Kutless back when Sea of Faces came out back in 2004. Their rock sound was a welcomed find for me as I discovered the world of Christian rock. In 2005, they released Strong Tower, a worship album that combined a did a great job combining a rock sound with some familiar and new worship tunes. To this day, the song "Strong Tower" remains one of my favorite worship songs.

After a couple less-than-overwhelming rock releases the past few years, the guys have once again returned to the worship genre with the release of It Is Well: A Worship Album. While the album doesn't always hit on all cylinders, the band's take on some traditional and well-known songs, as well as a few of their originals, combine to make this a very solid addition to the worship genre. I really think these guys do worship better than straight-up rock, actually.

The album opens with the title track, using a recording of a person walking into a church where the choir is singing the song to transition from the traditional to the modern. It works well, and when Jon Micah Sumrall launches into the chorus (with the melody changed ever so slightly), it sounds amazing. Other familiar songs that work well here include "Hungry," "Remember Me," "God of Wonders," "Give Us Clean Hands," and "Redeemer," which uses part of the hymn "There Is A Redeemer" extremely well (although I wish it was much longer and repeated the verse structure more than once).

I know what you're thinking: Do we really need another version of "God of Wonders?" That was my first thought, but the band is really able to make it their own for the most part. Instead of reminding me of earlier versions, it just reminded me why I enjoyed the song so much in the first place.
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These guys continue to push themselves to create different layers of their amazing sound. They've done it again with 'It Is Well'. I was expecting the cd to sound very similar to 'Strong Tower', which isn't a bad thing since that cd was incredible.

While this is still in worship mode, the sound is very different and the band pulls it off extremely well. The best thing I can say about the cd is that it will definitely draw you nearer to God and will pull you into a worship frame of mind while still having a rock flavor to the music.

My personal favorites are the title track (what an original way to record this classic hymn), Amazed, What Faith Can Do, Everything I Need, and Give Us Clean Hands.

As always, the original lyrics are very personal and genuine as these rockers continue to humble themselves in praise for our Almighty God. Kutless fans will drink this in and new listeners will be back for more. Excellent cd.
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WOW!!! I was blown away by how powerful this album is. From the intro on the first, and title track to the end of the last track, it is filled with emotion. I think this was far better than their first worship album, Strong Tower, which in my opinion was pretty good itself. This album has so much more emotion though and to me is so much more powerful too. I also like that they actually have some of their own songs on this album. It is hard to pick a favorite because they are all so good. There wasn't one song that i wanted to skip. I thoroughly enjoyed every one of them. The only disappointing part was when the last song ended. I didn't want the album to end. Oh well, I guess all good things must come to an end. Anyway, Kutless fans, or Christian rock fans in general, pick this album up. You will not be disappointed.
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I listened with eager anticipation when a friend lent me this CD - could it possibly be the holy grail: true hard rock, true hymns? Alas, the disappointment set in from the first track. It's not that it sounds bad, or that Kutless didn't do a good job. It's simply that the album was not nearly so unique as the liner notes suggested.

Probably the best covers on the album are "Hungry" and "Give us clean hands" - these songs can get a bit tedious when sung in corporate worship if they are not led by skilled musicians and worship leaders, and Kutless succeed in making them very singable whilst keeping the tempo up. The originals on the album are solid tracks. However, the more familiar tracks (especially "It is well with my soul" and "God of wonders") have some rather perplexing chord progressions that remove colour from the accompaniment, and make it much harder to sing along.

Overall, i found "It is well" listenable but not remarkable, solid but not brilliant, fresh but not unique. If you want singable alternative rock/pop versions of classic hymns, try Hymns Ancient and Modern instead.
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The fall of 2009 has been an exciting time for Christian music fans. Tons of new cd's from popular artsits have flooded the shelves and while some are good most seem to be trading away their Christian themes for more mainstream friendly love/emotion songs. Not so with Kutless. The rockers from Portland OR have crafted yet another great CD and have added a fine addition to their worship repitoire. This CD is just as good as Strong Tower if not better and the mix of hymns, worship choruses, and Kutless original songs are very well produced and recorded. I was blown away by the title track! It almost seemed to have a David Crowderish electric thing to it but the soaring rock chorus is definitely Kutless. This CD is worth every penney.
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