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Album Review

Singer/songwriter Shaun Groves' 2001 debut project, Invitation to Eavesdrop, brought the Texas native six Dove Award nominations in 2002. In August 2003, Rocketown Records released his sophomore album, Twilight. The ten-track project offers listeners a combination of pop and rock. In an interview with his label, Groves described the album as "free of vocal tuning, it's free of computers. There are no drum loops or anything synthetic. It's me at an upright piano or on an acoustic guitar with other guys in a circle in one big room with the tape rolling making music. This is what I sound like with a band." Lyrically, the album's theme is that of being torn — torn between what Groves told his label is "God's way and my way." He elaborated, "I am between midnight and dawn of my soul. I'm in twilight. The darkness is not completely covering my heart, but the sun hasn't come up yet. Hope comes from knowing that the God who began this good work is going to complete it. Over time the sun is coming up." Songs include "Blank Page," which speaks of allowing God to establish His will, and "Without You," a track dealing with missing his wife while on the road. The album does bear resemblance to past releases. For instance, the song "Jesus" sounds strangely familiar to Keith Green's "If You Love the Lord," while "God of Us" is reminiscent of Chris Rice's "Welcome to Our World." Overall, Twilight bears the mark of a Rocketown Records release. It is poetically thoughtful and a bit artistic; both qualities that seem to be required elements of an artist on the label. While it is not necessarily an album that will remain a favorite over the years, it does fill its niche in contemporary Christian music.

Customer Reviews

Beautifully Exceptional!!!

Wow! I was stunned by this guys music. It is so thoughtful that it feels like you could just relate to him no matter what he is singing about. I love the song Twilight. It makes you feel like being fantastic. It all is very very extrordinary music, and I recomend it to anybody who has taste.

I will give you dollar to buy the song twilight

After watching Shaun Groves proform live at Calvary Church in Souderton PA, listening to the song twilight was like nothing that I had ever heard before. If you know who I am, come to me and I will give you the dollar to get this song. That is just how much I like it. The review by itunes gives it no justice.

Song "Jesus" is beautiful

I'm not familiar with this entire album yet, but I bought the song "Jesus" off his album, and it is just so beautiful, as Shaun sings in a kind of a quiet and lowly fashion about our Holy Savior. The title "Jesus" is beautiful, the lyrics are beautiful, and the piano chords are beautiful. The Lord's love is so real, so constant, for His children.


Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s

Tyler, TX, native Shaun Groves began his relationship with God during the sixth grade. His newfound faith led Groves to pursue music with passion and excellency. The drive and intensity he devoted reaped immediate results, with saxophone-playing Groves moving from the last chair to the first chair in the school band in merely a few months time. When college rolled around, Groves attended Baylor University on a full private music scholarship. It was during college that Groves met his wife, whom he...
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