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What Kind of Love
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock, Christian
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Maggie Bee Does It Again
Lori Myers | Dallas | 11/30/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I always look forward to Margaret's latest approach to lyrical and musical composition with each album. She does this once again in What Kind of Love. The lyrics are certainly less intense than Falling Forward, and the style is less alternative; but, the messages are just as powerful. The album represents a more simplified Margaret. My speculation is that her varying style truly represents what she is learning on the journey. What Kind of Love is a must-have. If you are a first-time fan, I would also take a listen to Falling Forward and another one of her earlier CDs to get the full spectrum of her style and make your own judgments. You will come away renewed."
One of Margaret's best creations!
John Stem | 11/22/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have eagerly waited for every new MaggieB c.d. since her "Soul" release in 1993. "Soul" continues to be my favorite album by Margaret, and I would have been content to purchase succeeding albums that were stylistically similiar. Margaret, though, is a consummate artist. She creates from within herself, and her musical style changes with her lyrical content. "What Kind of Love" is not like her previous albums, although it is obviously a product of her artistic growth and years of experience in this industry. Listeners will not find soulful, heartfelt "ballads" on this album, such as "Say the Name" or "All That I Am" from 1993. While I hope she will find places on her future albums for ballads, because that is where she really stretches her vocal muscles, I have no complaint about "What Kind of Love." It's message of hope is carried throughout by mostly moderate--some upbeat--smooth pop songs, excellently produced by one of CCM's most contemporary producers, Tedd T (Rebecca St. James), and Margaret's voice is just as passionate as ever. This album should also appeal to listeners of mostly mainstream music. With "What Kind of Love," Margaret has guaranteed herself a music career for as long as she wants to continue it into the 21st century!"
The Only Kind of Love to Have
J. L. Wells | Kentucky | 02/02/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When I think that Margaret Becker could not possibly express her love for Jesus Christ more passionately and lovingly than she already has in her previous albums, she does just that. I am continually amazed at how Ms. Becker puts her finger right on the pulse of a passionate relationship with Jesus Christ. She holds nothing back, and in so doing, reminds every listener that Jesus Christ longs to share such a deep and richly intimate romance with all believers.When Margaret asks "What Kind of Love?" on this album, I dare to venture that it is precisely the kind of love she has and displays for Jesus that brings Him the greatest satisfaction. I not only admire this woman's music but her profoundly moving relationship with Jesus Christ as is evident in her lyrical compositions and how she conducts herself on and off the stage.To Margaret: I am "out here with you" and I "know what you are talking about." I raise my hands, and I commit to giving "hope in a hopeless world." Thanks for spreading hope to all believers and non-believers with your music and witness. You are a true inspiration. Thanks for growing everyday and sharing that growth along the way."