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Devotion by Sierra

Cross Rhythms Rating: 8/10
CD: Album
Tags: Pop, CD, Album, Recommended, Top Rated
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  1. 1. Hold On To Love
  2. 2. No Higher Place
  3. 3. Hope For The Hopeless
  4. 4. You Never Change
  5. 5. I Know You Know
  6. 6. I Need
  7. 7. That's When I Find You
  8. 8. I've Got The Joy
  9. 9. Safe
  10. 10. A Heart Like Yours
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Reviewed by Keith Singleton

Sierra is an all-girl trio from Tennessee, whose voices blend together in silky smooth harmonies, reminiscent of Wilson Phillips. The production is of a high standard and some of the musos credited are amongst Nashville's finest and even Phil Collins' bassist has been enlisted! Musically, the songs range from ballads such as "I Know You Know", through the Banglesque "No Higher Place" to a rockier feel on "I Need". Lyrically, all the songs are cringe-free and demonstrate acceptance of human failings and the need for a higher power in life, which seems to be a recurring theme throughout. Maybe there could have been a bit more variety theme-wise but this is my only criticism.

Style: Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 5225
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: StarSong SSD0083
Items: 1
Release Date: 1996
Posted by kimberly in texas at 00:37 on Feb 26 2008

this album is probably the best they have ever done it sux they broke up this album saved me and told me alot of things and helped me through moments of weakness i wish i had met jenifer hendrix deborah schenelle and wendi foy green. there all an inspiration to me

Posted by Don in state of Delaware at 22:22 on May 29 2010

I will never forget the first time that I heard this trio of women on ccm radio; the song from 1994 debut,"When I Let it Go". I thought, wow, they sound really great; very similar in sound to the pop trio Wilson Phillips. The first song from this cd I recall hearing was "I Know You Know".. luved it from the first time. Though the cd contains good songs, it doesn't have that same quality as the first cd. it seems the second project by most in any genre ,
misses that same mark as the debut. Still, with this release, along with 1994 debut, this trio will be part of ccm history. GOD Bless! - Don

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