Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Member CD Reviews
Melanie B. (tamajinn) from WEST DEPTFORD, NJ
Reviewed on 1/19/2007...
Some really enjoyable tracks on this one... I especially liked "I Will Wait," "Bird on a Wire," and "Dreaming of April." The singer's voice is so smooth and beautiful.
Randy B. from BAKERSFIELD, CA
Reviewed on 10/4/2006...
great contempory CHRISTIAN rock.
cscheir | Dover, DE United States | 07/17/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Husband and Wife team Scott and Christine Dente are Out Of The Grey. Gravity is their fourth release. While a departure to the sound of their first album, it still rocks just as stong. If you're into meaning check out the lyrics, they are well thought out and really do mean something. They reflect their great faith in Jesus. They do not build a picture of the perfect life, but rather a life that is held in the palm of His hand and sustained by his Grace. Believe me when I tell you that this music is not "preachy." It real life experienced by people who believe in God. If your into sound, just sit back and listen to the artistry -- stong vocals and amazing, amazing guitar. "So We Never Got to Paris" is an awesome song about how life plans change when children come. You will be touched, even while you're singing along.Buy this one. It's well worth it.Grace, Mercy and Peace."
Late to the Club
David B. Thompson | Carson City, Nevada USA | 03/07/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've owned this recording for several years but never got around to writing a review. Go figure!
I learned about Scott and Christine Dente because of an article I read in Acoustic Guitar magazine. They interviewed Scott about the time that Gravity was released. So, intrigued, I went out and bought a copy of the disk.
What I found was that I had a marvelous pop recording full of decent tunes with a few stand-out tracks. Christine's voice is simply wonderful, Scott's guitars (and occasional vocals) add to the package, and the production is excellent.
The songs are all good. I listen to them all and each has a different flavor that contributes to the overall tone of the recording. I like "Bird on a Wire," "So We Never Got to Paris," and "Gravity" the best.
The lyrics are about life experience from a Christian perspective without being preachy or cloying. I appreciate the honesty of musicians who are Christian but pursue their art without beating non-Christians over the head.
If you like OOTG and don't have their back catalog, this is a decent disk to add to your collection. It is also my favorite OOTG recording, but I would be hard pressed to say exactly why."