Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Found a Place
Genres: Pop, Christian
There is a discernible spiritual energy present when voices are lifted up in praise to God. Even though FFH's sophomore major-label release is not billed as a praise and worship album, this energy is present on every track... more »
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There is a discernible spiritual energy present when voices are lifted up in praise to God. Even though FFH's sophomore major-label release is not billed as a praise and worship album, this energy is present on every track. The group's lead singer and principle songwriter, Jeromy Deibler, crafts his songs as expressions to God. An earnest conversational tone forms the prayer, praise, and petition that distinguish this album as a musical interaction with the Savior. Originally an a cappella group, there is no mystery about why the spirited blending of four voices decorate every song. With tenderness and exuberance, these accomplished vocalists carry the focus of the album. But by no means can the music be overlooked. Groovy acoustic guitar work layered over an immaculate drum production enlivens the project as it alternates between upbeat and gentle moods. FFH is said to have a sound that crosses generational boundaries. Finally, music that impels parent and child alike to shout "Turn it up!" --Israel Button
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Lynda S. from ASHEVILLE, NC
Reviewed on 7/3/2010...
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FFH has certainly "Found a Place".....
Ronda | Columbia, MO | 09/28/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Anxiously awaiting this follow-up CD and thinking it couldn't possibly compare to their first effort, I was very pleasantly surprised to find it at least just as good, if not a tinge better, than I Want to Be Like You. Once again, the band shares in the songwriting, and the words expressed are full of praise and worship to our Almighty God. The harmonies are awesome, whether it be a slow song or a faster and lively one. Among favorites are "Lord Move, or Move Me", a moving (no pun intended!!!) song about totally trusting God and laying ourselves aside, as well as His faithfulness. One of the "fun" songs, "Daniel", talks about the Old Testament heroes such as Daniel in the lion's den and Moses parting the seas and tells us we can do anything (with God's help, of course!!!). If you ever get a chance to see FFH in concert, they WON'T disappoint. They did a lengthy and wonderful praise and worship segment, beginning with a really neat version of "I'll Fly Away". I'm looking forward to the next concert coming up and hope they repeat that segment. If you have a hard day or just plain want to worship, put the CD on, lay back, close your eyes, and I dare you to think about something other than God!!!"
If You Liked the First Album, You Will Love This One!
Michael Fisher | San Diego, CA | 03/18/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"FFH has produced one of the best Christian albums in my collection with its new album Found a Place. This album comes out of the gate strong with "When I Praise" and it certainly does not lose its stride. In fact, it gets better and better! The title track has a wonderful blend of guitar and vocals. "Found a Place" is a great example of FFH's vocal ability and harmonies that are extremely good throughout their sophomore release. I liked their first album, I Want to Be Like You, but all eleven songs on the newest release are strong. One of the most pleasant surprises for me was Jennifer Deibler. She sings three songs and they are a considerable improvement from her effort on the last album. FFH has stuck to lyrics that are simple yet inspirational, while not leaving you wondering what they are singing about. Many songs in this album could be used as great praise and worship songs. Songs such as "Daniel", "Because of Who You Are", and "Be My Glory" are great examples of this praise and worship component. One of the most compelling choruses on this album can be found in the title of the song "I'm Not Afraid to Love You." Trusting God and not being afraid to step out and surrender our lives to Him. Their quest to be more like Jesus is quite clear in this album. This album contains a good mix of upbeat praise songs to quiet prayers like "Every Now and Then" which has a wonderful mix of acoustic guitar, violin, and congas. FFH certainly did not change their signature sound. They refined it and made it even better with Found a Place. This CD is a must have and I promise you will be touched and inspired by it!"