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Remember This - Out of the Grey Collection 1991-98
Out of the Grey
Remember This - Out of the Grey Collection 1991-98
Genres: Pop, Rock, Christian
 
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All Artists: Out of the Grey
Title: Remember This - Out of the Grey Collection 1991-98
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sparrow
Original Release Date: 11/17/1998
Release Date: 11/17/1998
Genres: Pop, Rock, Christian
Styles: Adult Contemporary, Pop & Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724385168420

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Jeane C. from ORLANDO, FL
Reviewed on 2/15/2016...
I like this group and this is a good CD but I really wanted it for just one song, I can now listen to it over and over again. Thanks.
HELEN T. (A-PLUS-SWAP-99) from SHARON, MA
Reviewed on 10/19/2006...
LIKE NEW CD.
LIMITED EDITION. LIVE 12.06.2000
RECORDED LIVE AT "THE FACTORY" - FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE

WISHES
ALL WE NEED
THE DEEP
HE IS NOT SILENT
REMEMBER THIS

CHRISTINE DENTE: VOCALS
SCOTT DENTE: GUITAR, VOCALS
CHRIS DONOHUE: BASS
KEN LEWIS: DRUMS, PERCUSSION

CD Reviews

Buy This One First
Leo Lauffer | Keizer, OR United States | 11/22/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you're not familiar with "Out of the Grey," this should be the album you buy first. It contains a great selection of the best tunes from their first five albums.Scott and Christine Dente, the husband and wife team headlining the group, have produced a great body of work over the years. I would characterize it as soft rock with subtle, uplifting themes. Christine, the lead singer, has an amazingly pleasant and delicate voice that exudes a unique blend of both confidence and vulnerability. Scott is a master of the guitar and contributes great background and occasional solos. He also adds brief vocals in many of the songs.If you buy this album and want to hear more, my recommendations would be, in this order: (1) Diamond Days (1994), (2) The Shape of Grace (1992), and (3) Gravity (1995). Virtually every song on these albums is both memorable and uplifting. Their original ablum, Out of the Grey (1991), and their fifth ablum, (See Inside) (1997), I found less appealing and would recommend only for collectors of their work."
Remembering Out Of The Grey
Joel Caballero | Arlington, Texas USA | 04/13/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

""Remember This-The Out Of The Grey Collection" is a collection of Scott & Christine Dente's best songs from their first five releases. From the title song of their self-titled debut in 1991 to their remix version of "Wishes" in 1998, every song is like a story the Dentes are telling. The best songs on this collection includes the orginal 1991 "Wishes," which ends the album, plus "You're The One I've Been Waiting For," "If I Know You," "He Is Not Silent," "Nothing's Gonna Keep Me From You," and "All We Need." A majority of their album is from material from "Diamond Days" in 1994 and "Out Of The Grey" in 1991. "We May Never Get To Paris," from their '95 release "Gravity," is the only lone track to make it on this collection. It's a great song that you would hear at a cafe in Paris (if I were there, that is.) "When Love Comes To Life" and "Stay Close" (both from "Gravity") should have been added to the album. "Disappear" and "Not A Chance" are the two stand-out cuts from their last studio album, 1997's "See Inside." Two new songs are in the mix: "Walk By Faith" is a song that you would sing-a-long in the chorus to remember that "not by might, not by power, but by my Spirit." And "This Is What It Is" is another new cut about the steadfastness of God's love and forgiveness. An instrumental called "Way Late" is masterfully done by Scott Dente on guitar sounds like he and another guitar great Phil Keaggy should do more jam sessions. "Way Late" was recorded during the "Diamond Days" sessions but was never released. Portions of the track was heard at the end of a song called "Eyes Wide Open" and at the end of "Love Like Breathing." It's a great "best of" album of remembrances and memories of their songs when we heard them the first time around. Christine's vocals and Scott's guitar playing, as always, shine on and may God bless them for their efforts and continue on in their music."