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Not Guilty Anymore by Aaron Keyes

Cross Rhythms Rating: 8/10
CD: Album
Tags: Rock, Worship, CD, Album, Recommended, Airplay, Top Rated
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Grace themed second release from an American worship leader.

Condition: Used - Very Good

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  1. 1. You Never Cease To Amaze Me
  2. 2. Forever Worthy
  3. 3. Pslam 62
  4. 4. Blessing And Honour
  5. 5. I Am Yours
  6. 6. Like Jesus
  7. 7. Not Guilty Anymore
  8. 8. Nothing Less Than Beautiful
  9. 9. Help Me Lord
  10. 10. Where Are You Now
  11. 11. Not What My Hands
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Reviewed by Ewan Jones

Back in 2003 this gifted American songsmith released an independent worship album 'Because', which went on to sell 10,000 copies. 'Not Guilty Anymore' is his second full length album comprising of 11 praise and worship songs with an alternative rock edge. "Never Cease To Amaze Me" opens the album and is a brilliant, Weezer-esque rocker, full of energy and imaginative production. It's a good song because you can tell that behind the production, if you stripped away the glitz it would still work as a beautiful acoustic praise song. In a sense it's a deceptive start, as only "Like Jesus" and "I Am Yours" come close to keeping that upbeat tempo. For the other eight tracks the tone is contemplative, worshipful and inspiring. Central to the album is the passionate title track, a song written after spontaneously singing "Can you hear the sound of grace?/Condemnation falling to the floor/You're not guilty anymore" during a worship event in America. It's a powerful message for individuals and for the Church and is poignant in a year where the Church has focussed on issues of freedom from all kinds of slavery. The album was recorded in Abbey Road studios and features guest appearances from various Brit worship leaders and songwriters. I was happy to note this wasn't plastered all over the cover as a selling point - Keyes' songs stand up on their own. One of the strongest tracks is a version of "Psalm 62". The timing and melodies draw to mind "In Christ Alone", so it comes as no surprise to fine it was written with Stuart Townend. It's a great song that deserves the opportunity to be sung widely in churches across the country. 'Not Guilty Anymore' is a brilliant, surprising and inspiring album, and Aaron Keyes is a name to look out for, especially as he visit's the UK in September 2007.

Style: Rock
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 25382
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Kingsway Music KMCD2806
Items: 1
Release Date: 20 Jul 2007

Grace themed second release from an American worship leader.

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Intimate live worship album from the Atlanta-based singer/songwriter.

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A reissue of a 2007 album by the American worship leader.

For more information about Aaron Keyes, check the Aaron Keyes Artist Profile on the main Cross Rhythms website for news stories, feature articles, interviews and much more. (Link opens in new window)
Posted by Stefan McLean in Renfrew, Scotland at 20:20 on Nov 27 2007

I Was at the Mission:Worship Conference and Aaron Keys was there... He Was Brilliant!! I Liked when he sang "Mighty to Save".

Very Good album as well!!

Posted by Lou in Uk at 21:42 on Apr 2 2008

Love this album exp Psalm 62 - could listen to it over and over again!

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