Steven Curtis Chapman All Things New

All Things New
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CD Details

  • Released: September 21, 2004
  • Label: Sparrow

Tracks:

  • 1.All Things New
  • 2.Much of You
  • 3.Only Getting Started
  • 4.Last Day on Earth
  • 5.What Now
  • 6.Please Only You
  • 7.Coming Attraction
  • 8.Big Story
  • 9.Believe Me Now
  • 10.Angels Wish
  • 11.I Believe in You
  • 12.Treasure of Jesus

Product Description:

Personnel: Steven Curtis Chapman (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 12-string guitar, dobro, mandolin, background vocals); Pierre Haxaire (spoken vocals); Jonny Lang (guitar); George Cocchini, Lyle Workman (electric guitar); Bob Becker (viola); Larry Corbett, Dan Smith (cello); Patrick Warren (piano, chamberlin, keyboards); Reggie Hamilton (bass instrument); Chris Chaney (bass guitar); Matt Chamberlain (drums); Dan Needham (programming); Mac Powell (background vocals); Ric Robbins.
Steven Curtis Chapman is often hailed as one of the most important figures in Christian music, and for good reason. In the 1970s and early '80s, CCM was often said to be lacking in qualities appealing to young people. During the '90s, Chapman was largely responsible for injecting the style with a hip, contemporary sound that, in the process, made it acceptable to many secular listeners. Though Chapman is always pushing the envelope, ALL THINGS NEW marks a distinct departure.
Rather than record in Nashville with his usual stable of musicians, the Kentucky-born singer/songwriter decided to work in Los Angeles. The results are immediately apparent; among the contributors are hard-hitting session drummer Matt Chamberlain and Jane's Addiction bassist Chris Chaney, both of whom lend the album a feel that is considerably more aggressive than that of Chapman's previous work. In addition, the vocalist reportedly composed many songs on piano instead of guitar, which explains the occasional echoes of Elton John and Billy Joel. Not many artists can claim to continue progressing after releasing more than a dozen records, but with ALL THINGS NEW, Steven Curtis Chapman proves that he remains at the forefront of his genre.

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  • UPC: 724357689700
  • Shipping Weight: 0.20/lbs (approx)
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