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Editors’ Notes

Is “tasty” a proper description for an album of sacred music? The answer is a resounding “yes” for Bart Millard’s Hymned Again. This second solo outing by MercyMe’s front man is a welcome follow-up to 2005’s Hymned No. 1. Here Millard revisits the inspirational standards of his youth, with a few obscurities and a self-composed tune (“Jesus Cares for Me”) thrown in. The music is undeniably reverent — but also lighthearted, frisky and even a bit sly. Millard’s vocals have never sounded more natural, taking on a Lyle Lovett-like drawl for the Dixieland-styled “Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus” and easing into Al Green-tinged soulfulness for the funky “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms.” Brown Bannister’s production yields some fine touches, such as the moody orchestration on “Grace that is Greater.” If smart arrangements enhance the album aesthetically, a sanctified message remains at the center of each song. This is especially true of uncluttered tracks like “Jesus Cares for Me” (a quiet expression of faith featuring Vince Gill) and “I Stand Amazed” (a folk-rock number enhanced by Christy Nockles’ second vocal). Hymned Again enlivens that old time religion with a winning sense of style.

Customer Reviews

come on iTunes

If he is in love with his own voice then he joins thousands of others who are also in love with his incredible voice. He can change his voice for any given song he writes and or sings. Come on iTunes?? Whats up with that or better yet what is wrong with that?? I for one think its awesome and I am second guessing any reviews you write in the future because anyone who does not purchase because of your review it really missing something great!

Try, try, try--again. Then get it right iTunes !!!

Try to get the right review for THIS cd. This is wonderful !! Try to listen to it and then write a review. The review up there now is for another cd. I love this cd. Out of 11 songs there are only 2 I'm not fond of, but I don't care for those 2 in church either. It has nothing to do with Bart Millard or the way he sang them. I like the different sounds he has on this cd.

Vince Gill is on this album

dang, there is a duet with vince gill on "jesus cares for me" - it's not an old hymn, but it has the soul of one. classic.


Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Born and raised in Greenville, TX, Bart Millard discovered music after a high school football injury landed him in the school choir. Just a semester into college his father passed away, and Millard, feeling a change was needed, followed his youth pastor's praise band to Lakeland, FL. It was during this time that he formed the ultra-successful Christian rock group MercyMe and relocated to Oklahoma. His first solo album, Hymned No....
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