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All That Matters by Jonathan Veira

Cross Rhythms Rating: 8/10
CD: Album
Tags: MOR / Soft Pop, CD, Pop, Album, Recommended, Top Rated
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More music for the soul from the operatic-voiced singer.

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  1. 1. Show A Little Mercy
  2. 2. Blessed Be Your Name
  3. 3. All That Matters
  4. 4. In The Calm
  5. 5. Love Song
  6. 6. Only A Dream
  7. 7. Still You Speak
  8. 8. I'd Rather Have Jesus
  9. 9. You Are The Lord
  10. 10. Take My Life And Let It Be
  11. 11. Love Song
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8/10

Reviewed by Liz Knowles

I was thrilled to get another Jonathan Veira CD, having really enjoyed 'Life And Soul'. If chocolate had a voice, it would be Jonathan Veira - rich, dark and smooth - a big operatically-trained baritone who surprisingly can still swing and sound convincing on a gospel opus. If that wasn't enough, Jonathan composes too, and plays piano and guitar. Not many opera singers manage to achieve cross-over, but they could certainly take a lesson from Jonathan. His diction is sooooo good and there is such resonance in his voice (chocolate with built in echo). He's pretty hot on ballads too - "Only A Dream" must be a classic track. (After only two plays of the CD I could remember the song, which means it's either very annoying or very good!) I especially love the more bluesy, gospelly tracks. Note to ICC, could we have a 'Jonathan Veira Sings Gospel" CD next, please?

Style: MOR / Soft Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 18215
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: ICC ICC0890D
Items: 1
Release Date: 10 Feb 2006

More music for the soul from the operatic-voiced singer.

An inspirational album from one of the most powerful voices in Christian music. Mixing accessible modern worship with elements of jazz and blues, this is a wonderfully moving collection of new and popular worship songs, including a new arrangement of the classic hymn Take My Life And Let It Be. Musical influences include Billy Joel and Elton John.

Review by Paul Baker for Christianity Magazine

Eclectic, chocolate-voiced opera singer Jonathan Veira continues to dip in and out of the Contemporary Christian Music scene with jazz and blues influenced albums. All That Matters is his best yet. The title track is a gorgeous Elton John-esque ballad about the certainty of Jesus in a transient world. Silky trumpet from Raul D’Oliveira drips over the liquid bass and Zero 7 funk of ‘In the calm’ and ‘Love song’, the music matching the tranquility of the lyrics. The lyrical high point is the beautiful, politically tinged flag-waver ‘Only a dream’ about Christ bringing true peace in our time. This is one of the coolest albums of the year.

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A collection of faith standards sung by the popular bass baritone.

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A dozen gospel standards showcasing the voice of multi-talented opera star.

For more information about Jonathan Veira, check the Jonathan Veira Artist Profile on the main Cross Rhythms website for news stories, feature articles, interviews and much more. (Link opens in new window)
Posted by jonathan veira in Oslo at the moment at 20:48 on Feb 12 2007

well Liz I am delighted that you have enjoyed the album so much and thrilled you like my diction so much.did you ever get or listen to @rhythms of the heart@ that came between life and soul and all that matters.it was a very different album and very much more acoustic produced by Paul Field.sorry no question mark on this computer!hope everyone continues to enjoy the albums and me appearing live at all the weeks of spring harvest this year inbetween my Operatic excursions .God Bless you lot Jonny V















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