The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

…many prog bands are proficient at creating songs that sound like riffs in search of a melody, but these stand out as strongly-composed songs, performed well and sung with style and power.

Arena-sized anthems from an Atlanta-based ministry

Delighting in surprising turns reminiscent of her friend Rich Mullins.

Duo translates the many colors of hymns into rural magic.

This is a fitting tribute from one artist to another, of kindred spirits, often superior to the many other tributes of Mullins’ songs.

Here is more of exactly what we love about this band – beautiful harmonies and tunes that make you tingle.

As David Dark would say, “There are so many ways to love God.” Wouldn’t You Love to Know? is one of them.

It is more so in the ear of the beholder, so to speak, than most music.

This is what happens when one of the biggest-selling artists in Christian music reworks the genre’s first landmark album. Larry would love it.

A promising introduction to Lamont’s work and style.

This is another impressive set of songs, created with care, that grow richer with time as the character of each songs reveals itself. What do you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?

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