11 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following up the Dove Award–winning success of 2007’s Corazon a Corazon, Seth Condrey offers an English-language solo debut alive with vibrant pop-rock melodies and anchored in unshakable Christian faith. As a featured worship leader at suburban Atlanta’s North Point Community Church, Condrey has reached across cultural lines to inspire believers with his nuanced yet ever-passionate music. Keep on Changing shows his versatility as a singer/songwriter with soaring, Britpop-influenced tracks like “Speechless” and “God of the Impossible” and contemplative, quietly intense numbers like “Oh, Radiant!” and “You Love My Soul.” Driven by an acoustic guitar, the praise song “The Answer” is tailor-made for corporate worship, while “Help Me” has the propulsive beat and sing-along chorus of a natural radio hit. Tenth Avenue North’s Mike Donehey shares the vocal mic on “Love Like Fire,” a worship ballad with a grandly overarching melody. The closing track, “Your Kingdom,” builds on the Beatitudes to create a luminous expression of reverence. Producer Phillip LaRue frames Condrey with both intimate and widescreen arrangements.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following up the Dove Award–winning success of 2007’s Corazon a Corazon, Seth Condrey offers an English-language solo debut alive with vibrant pop-rock melodies and anchored in unshakable Christian faith. As a featured worship leader at suburban Atlanta’s North Point Community Church, Condrey has reached across cultural lines to inspire believers with his nuanced yet ever-passionate music. Keep on Changing shows his versatility as a singer/songwriter with soaring, Britpop-influenced tracks like “Speechless” and “God of the Impossible” and contemplative, quietly intense numbers like “Oh, Radiant!” and “You Love My Soul.” Driven by an acoustic guitar, the praise song “The Answer” is tailor-made for corporate worship, while “Help Me” has the propulsive beat and sing-along chorus of a natural radio hit. Tenth Avenue North’s Mike Donehey shares the vocal mic on “Love Like Fire,” a worship ballad with a grandly overarching melody. The closing track, “Your Kingdom,” builds on the Beatitudes to create a luminous expression of reverence. Producer Phillip LaRue frames Condrey with both intimate and widescreen arrangements.

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