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No Longer Strangers
John Michael Talbot & Terry Talbot
No Longer Strangers
Genre: Christian


CD Details

All Artists: John Michael Talbot & Terry Talbot
Title: No Longer Strangers
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sparrow
Release Date: 1/1/1983
Genre: Christian
Style: Pop & Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 017627107524, 017627107548

CD Reviews

Great Music, but MP3s have problems
BasicRep | Charleston SC | 10/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"No Longer Strangers is my favorite JMT album, and I have been listening to it for almost 25 years, and never tire. However, be aware of an MP3 issue. I have tried to order this album thru iTunes last year and here on Amazon Oct 07. There is a defect in the master that is used to encode into the various formats. Tracks 7 and 9 have multiple errors in them. 7 is not too bad, but 9 is pretty much unlistenable. Been working to get this fixed for over a year, but to no avail. I have notified Amazon, so maybe they can get it fixed. Otherwise, a great album."
Very Spiritual album
Marc Axelrod | Potter, Wi USA | 12/15/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"John Michael Talbot's albums often sound like mid seventies John Denver productions, except that he is a far superior songwriter, and has a Christ centered emphasis.

His brother Terry is also an accomplished musician, and this release catches the brothers together at their best. The vocal harmonies on the chorus of the title track life the song into the stratosphere, and the joyful pronouncement of "He is Risen" recalls Keith Green's "The Victor."

The achingly beautiful "We Will Rise" is a soaring song that looks ahead to the promised resurrection. "Lady Poverty" is a pretty ballad where the singer resolves to live the same sort of spartan existence that our Lord did when He walked the earth.

"Isaiah 58" is another tremendous song which recalls some of Don Francisco's jeremiads. It is a song calling us to practice our fasts and our rituals while also having an eye toward justice for others who are less fortunate.

This is inspiring, top shelf stuff from the Talbot brothers.