The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

  The ideas and creativity seem to flow so freely that a single album concept wasn’t big enough. 

  This is an artful and compelling album, appropriate for our strange times…

  Settlemen

 Here’s a chance to hear classic Glass Hammer songs freshly recorded and infused with freshness and new energy

 It would be very hard to find another pair of musicians that can so seamlessly combine genres, and do it with such  style and technical ability as McStine and Minnemann…

Intelligent, creative and a bit spooky

A highly relevant set of new songs for the church, these are more practical than many and start to plug a huge gap in the songbook.

…an entertaining musical ‘Where’s Waldo’ of Zappa and British Invasion mash-ups, arranged for Big Band

Aimed squarely at the church market, this doesn't show all Hanna's strengths, but this is still a bunch of songs that work well.

Looking at Morse’s history, it’s a surprise it took him so long to make an album telling Paul’s story. And boy, was it worth it!

Come Home For Christmas proves that there is, after all, always room for another Christmas album

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