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Album Review

Solid ninth album from alternative CCM group. Nice mix of musical styles, all with thought-provoking lyrics worthy of Christian listening. "Masquerade" is a standout, a nice feat for the quiet ballad featuring Danielle Young in the lead. Young's voice comes through clear and resonant and the mood is enhanced by the quiet performances of the band members on their respective instruments. The final track, "Ballad of San Francisco," was recorded on the front porch of the Bennett House, a recording studio based in a historical landmark in Franklin, TN. Sound musicianship, lyrics, and production make this an excellent listen all around. ~ Dacia A. Blodgett-Williams, Rovi

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sort of melancholy, fun, artistic and soul stirring

This is an alright, if not exactly peppy, album. When I was growing up I got caught up in the Christian punk/ska scene. Much of what I listened to was fast, loud and emotionally limited. This is an album that felt like a breath of fresh air as I started to get tired of that stuff. It's kinda fun, kinda melancholy, kinda artistic, and kinda soul stirring. The Only One is a pleasant mid-tempo song with some nice horns in the verses. The horns really make the song. Love is Different is an pretty good love song with a mandolin. Prove me Wrong is about doubt and resonates if you are doubtful. Mistake of my Life has a catchy electric guitar and a clever lyric in the second verse about mowing lawns for love advice. Masquerade is a slow, jazzy sounding song with female vocals (Danielle Young). She also sings Piece of Glass. She has a nice voice and these songs are well played and sung, but they're also sad. What You Want is another rocking, angsty, relationship song. It's more earnest than Mistake of my Life. Can't Lose You. I liked this song. It's a lonely song that finds comfort in God. Ballad of San Francisco is fun. It's upbeat, optimistic, and has whistling! I usually skipped the other songs. "Dance" is unusual. Imagine a guy singing in first person as an older woman telling us about herself. This old woman sounds like a great person but I can't get past that it's a guy singing the song. The Ballard of San Fran is fun though and a nice end to the album.

One of my All-Time Fav's

This album is one of my favorites of all time! I've been listening to Long Line of Leavers for ten years now-- no matter where I am in the world or what's going on in my life, this album speaks to me. The lyrics are poignant and honest, the music is refreshing and unexpected. I love this album and am certain I'll still be listening to it in another ten years.


Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

CCM band Caedmon's Call fuse folk-rock with adult alternative rock influences. Cliff Young (vocals, rhythm guitar), Derek Webb (lead guitar, vocals), Danielle Glenn (vocals), Aric Nitzberg (bass), Todd Bragg (drums), Randy Holsapple (organ), and Garett Buell (percussion) formed the Houston, Texas-based band at Texas Christian University in the summer of 1992. The group originally included Aaron Tate, who left the band shortly after its formation, but he continued to write songs with Young. After...
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