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For a decade, singer/songwriter Derek Webb has released provocative song collections that have challenged the assumptions of his fellow believers. I Was Wrong, I’m Sorry & I Love You takes a different tack, emphasizing unity within the Christian community. Webb revisits the themes of his 2003 solo debut, She Must and Shall Go Free, from a more mature perspective as he probes his own failings with humility and wry humor. Musically, I Was Wrong… moves away from the electronica sounds of his recent work toward the sparkling folk-rock of his days with Caedmon’s Call. There’s a spiritual fearlessness to songs like “Eye of the Hurricane,” “Everything Will Change," and the title track that invites comparisons with the work of Christian pop/rock greats like Mark Heard and Terry Taylor. Whether he’s lost in dreamy reverence (“I Measure the Days," “Your Heart Breaks in All the Right Places”), celebrating the scope of God’s majesty (“Heavy”), or rocking out while pledging his faith (“The Vow”), Webb makes I Was Wrong… an uncommonly rich and meaningful listening experience.

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A Musical Journey of the Soul

In his newest release, I Was Wrong, I'm Sorry & I Love You, Derek Webb takes us on a journey of the soul. Throughout the album, Derek explores the themes of confession, forgiveness, reconciliation, and sanctification, all with a very vulnerable and, at times, painfully honest look at himself. I think in doing so, he really also holds a mirror up to each of us. At least that's the way it felt for me. Musically, he's right on track. He's quite and hushed when he needs to be, vocally, and let's his voice soar, just at the right time, and the music he creates serves as frames or backdrops to help communicate the theme in each song. He proves, after all these years, he still has "it" as an artist - not just as someone who writes a pretty song, or performs, but in the sense of a craftsman who takes you somewhere with the art. And, as it should, the songs all come back to a central truth…when you strip it all away, all our pride, our labels, our defenses, our excuses, our pretense, our utter inability to bring anything of any real value to the table, we are left with a God who loves us, gave Himself for us, and faithful pursues us with a love that surpasses even the most ardent and devoted of earthly lovers. As the finishing touch, Derek offers the final thought on the album which is, fittingly, "Thy Will be Done."

The best Derek Webb album so far.

Derek has come full circle: He's brought all the colors he's painted with before, lyrically, musically, and thematically, and is still saying new things. By doing so, I can say that this is the best album Derek has put out to date.

Old things made new

If you were a fan of Caedmon's Call, or Derek Webb's solo albums at any time, I strongly suggest you give this album a listen. No, it is not a direct throwback to anything, but this album includes songs and ideas that will take you back if you have lost touch with Derek Webb's music for whatever reason.
If you have every album or have never heard of Derek Webb, if you want a great album, this is it. he music is diverse, but accessable. The lyrics give you things for sure to ponder over, but are also often simple and straight forward.
If you want a actual album full of great songs that will evoke some real emotions instead of everything else you most likely hear that all sounds the same-this is the album for you.

Biography

Born: May 27, 1974 in Memphis, TN

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s

Although he works out of the thematically conservative contemporary Christian pop genre, singer/songwriter and guitarist Derek Webb has an agitator's soul and a flair for the controversial, approaches he uses in his music to force careful thought on vitally important issues. Born on May 27, 1974, in Memphis, TN, Webb attended high school in Texas, and was one of the founding members of the Houston-based Christian pop group Caedmon's Call when they formed in 1993, and he remained with the group through...
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