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Album Review

This dynamic album comes marks the beginning of Mullins' collaboration with the one-named Beaker. For the most part, this is a great album with wonderful hammered dulcimer passages ("Calling Your Name") and brilliant songwriting ("Jacob and 2 Women"). But clocking in at just over 36 minutes with one song that is practically on there twice leaves the listener wanting a little more — particularly when there is obviously a Vol. 2 somewhere else. Also, the string arrangements here are unusually sappy ("The River"). Still, the great moments far outweigh the weak ones, so the overall feel of this album is positive. "Jacob and 2 Women" is rich with great wordplay and a passion for human emotions — easily the strongest moment here. It probably would have been best to trim the fat from Vols. 1 and 2 and issue one big, strong album. ~ Mark W.B. Allender, Rovi

Biography

Born: 21 October 1955 in Richmond, IN

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Rich Mullins was many things to the CCM community: a beloved performer nominated for 12 Dove Awards, an expert on several instruments (including hammered dulcimer, piano, and guitar), and a very successful songwriter, responsible for one of the most popular contemporary praise songs in existence, "Awesome God." Born in 1955 in Richmond, IN, he began playing piano at the age of four, and gradually became proficient on guitar and dulcimer as well. In 1974, he began studying at Cincinnati Bible College,...
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