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Album Review

Loving Kind is a concept album that Cindy Morgan wrote (in collaboration with Brent Bourgeois, Michael W. Smith and Wes King) after she traveled to the holy land with her husband, Christian author Sigmund Brouwer. All of the songs on the album are based on the late eight days of Christ's life, relating the story of the Last Supper, the crucifixion and the resurrection. Although the telling of the tale is a little simplistic, the music is pleasant and the production is attractive. Musically, it doesn't quite convey the power of Christ's last three days — it's essentially polished CCM, after all — but the effort is admirable, and there are several fine songs on the album.


Born: Tennessee

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Cindy Morgan, born and raised in rural East Tennessee, has blended pop/R&B with gospel over the course of three albums and two CHR number one singles, "Let It Be Love" and "It's Gonna Be Heaven." Her debut full-length, Real Life, earned her six Dove award nominations in 1993, including New Artist of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year, Contemporary Album of the Year, Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year, and Recorded Music Packaging of the Year; she won in the New Artist category. Released...
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