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Raw but refined, Emotional but thoughtful

Tim Coons' voice--physically and as an artist--is amazing. He manages to balance great technical skill with a unique character and sound. The album moves beautifully, oscillating between guitar and piano, all tied together by solid song writing and sublime performance.

Jaw is probably my favorite track on the album so far, because of its incredible sense of urgency and honesty, but the whole record is wonderful.

It's a great album, not just a great "Christian" album. Buy it. Listen to it. Love it.

a hum dinger .

Hey if these guys put out an album , and it was like a bunch of people making music with thier arm pits and the palms of thier hands it would sound .... well groovy ! though this is not the best yet , I like it !

Genius

There's no one in the world of worship music who is writing with as much skill and insight as Tim Coons.

The literal genius of some of his lyrics are consistently paired with fresh compositions that do not slide into easy, over-used chord structures. This is an album filled with movement and well composed dynamics. In songs like the opening track "Jaw", Coons engages the Psalms bringing out the texture and wealth of the Hebrew poets. In "Everything New" Coons does what few have been able to do recently, taking the language of restoration and (through a worship song) tying those ideas firmly to the cross. "Not Scared Here" is nothing less than a powerful achievement, and "Morning" - again engaging the hope for restoration - showcases Coons at his best both in terms of lyric writing and in musical originality.

Coons writes with an intentionality and theological insight that is simply unmatched, and yet his arrangements are likewise well ahead of the curve. When he is this good alone, you wonder what the man could do with a band.

Chair and Microphone, Vol. 4, Enter the Worship Circle
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