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Editors’ Notes

One of the nicest surprises of the late ‘90s was Sixpence None The Richer’s breakthrough on the airwaves. After years of struggle in the Christian music world, the group connected with a wide audience thanks to its international hit “Kiss Me.” But this lilting slice of folk-rock is only one of the highlights on Sixpence’s self-titled 1998 album. There’s a pervasive ‘60s British pop influence in tracks like “I Can’t Catch You” and “Anything” — the guitars jangle and the melodies meander, with a hint of jazz undercurrents in the rhythms. If the music is wistful, the lyric often have a darker cast. “The Waiting Room,” for instance, ponders the seemingly unbridgeable distance between man and God. And for pure pop pleasure, the band added a gorgeous cover of “There She Goes” to a later version of the album. Sixpence None The Richer demonstrated that Christian convictions and secular success can go hand-in-hand. Just as importantly, the album is a consistent delight, charming on its surface with deeper subtleties down in its grooves.

Customer Reviews

Minor Masterpiece

Leigh Nash's voice is frail, but crisp and moving in the extreme. Just as the album is a minor masterpiece, she is a minor miracle as a vocalist. You can't get the impact of either the album or her vocal abilities through these clips. Hints are all you get. But there is a suite of songs here from cuts 8 through 11 that will bring you to tears by the middle of "Love" if you follow the dramatics of her vocals as they weave in and out of the very fine musical arrangements. There are only a couple of songs here that don't quite live up to the rest. Their next CD, Divine Discontent, is almost as rich and beautiful as this one, but mainly because each individual song is carefully produced for the kind of punch that this overall CD delivered. So if you like the power of individual songs and only want one album by this group, get Divine Discontent. But if you like albums that are fairly cohesive, this is the one. I've been listening to this CD since Kiss Me brought it to my attention, and it holds up. If you like Nash's voice at all, this CD is for you. You'll come back to it time and again. I generally like harder music, but Nash's abilities and the unabashed vulnerability in her sweet voice destroy my resistance. Surrender is the key to this band. The songs thematically probe this sacred ground, and Leigh Nash's voice lives there. If you're up for religious symbolism, then the songs are all the richer, but there's no preaching. There is divinity here, but it's coming out of the singer and the musicians. If you're a good listener, you get to share in it.

I Love This!!!

I absolutley fell in TOTAL LOVE with the song Kiss Me! I sing it in my head over and over...I love it! It makes me feel happy and any song that can pull you right out of the dumps and make you feel like everything is good is just unbelievable...Lets just say I love the

Kiss me

This is a really great song! Definetly should buy.


Formed: 1993 in Austin, TX

Genre: Christian & Gospel

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

Named in honor of a passage from C.S. Lewis' Mere Christianity, the Texas-based CCM band Sixpence None the Richer began taking shape in the early '90s, when guitarist Matt Slocum first met vocalist Leigh Nash (formerly Lee Bingham) at a church retreat. Initially a trio rounded out by bassist T.J. Behling, the group recorded a demo before signing with R.E.X. Records, a label that previously specialized in Christian metal. Their debut LP, The Fatherless & the Widow, appeared in 1993. With the addition...
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