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Journey Of Hope by Sarah de Jong

Cross Rhythms Rating: 8/10
CD: Album
Tags: CD, Album, Independent, MOR / Soft Pop, Top Rated
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Debut album from a London-based worship songwriter.

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  1. 1. We Come
  2. 2. The Vastness Of You
  3. 3. Take Me Deeper
  4. 4. Psalm 91
  5. 5. God Makes Everything Beautiful
  6. 6. Journey Of Hope
  7. 7. Kingdom Come
  8. 8. Comfortable
  9. 9. Teach Me
  10. 10. Nothing Compares
  11. 11. Once And For All
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Reviewed by Paddy Hudspith

Sarah currently works as worship minister at St Gabriel's, Cricklewood, London and offers this debut 11-track album which was produced by the renowned Dan and Matt Weeks. Sonically, it stands out from the pack, fusing as it does choral and electronic influences with a contemporary folk-pop direction - "Kingdom Come" and "Comfortable" for fine examples of this melting pot mentality. The songs are quite good too, a definite fondness for the Psalms showing itself indirectly (the yearning of the title track, the awe and wonder - "Your signature is written in each detail of creation/Every cell unique, every atom, every season" - in "The Vastness Of You") as well as in a direct adaptation of Psalm 91. In the liner notes Sarah thanks Dan and Matt for taking a risk on her. In a worship music scene that needs to avoid becoming repetitive and stagnant, albums like 'Journey of Hope' are most welcome.

Style: MOR / Soft Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 124142
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Independent
Items: 1
Release Date: 2012

Debut album from a London-based worship songwriter.

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