Info: Your browser does not accept cookies. If you want to put products into your cart and purchase them you need to enable cookies.

Used CDs arrow Anderson, Michael

Anderson, Michael
Anderson, Michael | Forefront

Love is the Hard Part (1996)

Price: $6.00


Price Currently Paid for this CD: $1.50

His debut album 'Saints And Sinners' was very good but it was his brilliant rendition of Larry Norman's 'Shot Down' (originally for the 'One Way' compilation and track four here) which announced to the CCM world that Michael Anderson was something special. His voice is a gritty, gutsy, world weary growl while the arrangements are meaty, full of shattering power chords, searing swirls of guitar and funky bottom. His lyrics bite deep into their subject too. Here, he is eschewing the shallow sloganeering of some of his Nashville contemporaries. Songs of faith and redemption ('In this world of compromise, Most people slowly die'), soul overcoming fear ('There's a candle in the window/There's a flame that burns for you/Though you're walking in the darkness/There's a light to see you through.') and a compelling piece of improvised atmosphere, 'The Post Moderne Soul Antenna' vie for attention. My current faves are 'Soul Man Myself' with its affectionate tribute to old Motown grooves, the blistering opener 'Love Is The Hard Part' and a song 'for poets, artists, musicians, revolutionaries, missionaries and other dreamers', 'Revival'. A thrilling album by a fine new rock songwriter/musician. - Tony Cummings
Availability

In Stock: 1



 

 

 

 


 

Elder
Elder


Lang, Rich
Lang, Rich


Maranatha! Music
Maranatha! Music


Precious Death
Precious Death


Audio Adrenaline
Audio Adrenaline


Uthanda
Uthanda


Imagine This
Imagine This


Kellogg, Lisa
Kellogg, Lisa


ApologetiX
ApologetiX


Jernigan, Dennis
Jernigan, Dennis


Taff, Russ
Taff, Russ


This Hope
This Hope


Building 429
Building 429


Miss Angie
Miss Angie


Dear Lord
Dear Lord


New CDs Used CDs Latest CDs Closeout


Advanced Search
Show Cart
Your Cart is currently empty.