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Trust by Denny Correll

Cross Rhythms Rating: 6/10
CD: Album
Tags: Pop, CD, Album
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  1. 1. Hiding Place
  2. 2. You Mean Everything
  3. 3. Count On His Love
  4. 4. Holding On
  5. 5. Here Comes The Light
  6. 6. You Keep Running
  7. 7. Trust
  8. 8. He Took Hold
  9. 9. Sing And Shout
  10. 10. Gentle Is His Hand
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Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Denny was cutting excellent blue-eyed soul gospel long before it was a voguish thing to do and his disappearance from America's CCM scene has long been regretted by this reviewer. So his return here is most welcomed particularly as it shows the wrinkly has lost none of his chops, that rich, gravelly voice still able to produce instant goosebumps. What stops the album running off with a five star accolade is the material. All self-penned, it suffers from melodic dullness and lyrics which, considering the man has presumably got much new spiritual insight after his retirement, teetering dangerously close to the simplistic. Best song by far is the African-style title track but though producer Larry Brown does a sterling job with the pop-rock arrangements, dull songs are dull songs. So not quite the album to blow all the cobwebs away. Still, if you're looking for a voice to demonstrate Christendom had its own Michael Bolton years back, check out this particular gravelly larynx.

Style: Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 7692
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Maranatha CD08808
Items: 1
Release Date: 1991
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Posted by Carol Turner in Costa Mesa, CA at 23:01 on Aug 7 2006

"Hiding Place", the first song on the Trust album is one of the best songs Denny ever performed. Seek it out. It's worth the effort.

Posted by John J Podmolik in Czech Republic (the Mission) at 00:58 on Jan 26 2008

I first heard Denny's Hiding Place on a sampler tape in 1993, and loved it. But in 1994 I bought his TRUST CD and the song "Jesus, you mean everything to me!" hit me personally - it was my case word for word!
I met the Lord Jesus and was born again in March 1992 in Sydney, Australia - that was a long way for a banned blues singer and blues harp player (& graphic artist) in the then Czechoslovakia, which I escaped from in 1981.
The Lord sent me on the mission to Czech Republic in 1996 and to complete the Literal Translation of the New Covenant into Czech. I had Denny's Trust CD with me, but it was stolen from me in 2002, and ever since I am trying to get hold of another copy. Can anybody help me, PLEASE???
God bless you
John J

Posted by John Kladstrup in Illinois at 23:14 on Jul 7 2008

The first time I ever heard Denny Correll was back in the mid 90's. I lived in South Dakota and we were traveling out to the Black Hills for a long weekend. While on I-90, I was listening to a christian radio station out of Spearfish. A song came on that grabbed my attention. I turned it up, and as soon as it was over, I called the station to find out the song's name and artist. It was "Count On His Love" from his Trust album. As soon as I got back to Sioux Falls, I bought the tape, and later bought the cd. I still listen to the album from time to time.
I was sad to hear that he passed away.

Posted by Calvin A. in DFW, Tx at 21:29 on Jul 29 2008

I listen to KDKR in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. I like it because there is lots of teaching via the Calvary Chapel churches. One particular show is called Love Never Fails. They use Denny Correll's "You Keep Running" as the intro and outro. It grabbed me and got me tapping my toes. I enjoy his voice very much. I am looking for the album to purchase.

Posted by Al in NY at 15:53 on Feb 6 2009

Denny Correll - Trust: Reviewed by Tony Cummings has me wondering if Tony has trouble hearing, assimilating sounds, or has a narrow minded particular style of music that he prefers to think this was dull and not melodic, because Denny's "Trust" Album is just another Super Album Masterpiece by one of The Greatest of American Composers, Producers, Singers, Keyboardists, and Artits of All Time. Every one of Denny Correll's Albums are Masterpieces, which everyone should listen to.

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