The Phantom Tollbooth
Music and more from a Christian perspective
Slow down, and have your change ready
This review allows writer Jamie Lee Rake to explain the origins of his interest in R&B/R&P and how too often it ends up in spiritual fast food nation territory.
A PG rhyme slinger gives Jamie Lee Rake just the the occasion he needs to riff on the state of performing-rappers-who-are-Christian with a word flood of his own.
Not a show-boater, but certainly a masterful guitar player, Dweezil at center-stage is like the eye of the musical storm yet at the same time, the orchestrator of that storm…
Kansas and Edgar Winter bring vintage sounds to Westbury, NY in a show filled with everything from pop to blues to prog.....
SHEL in concert features four women who are master instrumentalists performing songs both whimsical and thoughtful, often pointing lyrically to a world of imagination and hopefulness.
Themes of love and loss permeate Young in All the Wrong Ways
This gorgeously layered blend of African and Celtic music has so much drive and texture that you may want to play it for weeks on end. This is (finally) the first contender for my major musical releases of the year.
A circle that takes others in
More reasons than I realized as to why I like a seemingly insignificant Old Testament book